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September 30th, 2012, 11:31
Originally Posted by Avantenor View Post
Actually, there was more daily unisex clothing in medieval than in the 18th or 19th century. The more and more distinct style in clothing is a trend starting with Renaissance.
Yes we went from wool and leather to perfume and laces. What an improvement.

In reality, there was not that many women in armour. That is what immersion is such a flimsy concept. From the moment, you accept the idea of women in armour in medieval like worlds, why draw a red line for what women should sport? In medieval times, few to none uni gender clothes. But those who could afford wanted distinctive armours.
There a few notable female knights and warriors but your right they were few. I was mostly taking a crack at people bothered with the original character design. They must have been many since they changed it.

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