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Armor - Temple Knight by reaper78 Armor - Temple Knight by reaper78
temple knight armor
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FanofDante Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2014
A non Skimpy and functional Female Knight Armor?
WHY HAVEN'T I SEE THIS B4??!! WHERE THE HELL HAVE U BEEN ALL THIS TIME IN MY LIFE???!!!
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LaDarkProphet Featured By Owner Jun 30, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
you do realize that her thighs are exposed right? adn that as a templar who has strong connections to the church would be either flogged or beatean for exposing them? no self respecting women wouldd go into battle with her thighs exposed.
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LaDarkProphet Featured By Owner Jun 30, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Their are major arteries there and it is just asking for a dagger cut or an arrow to go through them
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Chaffton Featured By Owner May 25, 2014
Almost there, only need more mail to cover her thighs
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envygl Featured By Owner May 8, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Awesome!
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wnter06 Featured By Owner May 5, 2014
joy
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Yusef1 Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
The peter pan getaway boots are just cute... 
I don't think you would find an example of those!
But if I had ANY complaint...it would not be the armour. 
Half of Europe was trying to make every armour different from the last one!

No...its that stupid weapon.  Obviously this girl is only three feet high!
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Yusef1 Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
Parade armour became popular mosty after guns were invented.  No parade armour was made to be fought in...it was too light to actually function AS armour.  (though of course, there were times...) Because it was made to be seen, not used, it was often wildly elabourate, sometimes pretty odd.  There are HUNDREDS of examples of armour just like the one above which were histrically accurate...though of course they would never go bare legged.  They would wear wear hosen.  And women are not part of that exclusive armour wearing club.   Anybody who bothers to walk through a real armour gallery in, say Malta, Leeds or Vienna would see that men on horseback with half armour. The knees and shins...very rare.  Boots...never. 

Could this armour exist?  Well, we are looking at two armours now arn't we.  The legs don't go with a chain mail top.  So would it exist...  Oh, certainly it exists.  And of course, you would no more fight in it than you would race around a race track in a Cadillac Motor Car.   Such armour is made to see and be seen in.

So as a professional Armour Maker myself, I see a young girl dressing up in her brothers armour, and the odd flares are easily no different from some of the wild Rococco stuff which is actually "period" .  Some have bitched about the high heels.  High heels, again, are period, but only for men.   And you need heels of some kind to be able to ride.  D type stirrups need heeled shoes.  So not even the high heels gets dissed here!
 

So those who complain about this not being a "fighting armour", well, that is not its function.  This armour certainly does exist, and was used.  But not for fighting. 
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DarylChin Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2014
My thoughts exactly. I could imagine sons (or daughters) from the noble families clad in such armor, playing soldier... say the church's high priest guard to increase their social status. They are there to look pretty but not fight.
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pascalkrafft Featured By Owner Oct 8, 2013
nive :)
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