Game Of Thrones Khal Drogo Arakh Full Tang Sword
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  • High-carbon steel
  • Full-tang construction
  • Carved & painted wooden hilt
  • Silkscreened display plaque
  • 39-1/2" overall length

Bring Game of Thrones to life in your own home with this officially licensed replica of Khal Drogo's Arakah. This scythe-style sword features full-tang construction of high-carbon steel with an anodized black finish. The 14" blade has a fierce curve that culminates in a deeply piercing point. The hilt is made of carved wood and meticulously hand painted to match the original as closely as possible, and a silkscreened wooden wall mount display plaque complete with the Dothraki symbol is included.

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 3.00 out of 5
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What everyone is wondering Reviewed by Chaz Roe on Jul 05, 2015   3 out of 5

Ok, first I'll start with that there is no such thing as a wall-hanger in my book so if it is designed and made with the required combat ready requirements such as full tang and high carbon steel; I'm gonna put it to work. So here's the skinny; the sword is big and slightly complex in that it would take practice to wield effectively. It comes with a false edge but thanks to a shop in town I had a real one added on the outside. The drawback to this weapon lies in the lacquered handle, and the weighted blade makes for a different balance point. So overall if you get it add a edge, and next get some non slip extra grip gloves or leather ones, lastly practice and start with slow small moves. I have tried a few test cuts on both a cardboard and plastic bottles and hot water to make it easier, and it still mostly bats instead of slash. this leads me to believe that I may require a more stable weighted target.

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