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Man at Arms creates real life Frostmourne

Frostmourne hungers! The webseries, Man at Arms, has heard your pleas to create iconic weapon that stole Arthas Menethil’s soul. The star of the series, Tony Swatton, is a self educated Blacksmith (that’s pretty cool that he did not need to talk to any blacksmith trainers to learn his craft) who has been making weapons and props for a myriad of movies. You can see his handiwork in movies such as The Hunger Games, Thor, Beowulf, Alice in Wonderland, Pirates of the Carribbean: Dead Man’s Chest, Van Helsing, and many more.

Frostmourne hungers!

He owns a studio called The Sword and Stone which is located in Burbank, CA. You can use the website to browse his fine wares and even buy some merchandise. He has all manner of breastplates, gauntlets, shields, swords, and axes to look at.

In the gaming world, Tony Swatton is best known for his Man at Arms series. This is where he creates real life renditions of weapons from famous TV shows, anime, and video games. Some of his past work includes: Sephiroth’s Masamune, Halo’s energy sword, the Pokemon Honedge, King Leonidas’ sword, Edward Elric’s alchemist spear, Chrom’s Falchion, Thor’s Mjolnir, Hit Girl’s detachable sword, and many more. The list goes on and on. If you haven’t had a chance to take a gander at his work, you should take this opportunity to see how these fine gadgets are made and if they are any useful in a real fight. What’s really great about his show is the fact that it isn’t some reality TV show with forced drama. It is done in a documentary style so the viewers can have a vivid picture of the work and effort that it takes for crafting these finely made specimens.

Source: Man at Arms

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