As the UK customs has been confiscating our parcels (bladed weapons, crossbows, archery equipment), we had to stop to ship to the UK unfortunately.
Do you have a little knight at home who dreams about conquering a castle and protecting his kingdom with a sword? We have good news for both you and your little one! All you need is a weapon and armour. But how to keep everyone safe? Don’t worry! We know how to create a safe, medieval world in which nobody gets hurt. Let the adventure begin!
The mystery of the Spear of Destiny has fascinated people for centuries. This relic is associated with the crucifixion of Jesus Christ and has since become the subject of incredible interest. Everyone would like to know who owned the weapon after the day of crucifixion on Golgotha. In this article, we will explore various myths and speculations associated with the weapon.
In the Middle Ages, the sword became a common weapon and the symbol of knighthood. As infantry became more and more important in the late Middle Ages, the shape and use of swords slightly changed, but the importance of swords did not fade.