Still has inaccuracies. The Majapahit ships are depicted as the ships in Borobudur temple carvings, which are 500 years older. Even modern historian declared it as sesat
(misguided) and menyesatkan
(misleading). The usage of borobudur ships after 1200 AD is doubtful. The ships used by Majapahit navy are jong, malangbang, kelulus, (these three being the main), and also lancaran, penjajap, pelang, jongkong, cerucuh, tongkang.
Sebuah berita tentang replika kapal Majapahit sangat menarik untuk dicermati kembali. Berita dari Antara, terkait Kapal Majapahit. Dicatat sebuah replika kapal Majapahit dibangun tahun 2009 di Madura, Jawa Timur, dan…View Post
Also, the Majapahit warriors are depicted as (maaf
) primitive: They are bare-chested and armed with spears, blades, and bows. While these equipments may be true for lower level soldier (practically Nusantaran - not only Javanese - armies employed forced levies even until 19th century - the bulk of the army is mustered from local villagers without pay, the only form of pay is loot), there are also trained troops (such as Bhayangkara) who used more sophisticated weapon and armor.
Gajah Mada in the video is depicted using gray-colored armor - in reality he used gold-decorated armor.