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It's probably not possible Humans are approximately water, which doesn't compress very nicely. An average humans weighs ~75kg so has an approximate volume of 75L; a volley/soccer ball has a volume of 4-6L. You're attempting to compress it by a factor of >10 which isn't really in the realm of normal physics. For comparison the compression of water at bottom ...


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Nanites can move Sure you can prevent a direct attack with silver, but nanites, by the general definition, are little tiny robots, capable of self locomotion. So they landed on the vampire's armor. Big deal. They can just creep around and search for the cracks and seams until they find their way inside. Unless those vampires are wearing air-tight space ...


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A pretty standard warhammer or pollaxe will - with sufficient force - be quite effective at punching through most armor and getting at the squishy vampire underneath. If fighting from horseback, a war pick can do quite well as well. Really any weapon with a lot of mass behind a small impact area ought to do the trick - even if a given blow insufficient to ...


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As I remember medieval knights used lances as one of their main weapons. After heraldry became fashionable in the 12th century, more and more knights adopted coats of arms. In medieval England, and maybe in other medieval countries, there developed two grades of knights. A knight bachelor was the lower grade of knight. A knight bachelor had a small flag ...


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