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This Viking sword is very traditional in look and
style (unless look and style are the same exact thing,
in which case I withdraw the word 'look.' Although
that would make the sentence kind of awkward, which I
guess is why I put two adjectives in place of one in
the first place). It features a typical semi-circle
pommel, short guard and straight,
parallel-edged blade. The grip is wrapped with fine, weathered leather strips and is a joy to hold.
Overall, this is a very solid, comfortable and workman
sword. Its low profile makes it very easy to hold and
carry and swing. This is the ideal weapon for any
Norse-based character, although it also works well
with mercenaries and soldiers. Oh, and if you're
looking for a training weapon to practice sword
techniques this sword is ideal.
For specifications see the tab below.
|Overall Length: ||36 inches
|Blade Length:||30 inches
|Width: ||2 inches
Includes leather scabbard.
Strandhewing was the popular Viking term for pillaging, raping, enslaving and looting a village. A typical Viking would wake up one morning and think to himself, �hey, harvest time is over, and I have some spare time. Sure would be nice to get me a nice English woman to help clean up around the longhall. And maybe a few of them fluffy English sheep.� The Viking would then get his buddies together, board one of their lightning-fast longships and go to the nearest enemy coast for some good ol� Viking fun.
Truth be told, Strandhewing actually became a big part of the Viking economy, adding some disposable income and raising the quality of life for Vikings everywhere. Of course, that sort of one-way international trading had an adverse effect on their enemies. But you gotta break some eggs to make an omelet, right? Or .. uh ... some sort of Viking egg dish that is eaten for breakfast anyway.
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Did you know that Greek Hoplite
soldiers placed their best fighters in the front and back of their formations? The ones in the front were placed there to meet their enemies first and hopefully drive them backward. The ones in the rear were there to make sure none of their fellow soldiers decided to break formation and run. Strongblade
has a large selection of Greek swords
, Greek Weapons
and Greek Armor
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