Dungeon Guardian Fantasy Broad Sword w/ Scabbard
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    Unique dungeon and dragon skull theme sword with intricate metal fittings and chain. This item measures 28" overall and features a 420 stainless steel 21" blade with an antique laser rune etch. The cast metal handle is uniquely detailed with writhing serpent bodies accented by red jeweled eyes. Includes a black leather wrapped coordinating scabbard.

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    Customer Reviews|Average Rating: 4.58 out of 5

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    Reviewed by Will Avery on Nov 06, 2012   3 out of 5

    A good budget piece. Smaller than I expected, me and my lack of a yardstick for reference, but it's still visually impressive, given the price.

    The Good:
    1: It's cheap
    2: It looks pretty awesome, including the fancy elfish black markings on the blade which we don't see in the picture on the site
    3: The sheathe comes with safety chain and holster cord
    4: It makes a very theatrical sound when being drawn or sheathed

    The Bad:
    1: The grip is extremely slippery partly due to the unnecessary polish
    2: When you swing it, the pommel digs into your hand uncomfortably
    3: It's made in China, so being probably assembled by little kids, it takes a lot of building shortcuts...
    4: The peace chain is crudely made and may fall apart

    The Ugly:
    1: Plastic gems in the skull's eyes are clearly plastic and glued in, but not obvious from arm's length
    2: Even though it feels sturdy enough to have a full tang, it still wobbles around in the handle
    3: It has two cheap-looking bangly rings in the pommel for some reason, and they make an annoying sound but can be taken off with pliers
    4: The cutting edge is relatively blunt and hard to sharpen but the piercing end is very sharp and sturdy, so it's too dangerous for stage combat but along with the hilt too inconvenient for box cutting
    5: It's EXTREMELY heavy, and all the weight is in the guard
    6: It's too small to be considered a broadsword

    Overall, it makes a brilliant costume piece, but I wouldn't recommend it for much more than that. It's too dangerous for practice or play, not quite visually impressive enough for a wall hanger, and too clunky for cutting up dummies or slaying dragons.

    Reviewed by Tucker Rash on Oct 20, 2012   4 out of 5

    A more realistic rating of this sword would be a 9/10. i'm guessing it was meant to be more of a display model than used to chop stuff up.Pretty much awesome but the blade was kinda dull, coulden't cut the box it came in. For my first sword though it's sweet, and it was delivered the morning after i ordered it.

    Reviewed by Amanda Norris on Aug 09, 2012   5 out of 5

    Beautiful blade, not sure if it's long or large enough to count as a 'broad sword' though. I'm not sure about the links at the end of the hilt, but otherwise this is an amazing piece. Came peace tied & looks better than the image shown.

    Reviewed by Joshua Nagy on Aug 05, 2012   5 out of 5

    I ordered this sword on Friday and it came Sunday. I was amazed by the fast shipment. It will still fresh on my mind and I felt like a child when I saw it on the porch. This was the first sword I bought for movie props. I am very happy with my purchase! I just purchased another!

    Reviewed by Zack Wartman on Mar 14, 2012   5 out of 5

    I just got this sword yesterday, and when I took it out of the box, I was speechless. This sword is absolutely beautiful, it looks like something that was pulled straight out of a fantasy universe! The detailing work on it is flawless and it's just an amazing piece of art. I would recommend this to anyone who likes fanatical or evil looking swords, or just appreciates art in their blades. This thing is well worth $25 dollars and even more!

    Reviewed by Brandon Doig on Mar 04, 2012   5 out of 5

    For the price you pay its so worth it. love the details in this sword. Its light and sturdy. Everything you could want from a one handed sword is in this sword for sure.

    Reviewed by Mike Erickson on Feb 12, 2012   5 out of 5

    This is the best sword ever!

    -Exquisite detail for the hilt
    -Not too heavy, not to light
    -Scabbard is made of nice material
    -Scabbard has a belt clip
    -Sword fits nicely into scabbard, making a nice sound when coming in and out
    -Blade is semi-sharp (and pointy)
    -There is an unshown design that appears on the blade, just one of those black decorative stencils

    -Screws are visible (but you won't sumble upon them if you're not looking for them)
    -String was wrapped around the scabbard a bit too tight, so there is a marking in the scabbard (not too big)
    -Nothing else I could find!

    Being 15 I personally LOVE this sword! A nice pick for anybody who loves swords, middle ages, or Dungeons and Dragons!

    Reviewed by Christopher Vazquez on Aug 31, 2011   4 out of 5

    Well, it is not exactly a broad sword, more like a short sword and it is a little different looking than the picture, but that really doesn't take away from it at all. Other than that and the fact that it is a bit heavier on the back end, it is a nice sword for the price. A good show piece and has a decent edge and point but I don't think I will be using it for anything else but for display. The dragon motif on the hilt and the etchings on the blade are a nice touch. The leather covered scabbard was also a great addition.

    Reviewed by Matthew Harroll on Aug 04, 2011   4 out of 5

    It's a quite decorative short sword, it seems pretty sturdy, the blade end is a little heavy compared the the hilt end. The scabbard is covered in a leather like material, and comes with a cord wrapped around it, as well as the chain shown in the picture, the blade is scripted with black markings not shown in the picture, It's a nice display piece, for a fair price.

    Reviewed by Max Young on Sep 19, 2009   5 out of 5

    awesome sword, incredible hilt design, worth my money :D

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