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  • Snakeeater49910
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    I am tired of swinging around those pathetic excuses Ubisoft calls swords. Those pigstickers are more like shortswords or a long dagger. Bring Back The Longswords. I would like to see the Viking sword and dagger Shay Cormac used 18 centuries later During the French And Indian War. Also Crossbows added to the game. And maybe some 11th Century Templar Weapons and Armor. And more Holy Roman Stuff and The map increased to Ancient Manchester England and surrounding villages too all the way up to Hadrian's wall.
    Actually the Map should be the whole Ancient Britain and surrounding countries. Wales, Scotland and Ireland. Maybe also addca few Braveheart references and easter eggs and a few Monty Python Holy Grail references and Easter Eggs too. Also seaxes are not axes but swords. Very confusing and misleading. Also add some medieval Boarding axes like the long Danish Goosenecked Boarding Axe which were used tcut ropes and masts to disable the ships. And there was somthing called a Baldric Hook which was kind of like a leather bandolier to fasten the weapon to. It was a strap of fabric or leather that was worn across the shoulder. The seax or sax was basically a knife or dagger like the cinquedeos used by Roman Soldiers.

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