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>tfw you have spent more gold on bling and colorfoul clothes than on your armor but you don't care because you don't expect to live long enough for your clothes to wear out.
Were they biggest chads in history? Im considering growing a beard and flashing that style.
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They used pockets with dick form to bait religious persons of the time, kek
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you mean a codpiece? it was pretty standard for the time.
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Based enjoyer. But they did utalize armor (as your pic shows) when they could afford it. Also fashion was not nearly as fast as it is today and most people should be capable to to minor repair work on their clothings. Depending on the individual Landsknecht he might have his wife with him or he would utilize the service of the various camp followers.
As for a general rule of thumb: the longer one lives and survives the better ones gear becomes.
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Regarding the clothing styles: The Landsknechte were practically exempt from any sumptuary laws as decreed by Emperor Maximilian I. during the Imperial Diet of Augsburg in 1503.



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