I'm sorry, I didn't mean to sound like I was nit-picking! It's not something to worry about
Unfortunately, just from what I've seen, medieval European styles and techniques seem to be named more just on the weapon being used than having a unique name, so most anything you look up will be based on the particular weapon or style of weapon than a style name.
That said, one of my personal favorites is the Scottish broad sword. Take a look at this: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/c ... Morges.jpg
The full-coverage "basket" design of the hilt makes it very effective not only as a sword, but allows you to deliver strong punching blows. And as a plus, this sword was usually paired with a round shield, making for a very effective style. Also Scots are awesome! I'm biased, I know, lol!
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