Trump the Crusader in Chief is on the point to turn the USA to a Crusader Nation under God
There are hundred of threads on this forumLVV seriously can you join all your crusader threads in one, shoo 3am bit jami3 threads and posts la ekhirtak ?
I never thought you'd ask but the long flail is not easily maneuverable and could very well injure you badly even during training so why take the risk of depriving the army of God of one fine crusader?Why sensei?
Question of the day:
Steel blades and the ways to prevent rust.
We all know steel blades have their advantages and drawbacks, namely rust. Many brave Crusaders complain that their trusty sword which has served them for many glorious years has started showing signs of wear and tear, especially the unpreventable rust. If you don't keep your weapon shielded most of the time and you proudly wield it in the battlefield, it will eventually be exposed to the elements like humidity and oxygen-rich organic material that will cause rust. Of course, there are remedies to that and there are ways to prevent or delay rust; here are some:
Organic oils: Rubbing organic oils on your weapon has the double advantage of giving it that silky smooth feel you want during hard battle, as well as delaying spots of rust from appearing on your blade. The oily surface protects the blade from the harmful elements as long as you maintain it on a regular basis.
Pig fat: Although not as appealing as organic oils, pig fat is less troublesome in the maintenance area, although it provides +10 damage against the Saracens.
What's your own weapon maintenance method?