Stupor Mundi – Combat Style Cards for 13th Century Mythras with additions for Korantia / Thennla and Meeros

The directory based combat style cards have been replaced by Combat Style Card Encyclopaedia

Here are Combat Style Cards for playing Mythras in the 13th Century Europe and Middle East.

Created all weapons for Stupor Mundi and combat style cards for all of the combat styles in Stupor Mundi and Korantia

There now exist combat style cards for the following Stupor Mundi styles

  • Pilgrim
  • City Folk
  • Street Thug
  • Seaman
  • Knight
  • Muslim Knight
  • Soldato di Ventura
  • Archer
  • Highlander
  • Yeomanry
  • Horse Archer

There are also now more Combat Style Cards for Korantia gathered from several Thennla scenarios.

  • Thennalt Hunter
  • Thennalt Thane
  • Thennalt Skirmisher
  • Beastman Warrior
  • Taskan Swordsman
  • Taskan Citizen Infantry
  • Kismek Archer
  • Kismek Lancer

There are also some styles for Meeros

  • Frontier Rogue
  • Frontier Skullcrusher
  • Clan Warrior
  • Kirstet villager
  • Kirstet Scout

You can find the description for combat style cards here and the combat style cards themselves are here (see folder Stupor Mundi West, Meeros and Korantia). Altogether there should now be almost 400 Combat Style Cards for various periods. If you find that something important is missing that has been published, please inform.

I have also fixed and tuned the weapons database so all the weapons should now have the correct narrow space modifiers and special effects (affects mostly newly created weapons)

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