Did you perchance mean longshore?
- long + sword, a calque of German Langschwert. (Wiktionary)
“But here, the longsword is the one that totally decapitated the dummy.”
“These guys do German longsword, which is a kind of two-hander that weighs 2-3kg.”
“However, the epoch making moment is quite near the start when the Liam Nielson character giving Orlando Bloom's chap a crash update course in longsword.”
“After all, part of the old-school mystique is that not everything is handed to you on a platter; if I, running a BD&D game, have to change "longsword" to "sword", that's something I would just do the same way that D3 didn't include a street map of Erelhei-Cinlu.”
“He was decked out in full military uniform, with double bandoliers, a longsword at each hip, and a massive gun in his right hand.”
“The keep is defended by 30 human guards (War1) with only 5 hp, but AC 17 and damage of 1d8+1 (longsword +3).”
“Hitting someone over the head with a barstool or sliding them along the bar can be far more satisfying than just running them through with a longsword.”
“Smiling happily, Jaime donned his helm, and unsheathed his longsword.”
“I've never personally swung a longsword with full force against an armored opponent, but I have seen a show on the history channel where the host (an expert in ancient weapons) donned the gear and tested various weapon vs armor combinations.”
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