The death of its beloved ruler, Emperor Charles IV, has plunged the kingdom into dark times: war, corruption, and discord are tearing this jewel of the Holy Roman Empire apart. Lord Radzig Kobyla is forming a resistance against the invasion. This bloody conflict turns the country into a raging civil war, where he leads the fight for the future of Bohemia.
Created in collaboration with Warhorse Studios, here is Sir Radzig'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, 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 Sir Radzig’s sword.
Weight (g): 550
Total Length (cm): 118
Blade Length (cm): 93
Blade Tickness (cm): 2
Handle length (cm): 27
Grip length (cm): 18
Cross guard width (cm): 23.5
Material: fiberglass, Calimacil Foam
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.
Get the game here: https://www.kingdomcomerpg.com/
So I got this sword a while back and I'm still loving it! it feels wonderful in the hand and its strong enough to take a beating but not tough enough to give one lol! I got this sword as an alternative to body armor (I have plastic swords but they tend to leave a mark if your not carful) and I'm highly pleased with the result, I've had a couple good sparing sessions with this and no one has even gotten anything more than a red mark that only lasted an hour or so, anyway I highly recommend as a beginner buy.
I bought mine from drocolite back in October in Montreal. I was very impressed with the craftsmanship and the feel of the blade. I have not had a chance to really fight with the sword at an event but I have definitely swung it around the backyard. It is well balanced and has great control however because this blade is based off real longswords and not d&d standards it is better to use with two hands. It can be used with one hand but it becomes slower and a little cumbersome you can feel the difference. Would definitely recommend to anyone who uses swords. Side note it is really nice and makes a nice decoration especially grat alternative to real steel
First off, this sword is gorgeous, the design is extremely clean, simplistic, yet captivating in design. The sword is longer than you'd expect it to be, falling just a few inches short of my highlander, however for its size it is incredibly well balanced. The sword has plenty of details that will definitely delight even those (like myself) who haven't played the game the design is based on.
My son is beyond thrilled with his purchase of this sword. The details on it are beautiful and he uses it daily for swordplay practice and sparing. It added greatly to his excitement that it was delivered impossibly fast after we ordered it. Thank you, Calimacil! We will be buying again in the future, I’m sure.
Elle est encore plus belle en réalité, parfaitement équilibrée, avec des détails historiques sur la garde inspirés de scerbiec, épée des rois de Pologne, ainsi que sur le pommeau, copié sur l'épé du grand maître de l'ordre teutonique au XIIIe siècle, cette épée est un condensé de l'art médiéval
Elle est très réaliste, très agréable en main et très résistante aussi, dès qu'elle est à ma portée, je ne peut m'empêcher de la faire siffler dans de grands moulinets, on la croirait prête à trancher un dragon en deux tant la lame semble aiguë !
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