Medieval swords ranged in length, but when Strongblade refers to a medieval sword, we are usually referring to a blade that is
less than 38 inches or what was generally referred to as an "Arming Sword" or a knights secondary sword. These swords
were almost always worn by the knight except in combat (when the knight would usually bring a larger battle sword). Swords of
longer length from that time period are sometimes referred to as "Infantry Swords", "Battle Swords", "Hand-and-a-Half Swords"
or "Two-Handed Swords" depending on the style and who was wielding them.
Medieval swords almost always have pommels (often using a variation of the standard.....read more