How naive was it of them to believe that ruination would be decided in one fateful night; one glorious battle to cancel the apocalypse. Knights and men-at-arms would line alongside paladins and holy servants to defeat the forces of destruction and rebuke the looming threat of my ascension.
When these oh-so-virtuous warriors vanquished me and basked in the glory of their apparent victory, they sealed their fate and the one of their homelands. When my body shattered, the dust of my decaying remains stuck to their skin and armor, cursing them with all the might of my necromantic powers. In their hubris, they didn’t suspect that the great foe of their age could have one last trick up their sleeve, but they found out soon enough.
When their crops failed, rotting in place or simply failing to find enough sun through the thick gray clouds that shrouded the sky, they suspected something was odd. When famine led to plague and sickness, and that the fallen returned to hunt the living, they knew they had been fooled. But it was when they saw the empty husk of my ash-stained armor walk the roads of their land that they knew there was never even a victory to celebrate, for the Harbinger of Ruin has returned, and I walked in the ashes of their fallen nations.
Available with or without the skull, the combat belt is a wide and imposing piece with a double set of belts as well as metal rings that can be used to hold armored tassets or various grim talismans and accessories. Long pieces of supple leather hang from the belt, a battle skirt of the sort that lengthens the figure and add some flare to the character when in motion. The belts can also support all the classic gear needed in LARP such as a scabbard or a matching pouch. Because of the aging patina and the voluntary use of imperfect hides to craft these sets, each piece is guaranteed to have subtle unique features, natural skin texture, and scars enhancing the final product with details that cannot easily be imitated by the artisan, making it the perfect belt for a death cultist, evil champions or any other revenants.
Made in Quebec, Canada, by Les Artisans d'Azure