There I am and always have been, holding the one and only sword my existence would allow. I always have been, and still, I do not exist... yet. This sunless world is bleak and dark. But I do not feel pain, nor anguish, or even the weight of my armor. All I sense is my powerful steed thumping the ground in a muffled thunder behind me. The horse is a part of me, and I, a part of it... We are four. We are ready.
Let them sound the seven trumpets.
This work of art is an original design from our team of designers at Calimacil. The inspiration came from the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. Every part of the handle is highly detailed, from the Chainmail of the Knight in the pommel visible to the two demonic horses heads in the guard. There is always a new detail to discover. It features the Fine Double Fuller Blade II which is the perfect balance between sharpness and safety.
This sword with its royal details is perfect for knights, noblemen, and lords, from our realm or from far away. However, the sword itself is calling any devilish characters to wield it up and bring the apocalypse to life or any other ill intents.
Weight (g): 575
Total Length (cm): 108
Blade Length (cm): 81
Blade Tickness (cm): 2
Blade color: Steel
Blade Type: Double Fuller Fine II
Handle Length (cm): 17
Grip length (cm): 28
Cross guard width (cm): 20
Material: fiberglass, Calimacil Foam
As a first purchase from Calimacil, I am extreme satisfied. The sword itself is gorgeous and has no blemishes in sight. The handle is beautiful and the guard is surprisingly sturdy. The whole thing is expertly crafted and seems very durable. It's an amazing product and I'll definitely come back for more!
If I had one complaint it would be the shipping though. It took nearly 5 weeks for me to receive it. However, it was well worth the wait and most likely not their fault. I just got unlucky on my end.
Absolutely STUNNING product, meh shipping, great customer service. The Harbinger is the prime example of Calimacil's quality!
I didn't even hesitate after seeing the email notification. The crossguard alone had earned my purchase, and I do not regret that one bit. The only complaint I can levy against this fine sword is that the decorated upper third of the grip is NOT comfortable in a bare hand. Then again, I'm beginning to think I'm just spoiled after buying the Geralt Steel Sword.
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