Pirates & Corsairs

In LARP, pirates can lean on different stereotypes depending on the setting and the mood of the play. They can be festive, open-minded, and social characters full of far-fetched tales, drinking stories, and eccentric superstitions.
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Rangers

Rangers are often depicted as lone wolves, stoic silent types, or antisocial wild characters more at ease with animals than people. They may also be heavily influenced by the idea of the hunt, seeing things through a predator-prey lense, or adopting a very pragmatic mindset revolving around survival.
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Denix

English Musket

A1035

Regular price $295.00 CAD Save $-295.00 CAD
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Description

This long English military musket is a historical reproduction made for reenactment and LARP. It is possible to put firecrackers and detonate them with the trigger. As a full-size service weapon, this firearm suits any character with a military background, may it be as a simple soldier, a sniper, or a militiaman. It can also be used by hunters or poachers.

Characteristics

  • 140 cm (55 in)
  • 1853-1867 British inspiration
  • The barrel is full and not functional for shooting
  • Made of real wood and metal

Made in Spain by Denix

 

Pirates & Corsairs

In LARP, pirates can lean on different stereotypes depending on the setting and the mood of the play. They can be festive, open-minded, and social characters full of far-fetched tales, drinking stories, and eccentric superstitions.
Discover the collection

Rangers

Rangers are often depicted as lone wolves, stoic silent types, or antisocial wild characters more at ease with animals than people. They may also be heavily influenced by the idea of the hunt, seeing things through a predator-prey lense, or adopting a very pragmatic mindset revolving around survival.
Discover the collection