Medieval Weapons

Try to name all of the weapons in the time limit.
Quiz by jsteelo
Last updated: November 15, 2012
First submittedNovember 15, 2012
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A long heavy and deadly weapon
Broad Sword
Spiked ball with chain
Morning sun
Lightweight long range weapon
Hold the ammunition for the above answer
Short back up weapon
A more acurate type of bow
A type of protection worn on the left arm
Metal protection worn over the heart
Breast plate
A garmet knitted out of meatal
Chain Mail
Long pole with two blades on the end
Battle axe
Rock throwing device
Long pole with a sharp end
Head protection
Pole with heavy, spikey weight on the end
Sword holder
Level 14
Nov 15, 2012
nice quiz steel :)
Level 14
Nov 22, 2012
Metal not meatal
Level 71
Nov 25, 2012
Shield, not sheild. It would also be helpful if you allowed battle ax, which is an alternative spelling.
Level 32
Jun 25, 2014
i think morning star or flail should be accepted for morning sun
Level 58
Jun 20, 2018
Halberd is a long weapon with a blade on each side. You don't accept just "bow" Shield is misspelled Morning star
Level 17
Nov 4, 2019
Morning sun is not actually a weapon whereas morning star is. A flail is the correct answer for this question. Distinguish the weapons in this group by following this rule: Where mace may or may not have flanges or knobs, it does not have spikes. A morning star always has a spiked head, and most particularly, has a spike extending straight up from the top of the head. A flail may have spikes, but of course is differentiated from the morning star by the head not being affixed to the shaft