This sword fits nicely in line with some of the other Albions I own.
The Baron is a beasltly two-handed cutting machine, and the Knight is
an efficient single-handed cutter. Neither are designed particularly
for thrusting, but instead favor efficient cuts for their respective
numbers of intended hands.
The Crecy comes in right in the middle. It's a "jack of all trades,
master of none". It's still a longsword, but smaller than many of
the others, and the two-handed user requires having one hand partially
gripping the pommel. Being smaller and lighter, it's agile, but the
blade geometry is not as optimized for cutting. It does however have
a good thrusting tip (though not as efficient as a dedicated thruster),
and the greater agility makes it function reasonably well single-handed
if the need arises. These features make it well rounded and capable in
a wide range of roles, without being quite as capable as a sword that is
more specialized for any one of those roles.