So, a hoopak with an extra attachment.
Still, I think I'd like this guy in my campaign.
Dude plays WFRP. I'm sure I can deflect argument with my adventures if I throw a few green soccer hooligans his way and base every economy on radioactive congealed magic that fell from the sky.
OZ, we all care about you and want what's best for you. That's why it's time for you to look at yourself and understand that, you have a problem.
I just realized that his collar is popped under that sweater. Like some kind of Cambridge fratboy.
i've been trying to figure out if he's popping his collar or if he's wearing some sort of weird, possibly historic shirt.
He might actually BE a Cambridge fratboy. He seems to be an archaeologist by day. I can't find much about his professional life, either on his YT channel or over at his official website, but buried under the weapon reviews/ historical re-enactments/ fire-juggling/ D&D/ tax rants are some tantalizing glimpses into how he actually supports himself, which I suspect involves equal parts academics and ye ole armor smithing.
Oh, found something. He's a research associate at the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, so, yeah, Cambridge fratboy basically.
I get this guy. I made a really sweet giant yo-yo weapon with two three-bladed boomerangs in biplane formation that worked exactly as well as you might hope it to in your wildest dreams.
Imagine what would happen if someone sent him a crapload of anime with medieval fantasy weaponry throughout. He'd post hundreds of videos about why half of them wouldn't work and how the other half could be improved.
A batleth might actually give this person a stroke.
He does seem to be completely ignorant of the famous media trope, "The Rule of Cool."
Would a sword tend to get caught on helmet decorations like horns? Yes. Does that mean a movie with horned-helms on a bunch of dudes taking on a wizard army isn't fun to watch? Only if you're like this guy, apparently.
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