Dorgen's Hammer (DOX30FSESX)
In the midst an epic battle, Dorgen Largebellows crushed the skull of his enemy in a single swing. His hammer had once again brought down a foe. Raising his head - and beard - high, the warrior looked at what was left of the horde in front of him. He held his hammer high, threatening. In a moment, all were fleeing and he was left alone.
Years before those events, the Dwarf had the great idea to forge himself a hammer fitting to his ambitions. He declared that this idea was a great one, and that they should wait and see the results. After months of hard work, he had the weapon to prove he was the greatest blacksmith, and ready for battle.
The man who passes the sentence should swing the sword, says my father. But to do that, I would need a sword! The great sword of my dad, which he uses to blindly administer the justice of the North, should stay in his hands for at least a few decades... Almost all my family members have their weapon, even my false brother, even my sister! Will I need to cross battlefields, rivers, countless dangerous encounters before I get my hands on one? I think even a marriage would be easier! But I will have it, one day, the sword that will make everyone jealous: my family, and even those rich neighbours. They shall see!
Perfect for dwarven characters, this hammer will also suit brutes of a more rough nature, such as Trolls, barbarians and other monsters. Great to show some status and prestige, this LARP weapon is adapted to noblemen and women alike. However, it can also be used by the more common folk, like stoneworkers who enjoy their work.
Here are some additional pictures of this marvelous War Hammer:
-length: 32" or 82 cm
-weight: 27.4 oz or 775 g
-foam weight: Calimacil proprietary composition, lightweight, sturdy, distributes force
-foam thickness depth to core on striking surface: +5/8"
-foam thickness depth to core on all non-striking surfaces: +3/8"
-core composition: fiberglass rod
-striking surface: flat with edge bevels
-core capped with a fiber matrix to prevent tearing or splitting of the foam