29th Mar '14 10:00:03 PM DragonQuestZ
Send DragonQuestZ a standard message explaining an editing issue.
1. This is "scary impractical", not "impractical". 2. Wild mass guessing is not a sub example.
29th Mar '14 9:32:07 PM dotchan
Send dotchan a standard message explaining an editing issue.
to:
14th Mar '14 2:31:59 PM ZenBlade
Send ZenBlade a standard message explaining an editing issue.
15th Feb '14 4:43:03 PM Roketto
Send Roketto a standard message explaining an editing issue.
Fixing typos.
to:
to:
to:
8th Feb '14 1:24:34 AM foxley
Send foxley a standard message explaining an editing issue.
3rd Feb '14 12:54:55 PM TheBigBopper
Send TheBigBopper a standard message explaining an editing issue.
I thought that parade armor was a better example of scary impractical armor than Henry VIII's tournament armor, since that armor was good for more than just intimidation. Even though it wasn't for the battlefield, it was highly flexible and protective for foot combat tournaments. Also took the liberty of adding some terms and period context to the Japanese Real Life section. I also do not feel that bronze armor, even when worn after the invention of iron weapons, could be considered either especially intimidating or completely useless. Armor made of bones seems like a better example of the trope as it is.
to:
25th Jan '14 11:53:28 PM BlastHardcheese
Send BlastHardcheese a standard message explaining an editing issue.
to:
25th Jan '14 11:52:27 PM BlastHardcheese
Send BlastHardcheese a standard message explaining an editing issue.
to:
25th Jan '14 11:45:55 PM BlastHardcheese
Send BlastHardcheese a standard message explaining an editing issue.
10th Jan '14 1:37:21 PM wolftickets1969
Send wolftickets1969 a standard message explaining an editing issue.
to:
This list shows the last 10 events of 172. Show all.
TV Tropes by TV Tropes Foundation, LLC is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available from thestaff@tvtropes.org.
Privacy Policy