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Zoro Roronoa’s Enma sword - a purple sword with golden accents and a trefoil shaped guard - resting on a grey concrete background.

FORGE YOUR STORY

Swords that create the connection between beloved series and fans.
BLUNT SWORDS SHARP SWORDS
Tanjiro Kamado’s sword from the anime Demon Slayer featuring a flame-shaped guard.

ANIME SWORDS

See your favourite Animes come to life with our real swords.
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Fusion Sword from Final Fantasy

GAME SWORDS

With our real swords YOU can be the hero from your favourite video games.
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Geralt of Rivia’s silver sword from the Witcher series, wielded by a model dressed in black.

TV SHOW SWORDS

Add the magic of your favourite TV series to your home with our authentic props.
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MOST FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What is the difference between sharp and blunt swords?

Sharp swords, also known as "battle-ready," feature sharp edges perfect for display and functional use in battle or cutting exercises. They require careful handling due to their sharpness. Blunt swords, on the other hand, have blunted edges, making them safer to handle and ideal for display and cosplay purposes.

How should I clean and maintain my sword or katana?

To ensure your high-quality carbon-crafted swords and katanas last a long time, it's crucial to maintain them properly. This involves regularly oiling them to prevent rust and cleaning them after each use. With the right care, your sword or katana will remain in pristine condition for years to come.

Can I use battle-ready katanas for cutting?

Absolutely! All our battle-ready katanas are designed for slicing and cutting, thanks to their sharp edges. However, it's important to handle them with care due to their sharpness. Proper handling ensures safety and longevity of the katana during cutting exercises.

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