About Refurbished Items : A weapon is declared refurbished when, following a standard inspection by Calimacil, it does not reach the expected esthetical level. A refurbished weapon will have the same security level as a standard Calimacil weapon but may have some lower quality result on painting, forms or other. This type of weapon is not covered by any warranty.
Can you feel the earth moving, young one? Hold this impressive hammer in your hands and you'll see what I mean. It's heavy, I know, but it's for a purpose: the two ram heads are unique symbols, identifying you as a guardian of the land of Aezur. For many years before you, warriors, trackers and even some magicians have used this weapon to fight and repel invaders.
It’s not called The Warrior for nothing: soon you’ll see the sky is shaking too. See the runes on the handles? They represent the family ties between our two viking gods, the father and the son: Tyr, god of justice, and Lonnar, guardian of nature's secrets. Soon you’ll be able to wield it like a true defender, and you’ll always remember where you’re from, even if you run astray. Now hold it high above you, and take heed of the powers you’ve been given.
This hammer was born from the imagination of Martial Grisé when he created the Seyrawyn universe, and raised by the master craftmen at Calimacil. Such a complex and intricate piece is a first for us with un-sword-like pieces, but as you can see, the result is stunning! Soft enough for hard-hitting but as durable as our classic weapons, this hammer’s two ram heads give an amazing profile to the engraved middle piece. Moreover, this royal hammer has the perfect length to give you a head-start with any combat situation... Complete with a suede leather covering on the handle, an emerald-type foam gem on top and runes on each side of the ring around the grip, Lonnar’s hammer is truly a grand novelty in Calimacil’s forge.
Richly adorned yet heavily brutal, this marvelous combination suits a great variety of characters, whether it’s a high priest fighting for his God, a dwarf-king bringing his kin deeper in the mountains, or the leader of a barbarian horde starving to put this hammer through the heads of a few usurping lords.