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Encyclopedia of historical weapons - Halberd

Weapon which improved effectivity vs. heavy armor. Has a wide, short axe attached to a 5-6 ft haft and a sharp spear at its point. Usually also a back-spike and sometimes a butt-spike.

Encyclopedia of historical weapons

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