War never changes.

(WARNING. THIS TEXT HAS NO RESEARCH INVOLVED. THE AUTHOR HAS NO IDEA ABOUT THE FACTS OF THIS TEXT.)

War. It’s every where. From the dawn of humanity there was conflict. For resources. Always for resources. Food and water, fertile lands, good hunting grounds. The first conflict was 10’000 years ago, near Kenya, a brutal mass murder of thought to be 27 people. They had planned this attack, as research shows that the weapons they were carrying were one’s of war, not hunting. They did not bury the bodies, instead they left them to rot where they were.

Weaponry and warfare stopped advancing until the creation of archers. Archers were very useful, and civilizations put them on horseback and chariots, greatly improving the power of these troops. Then the Dark Ages came along. Lances running right through an enemy’s chest, maces crunching right through armour to crush windpipes and chests. Sworded combat is more common than ever. This all changes with the introduction of firearms. A pistol would easily punch a hole in a breastplate before they even got near the holder, and cannons destroyed armoured walls with ease.

Go forward some more, and other firearms will appear. The “lock” rifles will appear, and bayonets and grenades. Then revolvers came along. The first automatic firearms. Not too long after, the first rapid firearm appeared. A Gatling Gun. Operated by a hand crank and needing a FOUR man crew to operate, it has had many upgrades since then. Self reloading firearms were created, and I still don’t properly understand how they work. SMGS and Assault Rifles were used by Germany in WW1 and WW2. Finally, the AK 47 has been accepted as the most used rifle around the world.

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