Some boob armor was historical. According to Shadiversity. It wasn't common, because women in armor wasn't common.
@AverageIdiot, …..what’s Shadiversity? Any relation to the….. other Shad? (Shudders)
@Child Slapper, Oh, most certainly not. Shadiversity is a channel with a dude that analyzes medieval weapons and fights and things. Really cool stuff, really.
Yea. It's where they would store their family jewels. No. In the literal sense.
@ThePandaPool , I do not berieve you
Cod piece. I think there was a king who had a really large piece on his armor. Turns out it wasn't for the obvious reason. He had an infection that made his bits painful and sensitive to the touch.
@PassengerPenguin, I think it was one of the French ones, Louis whatevereth
And I’m sure they inflated proportions too
@Russian Hawkeye, or they *really* liked fighting.
I'd smash it. With a maul.
The existence of cod pieces gives boob armour credibility