In old-Norse, ‘Krieger‘ is the name given to fierce warriors that have seen and survived many battles. This Viking axe displays symbolism of the wolf, distinguishing itself by its unique style and for what it represents. This axe made its first appearance in the hands of a group of Viking veterans on a distant island called Arisan. The rumours concerning theses axes were that they had been especially enchanted to be Wolfsegen, special talismans known to grant power over wolves and werewolves. Wether or not these are just legends, when you do meet a group of guards of the great Jarl, a wandering skald or even just one Viking with a Krieger in his possession, I can only offer you one piece of advice: stay wary, as this may be your last battle! Such is the reputation of this fabulous weapon!
Celtic warriors will appreciate the design of this axe as well as its use as a tool. Many druids, shapeshifters and barbarians may use this weapon as it will bring them closer to their animal side. Finally, due to its intricate details and fine engravings, this axe can be used as a ceremonial piece, or as a gift to a foreign ruler as a sign of peace.
Weight (g): One hand : 695; Two Hands : 890
Total Length (cm): One hand : 68; Two Hands : 98
Grip length (cm): 22
Staff Length (cm): One Hand 36; Two Hands : 66
Head width (cm): 20
Material: Fiberglass, Calimacil Foam