javelins, bows, axes, straight swords and spears would be used, but I am not really that sure about maces, I think they are from later period
and even highest nobles would use chainmail, certainly... maybe along scale and lamelar armors
bows would be curved bows
javelins would be widely used, even by horsemen ( lesser nobles ) but I dont think there was horse archery present in Bosnia
It's OK with me if only the noble troop tree is mounted, it has sense.
As for the maces, I do not think that they are from later period, as far as I know, in these parts there have been more maces found than swords. I think that only the Morningstar mace wasn't used, unlike other types of that weapon.
About horse archery, I gave bows to the highest type of noble unit for Serbia, but, as I noted, we didn't have the Mongol-shoot-and-ride tactics, but rather shooted from bows when standing still with their horses (at the beggining of battle?) and when dismounted.
So it is possible that Bosnian mounted units also had bows, but, like Serbian warriors, have unlickely used them when riding.
This is very hard to implement because of game mechanics, so I was thinking more than once about kicking them out of Vlastela's weapon arsenal, but then, I wanted historical accuracy, so I was divided (and still am) on that subject matter.Also, something popped on my mind. Since Bosnia was a mountainous state, full of archers, why not giving them the ability (like with Ireland and Wales) of ambushing an opponents army?
There are many historical events when Bosnia was attacked by Hungary, Serbia, or someone else, when the people simply ran from the towns and used guerilla tactics on the enemy. Serbia also waged war this way for many years, before becoming too cocky, and started to fight the ''noble way''... which worked until the Turks came...
About the sergeants' armours, with Hungary I mainly used the same armors that western sarges use, because 1) they're troops with a certain western influence, 2) those armors are indeed padded leather and/or mail under a heraldic tunic (which just reflects the banner of the lord they're fighting for).
I don't think that Bosnia had heraldic tunics, until late 14th century, or maybe not even then.
As for other armour, hopefully, some people will post their suggestions here.
Oh, and thanks for opening the thread
No problems. Hope I am not going to talk only with myself (and Hrobatos) on this thread.