Get me no wrong, me like second stone carving, but me think tribe need only hand to throw spear, spear thrower is too much power for hunter, spirits a...

Get me no wrong, me like second stone carving, but me think tribe need only hand to throw spear, spear thrower is too much power for hunter, spirits angry.

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Grug Grugsson from Ohio Cave
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  1. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    If you Grug Grugson, then why nose so big?

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      You anti-grugite. We never go to stinky cave again!

  2. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Me think first grugposter from long nosed tribe. Long nosed tribe try get grug tribe to burn spears. Me think long nose tribe need go in large smoke huts

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Long nose say 6 die in smoke hut.
      6?
      That a lot.
      All that left are loincloth.
      Where bones?
      Now Grug can’t have own tribe because pile of loincloth?
      Holobunga fake.
      Me make Holobunga real now.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >long nose tribe thrown out 109 caves
        >long nose tribe say cave's fault
        Grug not understand this.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Grug think long nose tribe cause valley trade field attack many moons ago and blame durka durka tribe. How both trade field catch fire from saber tooth that pull carts? Durka durka tribe in next valley, take many moons to travel. Grug think durka durka tribe no like long nose tribe for good reason.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >king grug make long nose tribe only tribe able to loan shiny rock
          >long nose tribe must only give shiny rock
          >no hunt no fish no berries
          >king grug has spoken
          >grug must give back shiny rock plus shiny pebble for every moon that grug no give back shiny rock
          >grug like shiny rock
          >grug no like give back shiny rock
          >grug very, VERY no like give back shiny rock AND shiny pebbles
          >grug have plan to keep shiny rock and no give back shiny rock OR shiny pebble
          >grug also get all of shiny rocks from long nose tribe
          >grug be hero to tribe because they also borrow shiny rock
          >even tho king grug force long nose tribe into shiny rock borrowing
          >too bad long nose tribe
          >grug_fetch_club.cavepaint
          grug no need be big head grug to know answer

  3. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    2nd wall law say "grugs keep spear for fight times against big chief if big chief try tell grug what do". grug never giving up stick thrower, grug say come take

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Me big laff,
      Oh Sky Spirit,
      Grug lose sides

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      What grug do against big chief wooly mammoth

  4. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    why stick throw sharp stick better?
    Does stick bash too?
    Like good stick poke and bash things.

  5. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    ok grugs, post stick, pick, and chick

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      That make grug water spout firm!

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous
  6. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Grug no need bigger than spear for mammoth. Spear thrower go through and hit Gruga behind.

  7. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Who care, spear choice of men who like other men. Club choice of true hunter.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      He understand
      Club is all you need
      If you need spear for kill
      You weak hunter

  8. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Why use spear? Thag hunt with hand ax like father's father did.

  9. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Oi tribe
    Have you try new stick? Is stick with cord and can throw little spear very far. Maybe many man use?

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >Krug sky magic
      no understand but want anyway

  10. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >Atlatl were basically totally replaced by bows and slings in Eurasian Prehistory, with bows also largely, though not entirely replacing slings later on

    >Atlatl continued to be used alongside both bows and slings all the way till European contact in the Americas even as Mesoamerican and Andean civilizations had organized armies and urban cities, with Atlatl even being viewed as the more refined and cultured weapon and bows as more primitive by some Central Mexican civilizations like the Aztec

    Why?

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Older, harder to use designs are always cooler, also Atlatls are more fun to use and sling a much larger projectile than bows which I'm sure was useful when going up against light armor. Also they are much easier to make, they're so cool bros.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Greeks did the same with javelins, they viewed them as "honourable" weapons to use. Maybe south American uses these things because they didn't need heavier javelins to penetrate armour or disable shields?

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        The warrior elite could use javelins before a charge. Bows were for poor gay cucks. In the east they could use bows from a chariot or horse so that's what was considered cool.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      A mix of inertia, ease of construction, and they probably fulfilled their roles for what they needed to do

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        9mm gays BTFO once again

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      The Incas generally preferred slings over bows or atlatls, though the easter (jungle) part of the empire liked bows.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        The Andes aren't my area but even there though Atlatls were still a thing alongside both even if not as dominate as in Mesoamerica

        I know there are fancy golden ceremonial moche, chimu, etc atlatl

        Greeks did the same with javelins, they viewed them as "honourable" weapons to use. Maybe south American uses these things because they didn't need heavier javelins to penetrate armour or disable shields?

        The warrior elite could use javelins before a charge. Bows were for poor gay cucks. In the east they could use bows from a chariot or horse so that's what was considered cool.

        In Mesoamerica hand tossed javelins were also a thing, but I think they're literally only mentioned once in a single source, so they weren't nearly as common as atlatl, slings, or bows.

        > to penetrate armour or disable shields?

