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So civilizations never used wooden weapons? How can that be?
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>>6767732

Lolwut?
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>>6767732
Rocks are better than wood
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Clubs and pointy sticks were the way we fought for thousands of years what are you talking about.
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>>6767737
Uh, I meant melee
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>>6767743
Uh... fuck me, I forgot about spiked clubs in Mount and Blade

This thread was unnecessary
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>>6767753
Spears/Axe/Clubs/Sticks are all common weapons that use wood. Only one that's purely non-metal is sword.
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>>6767762
non-wooden*
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>>6767732
OP are you actually retarded or just baiting
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>>6767732
Uless you need a spear really quickly and don't have time to sharpen a small stone for the tip there is no reason to use wooden blades.
In blunt force weapons its different but blunt force isn't a great weapon unless it's a one on one and you can count on a opponent not being agile at all
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>>6767732
Primitive tribes already has stone weapons, civilization had bronze or other metals



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