I've had this sword for around 4 years, if not more, and have been using it steadily the entire time. This is a great sword. Well, not a greatsword, more of a bastard. It's a really good sword.
This was one of the earlier switches Calimacil made to their blades, I believe, as the Novice line we started with were quite thicker by comparison. As such, it was a nice change to this thinner blade, as it made the balance of the weapon much easier to wield. On that note, this works great as either a one or two handed sword. I was worried that this foray into thinner blades would lessen the durability and life of this weapon, but it's done no such thing in the 4 years I've had it.
It's a very simple looking sword, which I love, but it's got enough flare that I could see a knight or a noble soldier wielding this, or the common warrior character. Which I guess it makes sense for where it is inspired from. As well, I was able to create a scabbard for it, and since the blade isn't very thick, it doesn't look too bulky.
This sword handles fantastically. At the main game I play, Ashes of an Empire, it is an incredibly versatile weapon. It handles fantastically in one hand and with a shield, or using it two handed. It has a good amount of reach, but is no way unwieldly. As such, it blocks incredibly well, which is more important at that game than it is at most.
To summarize, I love this sword, and would consider it a must have if you enjoy fighting.
Simply great, the balance is optimal.
A faithful reproduction of the original, which enclosing its unique beauty.
I love the fine blade, which is more realistic than the older swords's.
My only appointment is the handle, which is a bit different from the original.
For a true GoT fan.
I love this weapon. This is by far my favorite calimacil sword I have and I have three others. Simple in design, sturdy in build. When wielding this weapon I feel as if I am the wound wolf himself. I had the shorter version the Robert Stark, it does not hold up compared to this one. It’s longer, wider, more detailed, and all together superior.
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