Epona, Protector of Horses - Calimacil LARP Sword
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Protector of Horses

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There’s days where I feel like I’ve spent my whole life walking to the beat of the Roman Legions. I have loyally followed Julius Caesar in his conquest of Gaul, Britain and more. I’ve battled hordes of savage barbarians and other barely civilised nations. I’ve survived up till now because I’ve learned to respect my enemies. Sadly, I was felled by an Iberian mercenary yielding one of those frightening curved swords. As powerful as axes, sharper than our own cheap short swords, one of those sabres has fractured my skull and made me a crippled veteran. But I’ll follow my grand leader to Rome, with this Saber by my side as a war souvenir.

Workshop

The falcata is a reproduction of the curved swords found in the Iberian Peninsula (Spain and Portugal). These lavishly detailed weapons borrow from the ceremonial traditions of the Celts in the era where they spread metalworking throughout Western Europe. The elaborately sculpted hilt bears a magnificent representation of a horse’s head, lending the weapon a very authentic appearance. While originally designed to be as massive as versatile, its foam composition makes it safe enough that you run no risk of crushing your best friend’s skull, no matter how much he may deserve it.

Characters:

A typical weapon of Celtic mercenaries of south-western Europe, this sword is ideal for barbaric and savage characters. Since it is also similar to Greek and Egyptian curved weapons, it can also be used for war veteran from exotic locales looking to start new lives as adventurers.

Weight (g): 383
Total Length (cm): 71
Blade Length (cm): 54
Blade Tickness (cm): 2.5
Blade color: Silver
Handle length (cm): 17
Grip length (cm): 9
Cross guard width (cm): 10
Material: fiberglass, Calimacil Foam

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