Video: Meet the man who makes giant 6 feet long, 100 pound medieval swords

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Considered as a weapon of bravery once, Swords are nowadays evident as home-décor and props in the movies. However, most of the swords are master-crafted to serve the same purpose: Uh! Actual killing.

   
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Meet Michaelcthulhu, the man who makes swords and other weapons that are so insanely huge that they might not serve a practical purpose, but are fantastic enough to feature in entertaining videos.

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Don’ call it Cosplay! This muscular, Irish man is one amongst the world’s premiere builders of huge swords replicating the ones found in video games and animation programs.

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As demonstrated in the photo, the gargantuan weapons are as tall as 6ft long and as heavy as 100lbs, making them a lot heavier for you to swing unless you are an IronMan or your arms stronger than him. Other than their gigantic size, the swords are imparted with unique shapes inspired from your favorite video game characters. Nevertheless, their extra-ordinary design doesn’t play down the fact that almost all of them are stupidly huge and ridiculously impractical for the hell of it.

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What’s more? The man builds each sword himself, beginning with enormous metal chunks which are meticulously cut, welded, and sharpened to grow 6-feet tall. At last, finishing touch is given, all depending upon your requirements. In fact, adhering to your special demands such as incorporating an ornate handle or any other decoration- could take nearly months to complete.

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Moreover, most of Michaelcthulhu’s projects are private commissions requested via social media. So, if you want to order those sharp blades for yourself, send him a direct message but remember the price tags are most likely to match their vast size. Always booked with orders, the giant sword maker says that you might have to wait for a while before he could take your order and build one for you.

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