What Medieval Weapons Would Skeletons Really Use? RESPONSE VIDEO



A response video to Shad from Shadiversity channel discussing what weapon would best suit fantasy skeletons from Rpgs and videogames.

Visit on your iPhone or Android phone to install and play Era of Celestials for free.

Link to the video I’m responding to

Link to Shadiversity channel

Follow me on my social networks:

Royalty free music by Epidemic Sound:

intro ES_Knights Templar 1 – Johannes Bornlöf

intro 2 ES_Medieval Adventure 01 – Johannes Bornlöf

outro ES_Knights Templar 2 – Johannes Bornlöf

Check out the facebook page of the photographer who works with me, he has lots of fantastic pictures

and his instagram

Check out my friend Salvo’s channel

Nguồn: https://svabc.org/

Xem thêm bài viết khác: https://svabc.org/game/
[relatemaed_posts_by_tax title=”Xem thêm Bài Viết:”]

50 Comments

  • Like ten years ago my family had an Audi TT Roadster, and I swear that interior for the first five seconds looked exactly the same.

    Tevo77777
    Posted July 13, 2020
  • thanks metatron love your videos and are glade you had spread your wings

    the memorable novelist
    Posted July 13, 2020
  • It just depends on the fantasy

    Mr. Dovahkiin
    Posted July 13, 2020
  • Emm i don't know if a skeleton can hold any kind of weapon with stability… i mean they wont have a strong and stable grip because of the missing muscle tissue… But yes if they (BY magic) can, i agree with the spear choice!

    Ivaylo Stoyanov
    Posted July 13, 2020
  • Metaton it's pronounced Necro-Mancy (no space)

    Drako Slayr
    Posted July 13, 2020
  • Also, if you are using a spear, you don't need to worry about blocking most types of weapons. That would be a great thing, since you're not really good at blocking off Attacks as a skeleton

    Luca Mattia Stazio
    Posted July 13, 2020
  • Just

    Zombies = STR fighters
    Skeletons = DEX fighters

    O'Pawesome - No Loli Gaggin'
    Posted July 13, 2020
  • Stick. I knew i liked metatron

    ForgottenSpartan
    Posted July 13, 2020
  • I'd love a fantasy section

    witcher766
    Posted July 13, 2020
  • monkey island and prob a lot more i know a lot of skeleton that speak

    Karrde
    Posted July 13, 2020
  • I love the back and forth between you, shad, and skall. Subbed to all of you. Thank you for the great vid

    jerry maurer
    Posted July 13, 2020
  • There is a big hole in your theory on it just has enough magic mussle to move its bones. That is that it would not have enough strength to use any weapon be that a sword or spear. To be able to use a human weapon it would need to have a humans strength.

    As for what weapons you would find a skeleton carrying they would have what ever they where buried with and since vast majority of people are not buried with any weapons at all they would not be armed.

    Donkeyearsa
    Posted July 13, 2020
  • fun video, but mobile game promotion is shady stuff.

    Grendorf
    Posted July 13, 2020
  • That was well argued, I think I have to agree with most of it. Well, all of it really. I suspect much of what you said here applies to wights too.

    arcanics1971
    Posted July 13, 2020
  • The strength of a skeleton is based on the strength of his magic. You can see this by playing games such Final Fantasy XII. During the game you face skeletons armed with spears. It is pretty rare to face one with a sword in FFXII. And they get more dangerous when they upgrade their magic level. An FFXII skeleton warrior is easy to kill. But a skeleton knight no ! Same thing for a soul in pain skeleton having a huge amount of "mist" level of magic in the world of Ivalice at Final Fantasy XII.

    Mehdi A
    Posted July 13, 2020
  • I know I'm late to the discussion but, the actual bones of these skeletons are quite weak in comparisons since because they are remains of dead people, the are malnourished, no milk, no calcium, no new and dense bone matrix. They'd be more fragile

    Julian Perfetti
    Posted July 13, 2020
  • "You been watchin' Shad m8?"
    Me: Always.