        Mesoamerican armor was generally just thick cloth, padded gambeson, or potentially also some bamboo or wooden breastplates, though the latter is only one potential interpretation of some specific West Mexican figurines. Shields were either padded or bamboo or hardwood, I think larger then bucklers but smaller then full size shields, though some full body or even rollable/foldable shields are also sometimes discussed. Some metal jackets/mail too though that was probably ceremonial

        Pic related shows some examples for the Aztec in Central Mexico, but again West Mexico, the Maya region, and even some other cultures in Central Mexico had their own stuff not shown here

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >ceremonial moche, chimu, etc atlatl
          You're right that coastal groups preferred atlatls, however the Incas weren't coasties

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Got more resources, info, etc on this?

            • 2 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              The Moche depicted their highland neighbors of Recuay wielding slings, while the Moche themselves are represented using spear throwers as ranged weapons. Further north, the adoption of spear throwers seems to have been more widespread, extending beyond coastal regions. Or at least it was in later times.
              Pedro Cieza de Leon, who traveled on foot from modern-day Colombia to the territories of the former Inca Empire, frequently described the variety of weapons used by the peoples of the Colombian Andes, noting several instances of spear thrower usage. His final mention of spear throwers (tiraderas/estolicas) occurs among the Latacunga in north-central Ecuador, who "utilized palm spears, throwers, darts, and slings in combat"
              >estos de Latacunga usan por armas para pelear lanzas de palma y tiraderas, y dardos, y hondas.
              Further south than this, he does not mention spear throwers, though he wrote about "dardos" a couple of times more, even then though, it seems that spear throwers became increasingly rare as one traveled south.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                I'm not the other anon btw.
                Regarding the Incas, I've never encountered an Inca depiction of an Inca warrior with a spear thrower.
                In fact, spear usage too does not seem to have been common among the early Incas. I remember reading that descriptions of spear-wielding battalions were absent or rare during the reign of the early pre-Imperial rulers of the Kingdom of Cusco, unlike descriptions from the later Imperial era army of Tawantinsuyu (established by the 9th Inca, Pachacuti).
                Pedro Cieza mentions the limited use of spears during the reign of Tupac Yupanqui, Pachacuti's son, when the Empire was relatively extensive: "the orejones [lit. big ears, a common nickname for ethnic Inca males] recount that, being so powerful, Inga [Tupac Yupanqui] king commanded a call to arms for a more significant war than those before; obeying his command, many chiefs came with a large number of people armed with their usual weapons, which were slings, axes, maces, ayllos (boleadoras), darts and spears were few"
                >cuentan los orejones que como se hallase tan poderoso, el rey Inga [Tupac Yupanqui] mandó hacer llamamiento de gente porque quería comenzar otra guerra más importante que las pasadas; y cumpliendo su mandado, acudieron muchos principales con gran número de gente armada con las armas que ellos usan, que son hondas, hachas, macanas, ayllos y dardos y lanzas pocas
                The text is somewhat ambiguous at the end. Does it mean that there were few spears, few darts and spears, or few boleadoras, darts, and spears

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                However, descriptions of Atahualpa's late Inca northern army frequently mention spears, as do the accounts of his father Huayna Capac's reign. Notably, the north saw the majority of Huayna Capac's military engagements, the area which is roughly modern-day Ecuador.
                Following its conquest, this area became a strategic focal point of the Empire. Quito emerged as the second most important city, with significant relocation of Cañari people to Cusco and vice versa.
                Francisco de Xerez, for instance, notes the use of long spears and throwing spears by Atahualpa's army.

                It's worth noting that the classical Inca army of Imperial times was multiethnic. Traditionally, the Incas of Cusco favored slings and maces. Their star-shaped mace had a long handle, giving it a spear-like appearance, but it was a mace. As mentioned earlier, in later periods, the spear increasingly gained popularity, much like axes, the higher ranks adopted a weapon resembling a halberd.

                Inca art, especially represented by the kero cups, portrays the sling as the sole ranged weapon of the Incas and bows as the weapon of the Antis (Amazonians), who are perhaps the second most depicted group in these artifacts (competing for the position with the Collas of Puno in the Peruvian Altiplano). This is largely because most of the narrative scenes seen in kero cups were created after Manco Inca retreated to the jungle between the Amazon and the Andes to establish the newly independent Inca state of Vilcabamba. This shift led late Inca art to focus significantly on Amazonian themes.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                I'm not the other anon btw.
                Regarding the Incas, I've never encountered an Inca depiction of an Inca warrior with a spear thrower.
                In fact, spear usage too does not seem to have been common among the early Incas. I remember reading that descriptions of spear-wielding battalions were absent or rare during the reign of the early pre-Imperial rulers of the Kingdom of Cusco, unlike descriptions from the later Imperial era army of Tawantinsuyu (established by the 9th Inca, Pachacuti).
                Pedro Cieza mentions the limited use of spears during the reign of Tupac Yupanqui, Pachacuti's son, when the Empire was relatively extensive: "the orejones [lit. big ears, a common nickname for ethnic Inca males] recount that, being so powerful, Inga [Tupac Yupanqui] king commanded a call to arms for a more significant war than those before; obeying his command, many chiefs came with a large number of people armed with their usual weapons, which were slings, axes, maces, ayllos (boleadoras), darts and spears were few"
                >cuentan los orejones que como se hallase tan poderoso, el rey Inga [Tupac Yupanqui] mandó hacer llamamiento de gente porque quería comenzar otra guerra más importante que las pasadas; y cumpliendo su mandado, acudieron muchos principales con gran número de gente armada con las armas que ellos usan, que son hondas, hachas, macanas, ayllos y dardos y lanzas pocas
                The text is somewhat ambiguous at the end. Does it mean that there were few spears, few darts and spears, or few boleadoras, darts, and spears

