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    A caution warning about lethality: it's a bitch to balance. I would say use lethality to differentiate weapon type like projectiles versus good weapons versus simple peasant weapons, don't use it for slashing/piercing/blunt. Also, the type of skeleton you use will also determine "lethality" as some skeletons attack faster than others. The fastest is fs_2handed, then fs_swordsman, then fs_dagger, then fs_spearman. So use lethality if you don't want, say, a simple dagger-wielding peasants pwning a spearmen unit (assuming their attack and armor are close).

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    I've started work on a scimitar model (it's not finished so it'll be a bit chunky) and I'm wondering if it's accurate enough or if I should scrap it in favor of a mre historical design


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    that one looks like Parang from borneo. I don't know about their usage in our mod. better keep it. just in case that used.

    btw, you did fine modelling!

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    thanks :)

    can someone post an accurate image of the kind of scimitar that the mod will need?

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    Default Re: Weaponary of Nusantara

    Melayu Scimitar (kelewang)


    Indo-Malayan All Purpose Big Knive (actually closer to shortsword) (Golok)


    Keris


    Oh yeah, we could use your weaponary before, the Jungle tribes in Sumateran central lands used them too, maybe they are useful for "Anak Dalam Mercenary / Prajurit Suku Hutan"
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    man those weapons look lethal can't wait to make them

    by the way I made a new halberd model (incomplete), is it accurate?


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    Default Re: Weaponary of Nusantara

    that was quite accurate for melayu-arabic style halberds

    what plutoboyz upload is Pajajaran weaponary
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    These are shield from Army Museum in Port Dickson.....

    Metal shield with the name of Allah and Arabic script on it.


    The sentences are:
    a) Tawakkaltu 'alallah (Trust in Allah)
    b) Innallaha yukhlifu (raihan)?
    c) Innallaha 'ala kulli ????

    I cannot read (b) and (c) very well. Can you all read (hmm, Sonic, Plutoboyz, Gamegeek) ? It can be our MOD quotes....


    Rattan shield with metal (bronze? copper?) plate at center

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    that was brass metal center, brass is the most common alloy found here...
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    Default Re: Weaponary of Nusantara

    Quote Originally Posted by Cute Wolf View Post
    that was quite accurate for melayu-arabic style halberds

    what plutoboyz upload is Pajajaran weaponary
    well, I have a pajajaran toy model that I bought from Yogya
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gaius Septimus Severus View Post
    well, I have a pajajaran toy model that I bought from Yogya
    a photo might help

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    The result of my visit to Port Dickson:

    This is big Portuguese cannon displayed outside Kota Lukut Museum, found in Port Dickson coastal water in 1993....

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    Portuguese coat-of-arm:
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    BTW, Portuguese standard looks weird with the silver ring. May be it should be smth like this?

    Quote Originally Posted by plutoboyz View Post
    it used from 1495 to 1578
    Well, this is Portuguese Coat of Arm engraved on the cannon:

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    Today, I visited Matang Museum (formerly as Ngah Ibrahim's Fort)..

    1) These are the shield that displayed in the museum:

    a) Rattan shield enforced with brass plates at center and corners
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    b) Smaller brass shield, as being used by soldier in pic:
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    c) Brass shield with crescent and star at the center
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    d) Shield with Jawi script
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    it said:

    "Pahlawan Melayu mempertahankan tanah air yang dikasihi" (Malay warriors defending the beloved homeland") [at corner]

    and:

    "Selamat Berjuang" (Keep fighting) [at center]

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