> > As far as I know there is very little evidence of two-weapon use in the
> ancient/medieval world--the only example I can think of is Renaissance
> rapier-duelling (highly stylised).
> The other example is samurai swordsmen - IMO again primarily as a duelling
> If you're going to provide an edge to this style, there should also be a
> penalty when under missile fire or fighting as part of a formation.
> Are there any mentions of this style in myth or heroic literature?
Some viking and celtic heroes are known to have fought like this.
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