Makers from Québec, visionnaries and artists, Martial Grisé, leatherworker and actor, as well as his accomplice Maryse Pépin, graphic designer and illustrator, are the heart of the McGray publishing house. Both of them also authors, they have a unique writing style between both of them. If Maryse represent the educative and playful aspect, Martial is the pillar of the storyline, reinventing the Medieval Fantasy genre.
Joining their talents, they created a unique and educative concept: Their famed dragon eggs give strengths. They published 21 books for all ages and their collections are bestsellers. They also developped a whole line of merchandise, among them Calimacil foam weapons
There is not much more to say about this weapon other than that it's great. It feels great, looks great and is easy to control. After quite a fair amount of use it's still not showing any signs of damage, even though it has been left out in the cold, rain and mud for several hours. The head can be a bit hard hitting, but this can be easily avoided once you gain a bit more control of the weapon.
Je trouve que la longueur de la poignée est parfaite je peux la manier autant a une main et la prendre a deux mais pour la frappe suivante
Superbe marteau pour les nains et vikings. L'impact du marteau fait reculer d'un pas ceux qui le reçouvent. 10/10 would hit my friends in the chest again
This weapon is devastating the impact of each hit is sooooooooooooooo satisfying. I never thought I would enjoy this hammer so much. I love everything about it
When I brought a hammer to a big battle everyone asked "why not a sword, it's faster and has way better maneuverability"
That is until my first BONK
13/10 WOULD RECCOMEND
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