Thank you for your hard work I have plenty of questions:
1: Have you found in during your studies for the game, graphical evidence, be it wood-engravings, illiustrations, tapestry, effigees (esp, donor figures) or textual information for a dedicated accoutrement for caring axes (no not the belt itself but a dedicated accoutrement, worn at the belt)? My earliest findings are from the 16th century, it was a wood engraving of either Dürer or Burkmaier but I don't find the picture of it anymore.
2: What kind of books did you used, of course the "Kroje, zbroj a zbraně doby předhusitské a husitské" from Eduard Wagner, Zoroslava Drobná, and Jan Durdík I presume but could you give a list of other books of this caliber, which you have used. Of course a list of codices would also be appreciated at some point of time?
3: Have you found something interesting, stumbling in your research?
4: Will you publish eventual results of your research, if you found enough to release a paper?
5: Will you publish the sources you have used at some point of time. I would be very interessted.
6: Will you publish photos of effiges, tapesty or illustration (first hand sources) at some point in the future. I think scientifically interessted persons would love to see evtl. rare findings.
7: What is the status of the scabbards and straps (for shields and quivers)? If they are not there in the game yet (presumably from the latest live stream) what is your opinion of this IMHO situation that there are no scabbards and straps in the game albeit small details like the correct color of carrots and chicken are considered?
And a small plea, please do your best to encourge the others to implement scabbards and straps.