Video: From Sam O'Nella, here's an amusing look at some of the weird, creative and deeply sinister weapons used during the Medieval period, when castles and knights and dragons existed (oh wait). The six-storey tall super giant Warwolf trebuchet, used to bludgeon castles to bits; Greek fire flamethrowers that basically burned everyone and everything; and a terrible use of pigeons, sparrows and their nests to light an entire city on fire. Man, it was gnarly back then. Language is a bit NSFW.
Silly Animation Shows Off Some Crazy Weapons Used During The Middle Ages
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