    Cyril Gigee
    Posted July 13, 2020
  • I agree with Metatron on this one

    bardiel2c c
    Posted July 13, 2020
  • I've read it "Era of Genitals" at first

    Leandro Gabriel
    Posted July 13, 2020
  • The best way to defeat a skeleton is usually to kill the necromancer responsible. Disclaimer: as no living sorcerer was responsible, this strategy does not work on Deadites.

    TheAtomicCross
    Posted July 13, 2020
  • am I the only one who thinks skeleton warriors would be fecking useless in real life?

    Nseven 111
    Posted July 13, 2020
  • 8:40 ayy i have that cheat room lmao

    a v a n t p o p
    Posted July 13, 2020
  • The best medieval weapon skeletons really use would be breaking wheels, and Dark Souls veterans would all know the reason.

    Marco Hazard
    Posted July 13, 2020
  • i think that skeletons would have less air resistance making the run faster

    Francis 11
    Posted July 13, 2020
  • Is that game Diablo Immorta? Probably won't have as many microtransactions won't it? Otherwise an interesting video very detailed analysis. Basically would be a similar case for zombies and the like, having simple goals where maybe more due to the conjuring element, have sort of an Eren Titan psyche.

    theTrexus
    Posted July 13, 2020
  • There are pirate skeletons that captain their own ships, there are skeletons that are necromancers themselves and in Warhammer Fantasy Battles there is even a whole Egypt inspired empire ruled by skeletons. Why are they stil questioning their inteligence?

    ¡Elias!
    Posted July 13, 2020
  • For battlefield use I'd actually give them Roman Legionary gear. For "average" use, I'd bury them a couple inches deep with instructions to attack anything stepping on them, and let their bony claws & numbers resolve it.

    Robert Lockard
    Posted July 13, 2020
  • They would obviously use bones. I mean, it's obvious.

    Kaiser Moneybags
    Posted July 13, 2020
  • Bone Saws? Bone Chainsaws?

    Mike Hel
    Posted July 13, 2020
  • Best weapons for a Humanoid Skeleton…. depends on the animative magics. I mean they same strength as a man or more? So they have any kind of stamina limit? I mean if they are peak or above human. A long bow would be a reasonable ancient weapon, since they can pull heavier bows and not get tired.

    apex2000
    Posted July 13, 2020
  • Personally I think it is more interesting to imagine that skeletons can use the same force that they could use as a human, so they would be faster and all that. Especially since as others or maybe just JenoPaciano said, I didn't read all the comments, they wouldn't be able to muster any kind of substantial force if they only have as much force as allows them to move at the speed of a human. I'm not sure about whether they would be unable to fatigue though, since possibly the skeleton might have a limited amount of mana to use that either does or doesn't regenerate, and if you then give them huge amounts of weight to handle they might run out of that mana faster and then in a sense fatigue. If they can't fatigue then obviously you'd give them heavy armour, and possibly heavy weapons, though maybe not since there would also be drawbacks to having a heavier weapon, even if you won't fatigue from using it(Maybe a mix, where you have a few skeletons with heavy weapons and some with normally weighted ones). But even if you give them normal human weapons, they'd simply be an army superior to humans in speed and also endurance depending on whether they can fatigue or not. And either way, they would be a logistical dream, no food required, no sleep required, no water required, much more limited effect from weather and probably many other advantages I can't think of.

    And I don't see why you specifically need blunt weapons against skeletons, I mean sure a spear wouldn't be that great since it's mainly for poking and it would be difficult to hit bones, but you could still smash them with it if need be. And a sword could certainly be used to smash the bones, it might not be the greatest for the sword, but neither is using the sword against a human. And a sharp sword might be better at cutting bone, but a blunt sword can still be used as a blunt weapon. And there is always the possibility of hitting with the pommel.

    In the end though I imagine the greatest advantage of a skeleton is still the fact that you can't stab them, and ranged attacks are far less effective. If you have a formation of skeletons fighting against a formation of humans, I imagine it would be very difficult to manage the smashing blows required to destroy the skeleton, and even if you do manage it and maybe destroy an arm or something, unlike a human, a skeleton can simply go on fighting with one arm. Meanwhile the skeletons can perform any of the attacks humans can perform on other humans. So maybe the greatest advantage of a skeleton isn't any specific weapon, but rather simply their superiority as an army in if not every way, then a lot of ways.

