This is a prop sword inspired by the Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. It is cast as one piece from epoxy resin and fiberglass, then nicks and cuts are carved into the blade and hilt. The sword is hand painted with metallic blue, silver, and gold paint and is given a faux rust finish. The grip is wrapped in a "weathered" faux suede cloth.
The edges of the gold jewel on the hilt and the hand guard have Hylian runes carved into them. The Triforce is etched into the blade.
Due to the handmade nature of this sword, each piece is unique. While similar, the sword that you receive will be different than the one in the pictures.
This Master Sword is designed after the rusted sword seen in the latest Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild trailer. While it can be used as a costume prop, it's more intended to be a display piece.
Because of its construction, this Master Sword is 100% "convention safe" meaning you can take it to any convention and it should pass weapons check. It has no metal in its construction, no sharp edges and a dull tip. Check the convention's rules to be sure though!
This sword NOT intended for LARP or any real combat.
This is for the sword only, no sheath.
Total Length: 40
Blade Length: 30 inches
Hilt width (measured at the tips of the "wings"): 8.75 inches
Weight: approx 1.5 lbs
Voting for the awards ended today, and as you can see, three out of the five games nominated are Nintendo-related. To find out who won, we'll have to wait for the BBC Radio 1 Teen Awards to take place on Oct. 22nd. You can keep tabs on the winners over at this page.
Thanks to CM30 for the heads up!
Even though Zelda: Breath of the Wild is a number of months old, we'll keep this information after a jump. There's a ton to do in the game, and it's easy to understand how some players may not have reached the ending yet.
We have fixed the issue in Pack 1: The Master Trials of the Expansion Pass, in which defeating certain enemies for Kilton was not counted toward completion when playing in Master Mode.
In-game items can now be obtained from launching the software from certain articles distributed through a new News channel ("The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild – Tips from the Wild") which can be accessed through News on the Home menu.
This channel is expected to open on 8/9/2017.
Depending on your game progress and location, certain items may not be obtainable.
Various fixes to improve gameplay.
I can find some of these Nendoroids to be cute, but overall, they aren't my thing. I might pick up one or two at some point, but is there anyone out there who has kept up with the entire line?!