Saturday, February 16, 2013

Some Points About Chain Mail (and lots of other D&D relevant videos)

A hat tip to +Claytonian JP for bringing this series of videos to my attention. My wife is now absorbing through audio osmosis interesting facts about torches, bows, cloaks (she wants one now), bullets and chain mail armor. Me? I'm getting some ideas to add to my games.

This series of videos is many layers of awesome!

I'm now a subscriber ;)


  1. Ahhh... another Lindybeige fan!! I've been watching his videos for about a year now. He's really a lot of fun, and lots of useful info to boot.

  2. That's a great series of videos. Thanks for sharing! And cloaks, yes, they seem to be awesome.

  3. Well, that was a fun bunch of videos. I particularly liked the one on battle axes, and the one on historical film consultants. He was a bit too harsh on Holmes D&D and AD&D though.

  4. I've been watching that guy for awhile now. Still don't buy his underhand spear argument.

  5. Very interesting. I have been absorbing as much real, historical information on arms and armor for some years now for my game and fiction writing -- this is a great resource!

  6. His katana video is great - "...they're sharpened iron bars for hitting people with, get used to it..."

  7. I'm so glad you posted this... except now I think I'm going to spend the morning watching them all!


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