Henry Sword - Official Kingdom Come: Deliverance Foam Replica Sword – Calimacil

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Official Kingdom Come: Deliverance Foam Replica

CA$184.00
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Become Henry, a blacksmith’s son, and enter into the service of a noble who assigns you engaging tasks and quests. How you choose to shape your character depends entirely on you. Choose how you want to be known: you can be merciful, pardon someone or surrender in battle, or you can be feared and threaten other inhabitants. No matter what you do, the world will give you an appropriate, reasonable response to your actions!

Created in collaboration with Warhorse Studios, here is Henry's sword from the universe of Kingdom come: Deliverance, a single-player, first person, medieval open world RPG, set in 1403 Bohemia In the Holy Roman Empire. This official replica is crafted and designed from original in-game assets. Made of safe foam, it is soft enough to ensure a safe usage in mock combat and LARP, but is firm enough for cosplay and prop usage.

Kingdom Come: Deliverance features a unique combat system exclusive to the gaming market focusing on real historical European sword-fighting. The medieval sword-fighting techniques have been decoded and can be mastered in-game. Now, you can also train your sword-fighting techniques in real life with none worse than Henry’s sword.

  • Authentic detail
  • Weather resistant
  • Latex-free
  • Superior durability

Weight (g): 485
Total Length (cm): 99
Blade Length (cm): 81
Blade Tickness (cm): 2
Handle length (cm): 19
Grip length (cm): 11
Cross guard width (cm): 20
Material: fiberglass, Calimacil Foam

Kingdom Come: Deliverance

From the universe of Kingdom come: Deliverance, a single-player, first person, medieval open world RPG developed by Warhorse Studio, our official replicas are crafted and designed from original in-game assets. Made of safe foam, they are soft enough to ensure a safe usage in mock combat, but are firm enough for cosplay and prop usage.

Kingdom Come: Deliverance features a unique combat system exclusive to the gaming market focusing on real historical European sword-fighting. The medieval sword-fighting techniques have been decoded and can be mastered in-game. Now, you can also train your sword-fighting techniques in real life with our official foam replicas.

Check out the Kingdom Come: Deliverance replicas!

Get the game here: https://www.kingdomcomerpg.com/

Customer Reviews

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M
M.K.
Very good sword!

Even better than expected!

Best regards from Switzerland
Markus

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B.
Amazing sword

This sword both looks amazing and feels amazing. It's a well-balanced weapon, and it's very sturdy - it doesn't show any scratches after being used. The only possible downside is that the handle might be a little short for people with very large hands - luckily not my problem.

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A.O.
Great product

this sword is one of the best i’ve owned would defiantly recommend it, not only does it look realistic it feels realistic, on top of a great addition to my arsenal the postage was very quick considering that i live in australia and it was shipped from canada. all in all a great sword for anyone whether your interested in larp or are a fan of the game.

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K.R.
Can't wait to use it

Love this thing. Hilt fits so much better in my hand than other LARP weapons

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D.
Henry's sword

A larp weapon with a semi accurate balance point Is a very pleasant suprise. This weapon handles and feels just like it should for a period single hander and has the blade geometry to match with a beautiful pommel and hilt with sharp edge perfect to bind with. My only complaint is the foam was a little on the firm side with my order but otherwise very pleased.

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