What would you like to do?
What does a knight wear on his chest for battle?
A knight wore a breast plate so he wouldn't get stabbed in the chest with a sword or spike.
A knight wore a breastplate on his chest so that he could protect himself against lance- or sword-thrusts.
According to some literature from the era, knights would commonly spend the entire night before a battle in the church.
His Squire Dresses him for battle.
A breast plate.
Metal gloves called gauntlets.
search BATTLEKNIGHT HACKS on youtube and there is a video guide
The Frankish Knigths came to aid ordered by King Balduin of Jerusalem, since he and King David were allies and also had good ties to eachother.
"superman" or "batman" style capes? no. but many medieval fashions were particularly flamboyant, and there were many styles of garment worn over armour, partly to protect th…e wearer, partly for looks. In medieval germany, for instance, there were cloak-like garments called waffenrock, which have billowing sleeves, and there were similar fabric peices worn on helmets. Illustrations from manuscripts clearly show such fantastically-dressed knights on horseback, with polished and golden armoures, with brightly coloured fabrics billowing behind them as they ride. So, although in detail they do not have capes, they certainly had clothing which looks similar.
Knights had to go to battle whenever the king or lord of the castle needed him to. Or they had to pay a fine, however when they got deployed it was only for a short period; …in King Edward I's day the Knights only had to fight for 40 days and only on campaigns within the country.
silk leather shoes boots helm mail coif coat metal rings called chain mail partial plate Gothic or Italian full plates bronze steel
Generally they wore whatever armour and other protection they could afford. Wealthy knights usually wore plate armour (when and where it was available) most knights favoured c…hain mail. Usually armour covered the torso and was combined with a helmet; though some who could afford to added leg and arm armour as well. Shields wer also widely used.
They wore steel armor that covered their whole body. their weapons were a sword, a lance, a mace and also had a shield made of steel also.
In Middle Ages
Prayed, donned their armor, sharpened their swords, and possible used the bathroom before entering battle.
In Middle Ages
A knight had many pounds of armor that he had to wear to protect himself from arrows and swords. The armor was put on by one or more squires or pages. First, the knight put on… a linen shirt and drawers, which were similar to loose boxer shorts. Over the drawers he wore a long woolen hose and arming doublet, which was a shirt with chain mail padding on the arms and chest. Around his neck, he wore a chain mail neck collar. Breast and back plates were strapped onto his chest, which had a little skirt of armor attached to protect his groin. More armor was strapped onto his arms, legs, hands, and feet. This armor came in many pieces so that the knight would be able to move more easily. The last piece of armor placed on the knight was his helmet. The helmet was very hot, so if the knight was not going into battle immediately, he would hold the helmet by his side. The knight also used a metal or wood shield to ward off enemies blows during a battle. This shield was carried on one arm, usually the left, and the sword was carried with the other. Hope this is what you wanted :)