- Oct 18, 2013
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Yeah those. The gun-type name Repeater is the short version for it. (Borderlands had these as a type of gun, pretty sure many other games do too)
I thought your answer was great!! The Ottoman Empire had Janissaries (who were often Christian slaves) who served in the military and indeed did carry primitive firearms. This was definitely within the Middle Ages, so yes, guns were a reality (although a scarce one) in the Middle Ages. And indeed "were highly inaccurate, took a lot of effort to reload and jammed constantly"EDIT: Got sniped by Gvduck. His answer is better.
A great example because there IS background information to support him having a gun when no one else does. He is a member of the Howling Voice Guild - like Cathari in Suikoden V - that is based in Harmonium, which is a land hinted at in all the games to be far more advanced than the rest of the worldLook at Clive from Suikoden. That setting is FAR from modern, however, in it's setting, it works. Clive wields a rifle of sorts. I think, that you should put whatever you want into your game. Most games people create are not set on earth. Therefore, why should we be limited by earths' history?