• Plate armor was actually kind of light, it
wasn't supposed to be that thick
Plate armor:
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    • This app has never, will never, and never was supposed, to be good. Stay and suffer or shut the fuck up
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    • This app dead as fuck. Remember when there was a meme academy, or when they had meme wars?
      no_simpe 1 aug
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    • Im pretty sure it was supposed to be thick enought to block sword blows
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    • Ironically chain armor can sometimes be heavier than plate armor which covers the same area
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    • Knight: *bends over to grab lance* [Opponent:
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    • Deus Vult
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    • I wouldn’t be able to duel a nigga with all that cake 😭
      HiLowBye 2 aug
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    • This light plate armor better stop playing.
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    • Plate armor, like the legit stuff you see in mideaval museums weighed between 80 and 100 lbs and usually was worn by calvary. The armor worn by ground combatants was partial plate and weighed 60-70 lbs. This armor was supplemented with chain bc the plate didnt cover everything
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    • What's the point of plate armor if I can puncture it then?
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    • I bet a rocket chainsaw could get through it
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    • It is thin but its really heavy all pit together. It feels lighter than it is because the weight is distributed all over your body. That said you have almost full range of motion but you do get tired pretty quickly.
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    • Most medieval weapons and armor were lighter than people think. RPGs and TV has given people a lot of false information
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    • I’m not pansexual....BUT
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    • I guess they really did have buns of steel back then
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    • Im about to clap warmonger cheeks
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    • Took me a min to realize what I was looking at
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    • I miss when will Farrell was king
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    • What happened to the “hey uncle” guy? Or meme academy? Or meme wars?
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    • This can be considered a British moment, as armor has been used in British history.
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    • Sir thiccalot
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    • Chain male was the heavy one
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    • Nothing can protect you from from a mace
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    • For the most part, plate armor maxes out around 55 pounds, and the weight is well distributed across the body. Steel doesn’t need to be that thick to stop swords and arrows.
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    • I prefer steel mesh and scales
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    • Is this ass armor?
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    • Hmmmm, ass armor? That's a first probably rare example though
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    • I wish to clap thine cheeks
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    • Trash
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    • Thicc*
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    • Lancelot boutta make me act up
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    • That's not thick that's just how thick our man was
      Enemies 1 aug
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    • Damn man I’m sick of seeing just straight up porn on this app
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    • Dost thou beist out this day twice over servings of posterior, being after midday on the Lord's Thursday
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    • Steel cake
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    • Plate armor typically weighed up to 200 pounds. It was NOT light. In fact, training knights often trained with a friend riding piggy back on them to get used to moving in the weight of the armor
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    • Step armor whatre you doing
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    • look up Henry VIII's bulge armor
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    • Europeans rocked the era of plate armor and swords as they were almost constantly at war with each other so they were able to master the craft of war, it's a shame none of that carried to this day but oh well.
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    • The armussy got me actin up
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    • not phat enough
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    • Dump truck
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    • I think that was worn by king Henry the 8th
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    • THE IRON BUTT
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    • Only about 60 lbs for a full suit of plate. Over your whole body mind you. And chainmail could be about 20-30 lbs.
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    • I mean, yeah you could move surprisingly well in it but I deff wouldn’t say light. That shit has my whole body aching at the end of the day every time I’ve had to wear it.
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    • There was an English king who purposely put a large bulge in his armors crotch
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    • That's flat though
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    • Plate armor is light and well made enough for an able bodied man to be able to do basically everything in it as he could out of it
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    • Despite popular belief plate mail very rarely restricted movement where people can actually role and move with very little restriction especially because the weight is distributed over the entire body
      redheavy 3 aug
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    • Man when im stoned this app always makes me laugh my ass off
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    • Don't forget your Ass Plate!
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    • So who’s gonna fuck the armour
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    • They’re wrong actually. Plate armor was dummy thick
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    • bigcat21
      hear me out...
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    • If armored girls make ur pp big play warframe you’ll thank me later!
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    • Jeanne D'arc's booty plate
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    • chussy
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    • Psst look up cod piece and yes they’re real
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    • God DAMN
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    • MacauliflowerCulkin
      content not available more
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    • Plate armor certainly is not "light" especially if you wear chain underneath but it might be lightER than people expected
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    • Hella thicc
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    • Kiss my shiny metal ass
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    • Not my proudest fap.
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    • It was that paladin dumpy that filled it up :)
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    • Damn, he got a nice ass.
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    • Dat ass
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    • If I saw a girl wearing this, I'd ask her if I could slap it with a spoon to make a clank sound. Then I'd ask her out.
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    • They said it wasn’t supposed to be thick, but they didn’t say shit about it being THICC
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    • Them metal cheeks
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    • I mean
      Noah4675 3 aug
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    • Thick ass Knight
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    • Had to crusade in style
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    • Plate armor was meant to deflect glancing blows not stabs or direct swings
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    • Plate armor got that dumpy
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    • Sir Regenold had a phat ass
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    • that isn’t thick
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    • “I like ya butt G” *indescribably loud clang of the flat a sword hitting metal*
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    • Daamn boi you thick!
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    • Braaap
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    • Spanking that would hurt like nobody's business.
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    • Thicc*
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    • im sorry, is that supposed to be thick? looking pretty flat to me
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    • That isn't that thick
      mcnuggz 2 aug
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    • The armor of Lord Cheeks of Clappington Manor
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