Noble Knife Throwing Knives Epic Armoury

Rogues & Assassins

Rogues share a lot in terms of skills and methods. They are a pragmatic lot that will use any advantage they can get to achieve their goal, and don’t hesitate to rely on ruse, stealth, and deception to get closer to their victims.
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Nobles & Merchants

In LARP, nobles and merchants characters are sharing some similarities, often conflated together by stereotypes and caricatural cliches. We all saw those pompous, hedonistic, prideful and self-important characters despising everything that is common or bellow them, shunning physical work and boasting with an almost cartoonish sense of entitlement.
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Noble Knife

A19849

Regular price$11.00
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Description

This short and elegant throwing knife is inspired by a medieval stiletto. Made in foam, this LARP weapon is the perfect blade for a gentleman thief, a noble scoundrel, a fancy rogue, or a well prepared knight. Small and subtle, this knife can be hiden in a boot or a pocket, making it a perfect backup weapon.

Characteristics

  • Length: 22 cm (8 1/2 in)
  • Latex free
  • No core
  • Polyurethane foam

Made in India by Epic Armoury

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Rogues & Assassins

Rogues share a lot in terms of skills and methods. They are a pragmatic lot that will use any advantage they can get to achieve their goal, and don’t hesitate to rely on ruse, stealth, and deception to get closer to their victims.
Discover the collection

Nobles & Merchants

In LARP, nobles and merchants characters are sharing some similarities, often conflated together by stereotypes and caricatural cliches. We all saw those pompous, hedonistic, prideful and self-important characters despising everything that is common or bellow them, shunning physical work and boasting with an almost cartoonish sense of entitlement.
Discover the collection

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