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Berrion's Knights proudly wear this powerful sword. Made in the likeness of the city of Berrion, this elegant weapon was also very useful in combat. Only the Berrion's Knights are allowed to use this noble weapon.
Built around a high-performance hybrid core, the
Berrion's Knight Sword looks amazing and feels even better. Like
all of our Conqueror series swords, this weapon
features an astounding level of detail made possible
by the injection molding process that these weapons go
through. The dragon style is significant and shown on the very ends of the cross guard.
The high-performance core is made to handle years of abuse
and flexes just enough to provide spring and speed.
The sword weighs a little over a pound, making it much
more realistic than some of the ultra lights on the
This is a fantastic pounding sword, large enough to
crush through smaller blades and great looking enough
to make everyone that sees it double-take.
About our Conqueror Series Swords
Our Conqueror line of foam swords are the most
realistic foam swords that we have ever seen. The
molding process and high quality foam used on these weapons allows for an
amazing amount of detail and the designs take full
advantage of this. And though great looking, their
durability may be even more impressive.
Two different styles of spine rods on the Conqueror
series allow you to customize your game. One style is
made of fiberglass and reinforced with polyester for
strength and power. The other style is made from a
carbon/fiberglass combination. These latter are
considered the "Performance Series" and have a little
more spring and a bit more durability to them,but not
so much that you'll really notice when using it. Both
styles are extremely durable and are fused with the
blade and pommel to prevent slippage or torquing.
Our Conqueror lines are relatively realistic in weight
(about 1 pound or more) and feature a more "rubbery"
feel to them. . These are monstrously durable and have
a legendary lifespan. They can be twisted and torqued
like a wet rag and they will still return to true form
instantly. Safety is top notch on these, with tip
flex-enforcers and a good thickness of foam
The Conqueror series weapons made from a proprietary
foam with no latex at all. The molding process allows
all of the elements -- the composite rod,
reinforced tip and quality polymers to merge into one
solid item. The foam is insanely durable -- it resists
puncturers and returns to shape no matter how much you
deform it. A fiber matrix of fiberglass and nylon (or
Kevlar/polymer depending on the weapon) increases the
safety and creates a progressive absorption for less
Weather resistance is another great strength on these.
These weapons have been immersed in water for two
weeks and then dried in the sun without any damage
whatsoever. The Conqueror series can be used at almost
any temperature. -22 degrees Farenheit up to 212
degrees Farenheit (for those of you playing on one of
Jupiter's moons). The foam stays soft, no matter the
With all the technological features, you sometimes
forget that there are works of art. Perhaps the best
looking swords on the market.
Total Length: 32 in
Blade Length: 23.5 in
Crossguard: 7.5 in
Hilt Length: 8.5 in
Grip: 4.5 in
Hilt Color: Silver and Gold
Weight: 0.74 lb
I've recently become aware of an ancient historical
figure who was revered by his peers. This figure, a
certain "King Arthur" fellow, apparently was all the
rage back in the very early Medieval Age. I'm not sure
where he gets his popularity from, though. He seems a
bit of a jerk to me.
As a boy, he spent his youth vandalizing sacred
statues and such (He once ripped out a sword from a
very popular sculpture in the center of town. When
people complained, he held the sword up in a
threatening fashion and made them kneel down in front
of him). Swords were apparently his thing. There's a
story that says he reportedly drowned some woman in a
lake for no reason other than to steal a sword from
her. Chivalrous indeed. He also hung out with a
devil-worshipping pagan who claimed to see the future.
Merlin was his name, and he apparently did nothing but
steer Arthur into more trouble.
Come to think of it, this Arthur fellow seems rather
vulgar if you ask me. I just read that he actually had
a child with his sister. He then murdered that child
and died from a wound he received in the scuffle.
Serves him right. But it gets even seedier than
Turns out he and his best friend "Lancelot" (sounds
like a troublemaker's name to me. Or maybe a porn
star.) had a threesome with his wife, a certain
"Guinevere." I guess Guinevere was his port of choice
when he wasn't doinking his sister.
He and his buddies would meet every so often at a
place called "The Round Table," which I can only
imagine was some sort of a pub or other seedy
establishment. They would ride out from the Round
Table and terrorize the countryside, killing innocent
saxon soldiers and imposing their views on the rest of
the country. They apparently traveled a bit, too,
because I heard mention that they liked camels a
Arthur's friends apparently like to party as much as
he did. They spent a lot of their time searching for a
"magic cup." I haven't been able to find out much
about it, but I'm guessing it was a cup of endless
alcohol that never ran out of wine and beer. Something
along those lines anyway.
If you ask me, I'm not really sure why everyone thinks
so highly of this King Arthur fellow. I guess this
country needs heroes so badly that we'll make a hero
out of anyone.
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|Always Returns to Form
|Perrformance Cores Fused to Foam
|Among The Best Looking Swords on the Market
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The pollaxe (or polaxe, or poleaxe) became popular in the 14th and 15th centuries, during the golden age of plate mail. Armor became so strong during this time that it became really, really difficult to actually kill anyone (well, anyone of importance, right?). So the polaxe was created. A long shaft, crowned with a steel head that featured an axe-blade on one side and a spike or hammer-head on the other. And usually with another spike at the top, just to make it deadly from any angle.