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Just a quick note to let you know I received my sword today and it's just perfect. Shipping was fast, the blade and scabbard were in great shape, and the engraving was PERFECT. I enjoyed the ""Care and Feeding"" guide - glad to know you've got a sense of humor (as you should have, selling Medieval swords in 2014!!). Very satisfied, and will shop here again as I arm up (um, I mean ""costume up"") for the next Renaissance festival. Actually I'll be a holdout from an earlier age I suppose.

Thanks again for the great service.

Tom

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Stayr Latex Ears

Stayr Latex Ears
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Stayr Latex Ears

  • Yes, they are Satyr Ears
  • Comes with Safe Adhesive to Mount over Your Ears
  • Officially Sanctioned by the Satyr Ear Federation
  • Look Fantastically Satyry and Elegant
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Stayr Latex Ears

* Stock items ship from Strongblade in 1-3 days. Please allow an additonal day for engraving or sharpening.
If you're reading this, then you are still having some problems understanding what these are. They are Satyr ears. You put them over your ears with the included safe adhesive. Then you walk around looking like a Satyr(or at least a person who has put on Satyr ears). They're made from latex or some such material and look like Satyr ears. An officially licensed product of the Satyr Ear Federation.

They are Satyr Ears. Find an satyr and measure his or her ear. That will be fairly accurate. Except that these ones are made from latex.

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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.
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