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Medieval Warfare Medieval warfare was very brutal They would gather their men Who could be anyone from a footman to a knight To me I think I might have wanted to be a knight so I could use the horses weight and speed to mow down people that I went against The battles were fierce and with large numbers The person that had the most people usually won the battle Most battles were fought over land Or feuds that two people had After the battle the winning side would loot and plunder if it was not their land Most injuries were usually fatal They were usually fatal because of diseases that would get them Other causes are because they would get stabbed in the stomach in the chest or even legs could get cut off and they could not be cauterized soon enough After they concord on the battlefield if there was a castle near by they would rest up and most likely sack the castle Sometimes the peasants would revolt and ransack the castle but that was usually stopped quickly Sometimes the peasants would win but not often They would do this because of unfair treatment or because taxation was extremely high I dont under stand why they didnt stop sending food up to the castle That would have been a better idea Medieval warfare was brutal indeed The people that served to fight for the king were knights foot soldiers like infantry or archers The knights were the most honored among them all as well as the most trusted The knights were usually wealthy and had lots of land MacDonald 35 The reason why is because it took lots of money usually the only people that became knights were the sons of knights MacDonald 35 The equipment that they needed was a sword shield suit of armor and a warhorse MacDonald 35 When the 14th century began full-time professional soldiers also began
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