    Andre Kroon
    Posted July 13, 2020
  • Oh no Metatron! What happened to your hair mate? The long lustrous locks are gone!

    Zak Noyce
    Posted July 13, 2020
  • Tis but a scratch

    icaricc
    Posted July 13, 2020
  • a blunt weapon would masacare the skeletons

    BRUGAR
    Posted July 13, 2020
  • Love this vido you would be great at this topic you bring more in-depth logic and reason to said topics 5* 🦁

    Christopher Rowley
    Posted July 13, 2020
  • Spears would be exceptional, think if the skeletons removed, say the right side of their rib bones and created a phalanx like formation. They would be able to make an almost literal wall of spears by going through the people in front of them.

    WheediesManchild
    Posted July 13, 2020
  • I really like that bit about the spear, and the intelligence thing kind of makes sense. If a necromancer is using a hundred-year-old body to do their bidding, anything too complex would probably take a lot of the necromancer's concentration (or at least time). Something that they probably need for themselves at the moment, especially if they're using it on multiple skeletons in a very high-stakes moment, say while fighting. It would be like the difference between hiring someone and saying "go hit that guy," or spending weeks upon months teaching them how to do their job. One of them just takes investment that the necromancer might not have.

    WatcherMagic
    Posted July 13, 2020
  • My boy Sal had an apperance. Good too see another video of yours, i've been busy.

    Dart Field
    Posted July 13, 2020
  • Skeletons are light. If humman is wearing good armor, the chances he gets to be injured by skeleton is small. Skeleton can not use weight for stronger attack with spear and he attack slower with weighty weapons thats are good to penetrate armor. That low weight is big weaknes.

    Matesan
    Posted July 13, 2020
  • The rule books for just about every fantasy setting rpg day that skeletons have the same strength as a normal living human.

    If you look at how they typically move, you could infer that they have just enough strength to move "normally" but according to the rules, that's not how it works.

    By your logic, a skeleton would be very easy to overpower.

    Kur Norock
    Posted July 13, 2020
  • I am finding it SOOOOOO much easier to take you seriously now that you've finally cut your hair.

    Kur Norock
    Posted July 13, 2020
  • We present to you… Saber Class Metatron!

    Nikolay Tekuchev
    Posted July 13, 2020
  • You two should start a series together or even a new channel in of itself where you guys just talk or debate about stuff like this. I can't talk for everyone else but I think it would be enjoyable to watch.

    shadow step
    Posted July 13, 2020
  • i love these videos… trying to realistically think about these things which by nature are impossible therefore infinitely variable…

    i actually agree with spear personally.. spear and maybe a knife as a backup weapon. if the strength ratio is "strong enough to move like a human at its current weight" then having a light weapon for close range would be useful.

    as for skeletal intelligence.. i always consider that its like a programmed energy.. if not directly imprinting a minor soul or spirit, then its more like programming a robot using magic. dont get me wrong tho, the mechanics of magic mean you could literally imprint your own memories and knowledge on the skeleton. at least as much as it can identify friend vs foe and know how to move to achieve its set goals.

    hypertion
    Posted July 13, 2020
  • Before watching the video, I'd just like to say Skellies would use whatever weapon they find. I mean, I'm surprised if the video comes to another conclusion…

    ZeroTheHero
    Posted July 13, 2020
  • Point of order. If the magic can adjust a skeletons strength down, it should be able to increase their strength too. Why would you want balsa wood troops when you could have super soldiers?

    Michael Knapp
    Posted July 13, 2020
  • Shad only owns foam.

    Provoganda
    Posted July 13, 2020
  • 3spoopy5me

    David Umstattd
    Posted July 13, 2020
  • I wish to hear your learned comments on this anime, "Samurai X" and the fighting style of Hajime Saito, who uses a modified Hirazuki called the Gatatsou… Basically he holds the sword parallel to the ground and uses a run and thrust motion. If you could please enlighten us all.

    Niloy Sarkar
    Posted July 13, 2020
  • Trying to write a story
    "Hmmm, what kind of weapons would skeletons use?"
    Sees metatron vid
    "OOOHHH MYYY"

    Cup Cake Unleashed
    Posted July 13, 2020

Leave a comment