• Swords And Knive
  • 1 min

By Crusader1307

The "Flame Blade" sword was a unique and unusual weapon of the Middle Ages. The blade could fit into the Longsword or Straight sword classification (in terms of different lengths). It's uniqueness lies in the wavy, cut pattern of the blade. The wavy pattern gave the blade then appearance of being on fire or aflame. While more decorative than one would image for the typical medieval blade, they could cut through a Halberd Staff or cause slightly more damage to chain mail (due the uneven cutting blade pattern). This weapons was seen in the 15th/16th Centuries, and was popular among German Landsknecht Class of Warrior.