                https://i.imgur.com/iGChASh.jpg

                However, descriptions of Atahualpa's late Inca northern army frequently mention spears, as do the accounts of his father Huayna Capac's reign. Notably, the north saw the majority of Huayna Capac's military engagements, the area which is roughly modern-day Ecuador.
                Following its conquest, this area became a strategic focal point of the Empire. Quito emerged as the second most important city, with significant relocation of Cañari people to Cusco and vice versa.
                Francisco de Xerez, for instance, notes the use of long spears and throwing spears by Atahualpa's army.

                It's worth noting that the classical Inca army of Imperial times was multiethnic. Traditionally, the Incas of Cusco favored slings and maces. Their star-shaped mace had a long handle, giving it a spear-like appearance, but it was a mace. As mentioned earlier, in later periods, the spear increasingly gained popularity, much like axes, the higher ranks adopted a weapon resembling a halberd.

                Inca art, especially represented by the kero cups, portrays the sling as the sole ranged weapon of the Incas and bows as the weapon of the Antis (Amazonians), who are perhaps the second most depicted group in these artifacts (competing for the position with the Collas of Puno in the Peruvian Altiplano). This is largely because most of the narrative scenes seen in kero cups were created after Manco Inca retreated to the jungle between the Amazon and the Andes to establish the newly independent Inca state of Vilcabamba. This shift led late Inca art to focus significantly on Amazonian themes.

                Are either of you the Andean architecture/urbanism anon from PrepHole?

                I'm the Mesoamerican history dumper there, on PrepHole, etc. If you aren't the architecture anon (not that I don't want their info, but they've declined in the past, but hey if you are them and you've changed your mind I'd love to get in touch) and are willing to, would either of you want to share a contact method for us to exchange resources?

                The Andes aren't my area but I'm still down to have access to extra resources and keep in touch with people knowledgable about the topic. If so, my throwaway is [email protected]

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Because atlatl won 2 flower wars

  11. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Indubitably. With great power comes great responsibility young Yakubite. Your people are in their infancy, prone to wanton violence, ruled over by instinct and desire. You must train your mind that you might be ready to manage greater powers

    Alas, I must go, the Finno-Korean peace conference begins in an hour, my sky car can only travel at Mach 8 and I shan't be late. Good day Yakubite.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      You need to tell Kang We Wuz to halt construction of the Giza Mass Autism Array!!! I know you trust the Greys, but I fear that ever since the Hebrews went to their home planet they have been under their influence!

  12. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    weaving band say they make rock kill good as spear
    but how get strong rope? thin rope not work, break, hit your head with rock
    good rope trade for 5 gems, at trade field everyone look and everyone know you get rope to throw rock
    how get smooth rock also not known, glowing tribe live on a hill above smooth rock beach
    smooth rock in a hut at night - many noise is made, alert shaman

  13. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    No man need throw spear for hunt
    Stone club is enough for kill

    _______________________________
    Ugga "Bubba" Schakla
    Neandertal Valley
    "Back in my day we no need fire to keep warm."

  14. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Neanderthalensis here, a village of Sapiens just set up a village close to our territory. We traded some pelts for their spearheads, no idea where they get obsidian this far out and their knappers are more skilled than ours.

    Anyway, me and the boys are getting sweet with some of their women. So much friendlier and less autistic than the Neanderthalensis women I've seen, and I like how petite and cute she looks. I am getting along very well with mine. Should I marry her?

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      If you NeanderBlack folk don't keep away from our women we're going have to invent the Clovis point and projectile weapons then come skewer your menfolk and frick your womenfolk out of existence

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        No, we must ally against the Heidelbergensis and Erectus problem. Their womenfolk arent even frickable

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >No, we must ally
          You will surrender your caves and hunting grounds or we will turn your skins into war drums, NeanderBlack person scum

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Remember, this was first a femboy. The artist made a second version for non-gays.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        link the femboy version

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          do a flip off a bridge into traffic

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          What became of the neanderthals by jjfrenchie.

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