D1etsodaFeatured By OwnerMay 4, 2012Hobbyist Digital Artist
Gotta love the stereotype that all female fighters should wear very limited amounts of clothing/armor, and that it's a little annoying that people portray them only as a way to promote the idea that they're only there for sexual appeal, nothing actually practical. I search up the term "Knight" and I find this, kinda makes me question what a KNIGHT is. I guess personally for me, I've seen atleast a thousand different illustrations with the exact same message, from mainly from games such as MMOs that try to appeal to people by tactics such as the one stated above. Just gets repetitive seeing these. Anyways, you've got a lot of talent and please by all ignore this message if you'd like, but I had to let it out. Rarely ever comment in Deviant Art.
their femininity can be a deadly weapon as well... and a small amount of armor plates gives them a real big flexibility... obviously they will not stand against the hack and slash of an ax, but when they dodge the fight can end in the next blow (anyone can die) same as the Ninja... less armor more agility, the technique is the key.
in the game Dark Souls u will see the differences between no armor, and a heavy armor in real terms
really? You really think, game-developers design their fem-knights as bitches in metalbikini because of flexibility? They only want to ad a peepshow, nothin' more. Also, even a bunny could kill her. If someone wants flexibility, he or she uses a mail-armor, not a metalbikini. Also, a knight is designed for battle, fight and slaughter. Sneaking and assassination with charme sounds more like a scout for me, doesn't it?
just depending on how u see it... i was concerned about the excessive light female armor mods on Skyrim... awful, unpractical and pervert... and i have my limits of course. I understand the metal bikini part u said, but the legs and arms are "enough protected" tp block an attack, maybe not two, and the weight non expended on armor can be used to swing a weapon more faster "or a bigger weapon" the the actual military soldiers mostly only uses protection on the chest because it gives practical protection on vital organs and a helmet... like that they keep a lot of agility to work faster. Getting back to the soo called "Knight" i know she have less skin covered than a courtesan, and the design is a little exposed (rly?), but hey... be glad no one of us is going to use that to slay a dragon... let it be as something not in our reach, like those prototype cars who will never be sold and there is only one in the world... cheers!