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Linik Carate Battle Plan
Linik Carate Battle Plan
Linik Carate Battle Plan
Linik Carate Battle Plan
Linik Carate Battle Plan
Linik Carate Battle Plan
Linik Carate Battle Plan
Linik Carate Battle Plan
Linik Carate Battle Plan
Linik Carate Battle Plan
Linik Carate Battle Plan
Linik Carate Battle Plan
Linik Carate Battle Plan
Linik Carate Battle Plan
Linik Carate Battle Plan
Linik Carate Battle Plan
Linik Carate Battle Plan
Linik Carate Battle Plan
Linik Carate Battle Plan
Linik Carate Battle Plan
Linik Carate Battle Plan
Linik Carate Battle Plan
Linik Carate Battle Plan
Linik Carate Battle Plan
Linik Carate Battle Plan
Linik Carate Battle Plan
Linik Carate Battle Plan
Linik Carate Battle Plan
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  • 1. Lin’ik-Carate Battle Plan
    Ellen, Lord of Lin’ik-Carate
    Sir Tilly of Lin’ik-Carate
    Clare, wife of Leo the Clerk
    Adele, wife of Alan the Walker
  • 2. Population = 75,000 men
  • 3. Weapons
  • 4. Corseque
    • Three bladed, winged spear
  • Arming Sword (knight’s sword)
    • Typically used with armor and shield
    • 5. Standard military sword
    • 6. “war sword”
  • Broadsword
    • Heavy and straight blade
    • 7. Meant for harsh cutting (in battles; not food)
    • 8. Used to attack and defend
  • Club
    • Simple but a very heavy and helpful weapon
    • 9. Made with wood
    • 10. Produces a painful and powerful hit
  • Battle Axe
    • Many different sizes
    • 11. Mostly used by knights
    • 12. Made with steel
  • Flail
    • Often used by peasants
    • 13. You to whip around and strike defender or attacker behind armor
    • 14. Studs or spikes at the end of the chain
  • Mace
    • A more powerful blow (bigger) than a club
    • 15. Damages armor very easily
    • 16. Made of many materials from copper to steel
  • Glaive
    • sharp blade
    • 17. Similar to kitchen knife
  • Halberd
    • Two headed pole weapon
    • 18. Axe blade with long shaft
    • 19. Hook on back side
  • Bill
    • Similar but duller than halberd
    • 20. Different types of blades
    • 21. Very powerful
  • War Hammers
    • Hammer head on one side and spike on the other
    • 22. Easily punctures armor
    • 23. Creates many injuries
  • Cannons
    • Barrel and handle
    • 24. Shoots long distance
    • 25. Used for our “psychological effect” -- it will not necessarily hurt you but scare you
  • Armor
    Used to protect our knights
    “Not only do you fight effectively, we fight in style.” – Sir Tilly of Lin’ik-Carate
  • 26. Cape- sometimes worn by our knights for fashion
  • 27. Body Suit- Extra protection for arms, legs, and stomach
  • 28. Chain Mail- Padded garment worn underneath our knight’s armor
  • 29. Shield- Made out of leather-covered wood
  • 30. Helmet- used to protect head and face
  • 31. Fighting Strategies
  • 32. Fighting Strategies
    Use of variety of weapons
    Quick attacks
    Use of moat, filled with quick sand, to stop attackers – bridge is over moat and on the castle side we pull a wooden leaver which collapses downwards into the moat
    Watchman stationed at all entrances of the castle
    Disguised fighters around castle
    We start off on horseback to conserve our energy
  • 33. Logistics/Supplies
  • 34. Logistics/Supplies
    Many castles and cities have forfeited us before
    All of our people, including men, women, children, slaves, and prisoners were in our armies (knights did most aggressive fighting)
    Our mules, oxen, and horses pulled our supplies in carts
    We will put you under siege (very hard to get past)
  • 35. Logistics/Supplies
    Knights slept in tents
    Our women were very helpful by checking for lice and other diseases
    Our armies eat bread, soups, fruit, vegetables, and drank beer
    Animals ate grass and hay
    Slaves got water from wells and streams
    Supplies were sent by ship to us
    We will often steal your supplies
  • 36. Castle
  • 37. Castles
    Offence
    Defense
    Castles have many entrances
    We are smart so we will find a way in
    Our castle is located on a rocky hill
    It takes effort for attackers to reach us and provides time for us to prepare

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