Human Kingdom LARP Collection from Medieval Collectables
In the capital of Antioch is where the table of the kings can be found, a place where the leaders of the human kingdoms form an ancient alliance against external threats. Despite a few problems, this alliance succeeds in enforcing the human values of honor, order and justice across its borders. "The blood that we shed to protect the alliance of the human kingdoms shows the pride that we feel for our cultures. We will fight for honor and justice in order to keep the peace within our borders”, King Buhler II, before the war of the Three Kingdoms. There you will find: squire, knight, paladin, Shogun samurai as well as several soldiers from different cultures in the alliance. The source of different human cultures results in a vast collection of different weapons such as the sword, the katana, the halberd, the lance and the Lithuanian firearms.
The Malchus, The Falchion Sword is, like all of Calimacils weapons, tested and balanced for combat. The Malchus, The Falchion Sword has a fiberglass core giving it strength and durability and measures 37 inches long.
On Sale For: $125.00
The first Great Master, Hugues de Payens, and eight other Templars, among which Godefroi de Saint-Omer, created the order of the Templars in 1118. One of the symbols of the Templars, two people riding one horse.
The Eights, this is how the personal guard of King Buhler his named. For their entire lives these warriors were trained to become members of the royal guard. This Edgar II The Guardians Sword belonged to the previous captain.
On Sale For: $135.00
The squires were young men who were assigned to a knight. Their role was to take care of the equipment and the horse of their Masters. In the presence of his knight, a squire learned the rudiments of knighthood.
On Sale For: $64.00
This new sword is based on the traditions of Japanese Katana and Shirasaya swords. It is part of a set of deadly Calimacil Asian weapons that include the standard katana blade.
On Sale For: $79.00
This custom of sine effusione sanguinis appears to be based almost entirely on a lesser-known part of the Bayeaux Tapestry which depicts Bishop Odo wielding a club-like mace at the Battle of Hastings.
On Sale For: $79.00
The Gladius, Latin for sword, was used by the Romans between the 4th Century B.C. and the 2nd Century A.D. Its length was traditionally between 64cm and 81cm, an aspect that this LARP version copies to great effect.
The design of this naturally balanced sword has perfect weight and length and is influenced by the Sanguis Swords that were used during the battle of Agincourt which took their name from the Latin word for Blood.
On Sale For: $72.00