The even bigger fault of most of these productions is metal. Damn tough to produce before coal furnace. Not going to see metal hinges, gates, doors, handcuffs, chains, swords...a sword is an arm to show you were worth taking as prisoner. Spear tips were the most metal most soldiers would ever have. The belt buckle was passed on as an heirloom. Dad's dead, first son gets his belt buckle. Or for Mom and daughter, a pot. We once had forests and fewer people. Wood fire was tough to maintain. The pile to heat each communal home for the winter was a full-time job to collect, chop and pile.
But do we need one more video on why DnD is NOT accurate?
As Mike would say, Magic. It's always explained by Magic.
Don't get me started on the visuals in P. Jackson's Hobbit movies. That furnace was very silly.
You mean engineers don't design cars to explode on impact?