Noble Mace Maces & Warhammers Epic Armoury
Noble Mace Maces & Warhammers Epic Armoury

Divine

Fantasy has been influenced by this idea of an era of faith, and the divine is largely present in most fictional worlds set in medieval times. It is not surprising to see many divine and religious archetypes being adapted into play, nor is it to see many fantasy character classes in LARP expanding from these historical roots.
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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 Mace

A16831

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Description

This imposing war mace ressembles a royal sceptre, symbol of power and monarchy. Wielded in combat, this large LARP latex weapon will perfectly suit any noble warrior, paladin, holy knight, royal honor guard, or great king. Despite it ceremonial appearance, this is no mere symbol of royal might, and this weapon will impose its will with crushing force.

Characteristics

  • Length: 95 cm (37 1/2 in)
  • Fiberglass core
  • Latex
  • EVA foam

Made in India by Epic Armoury

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Divine

Fantasy has been influenced by this idea of an era of faith, and the divine is largely present in most fictional worlds set in medieval times. It is not surprising to see many divine and religious archetypes being adapted into play, nor is it to see many fantasy character classes in LARP expanding from these historical roots.
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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