Maker of period accurate medieval weaponry (mostly swords, crossbows, and daggers), Tod of Tod’s Workshop went and constructed himself a trebuchet. And in this video he uses it to launch a packet of 100 darts (held together with a burning fuse so they disperse in the air) to see how
Performed by bardcore musician Hildegard von Blingin’, this is a cover of Johnny Cash’s heartfelt cover of Nine Inch Nails’ ‘Hurt’, complete with slightly altered lyrics to make it more medieval. Man, that song — it’s a doozy. My girlfriend knows if she hears me playing it in the basement
This is an hour-long bardcore medley of Eminem songs (with no rapping) as composed by Beedle The Bard. It includes such medieval bangers as The Real Slim Shady, Lose Yourself, Without Me, Stan, The Way I Am, and MORE. Like Halloween candy, some were definitely better than others. And while
Lovingly crafted by maker of things Crescent Shay over the course of (I assume) many centuries, this chainmail cocktail dress is constructed of 2,652 pennies. Inspired by scalemail, to make the dress Shay first had to collect all the pennies (more than she anticipated), wash them, then drill three holes
This is a video of Algal the Bard performing a bardcore cover of The Mandalorian theme with a variety of instruments. It’s nice, but it’s not really that different sounding than the original. As a matter of fact, this could just be the original with a video of a dude
This is a video of Youtuber agepbiz’s quest (appropriate) to 3D print himself a human scale LEGO knight’s helmet large enough to fit his own respectable-sized dome. The process included taking close-up photos of a helmet then digitizing them into a computer model, then upscaling that model by 2020% and
These are several videos from musician Samuel Kim reimagining themes from the Star Wars franchise in the style of medieval songs. Included are The Imperial March, The Force Theme (Binary Sunset), Duel Of The Fates, and The Mandalorian theme. He’s got even more than that though so if you’re really
This is a video of Emil of Squidmar Miniatures painting a knight figurine while dressed as a knight himself, slowly removing the pieces of armor as they hinder his painting like a medieval striptease. He’s a very talented miniature painter for sure, but I question his merits as a knight.