Have you ever longed for the striking power of an axe in the form of a long-edged sword? I have. I would probably call it a swaxe, or maybe an aord, so it’s a good thing I’m not responsible for naming such things. The Moulner Falcatus is a double-curved sword with a blade that is angled forward. Why the double curve? Why the forward angle? Do keep up. Because the design of this weapon gives it a powerful strike—with enough force to rival an axe blow.
There are various weapons in history that are similar to this one, most notably the falcata, a Spanish weapon that terrified the Roman legions because of its power. This sword is similar in many ways to the ancient falacata. The Moulner Falcatus is hand-forged by master smiths, tempered to perfection and sharpened for powerful cutting blows.
The forte of the blade is beautifully etched with curving fullers, and the polished-hardwood grip curls ruggedly for a tight grip and extra power at the end of a stroke. I should also draw your attention to the scabbard, which is, itself, a work of art. The rectangular shape is unique among scabbards, and distinguishes the Moulner from any other weapon. The polished wood of the sheath is carved along the throat and set off with brass studs at the corners.
So, if you are looking for power, unique style, and matchless construction, then your search is over. The Moulner Falcatus is stylish enough to wear for cosplay and rugged enough to use in martial-art cutting. Not to mention one of the best swords you can when the zombie apocalypse occurs. Just sayin’.