Safe foam fake weapon designed for LARP combat, cosplay, theater and film.
This elf inspired curved dagger will be favoured by noble sires, fey-blooded thieves, magical craftsmen, or stealthy sylvan warriors alike. This latex blade is perfect for elven characters, noble rogues, and elegant mages in LARP.
The bandit leader watched as a ridiculously small group returned from the caravan raid, all of them looking quite bloodied and very afraid. She was expecting some fear from her followers, but these dared return empty-handed, while they should know better than to disappoint her. This made no sense at all! Her scout had told her the caravan had almost no guards, only a few merchants and artisans travelling with riches and supplies. They were defenceless. Grabbing a haggard brigand by the collar, the increasingly angry leader asked for an explanation, and what she was given was a precious lesson about picking her targets.
Sure, the caravan had no soldier and was indeed very wealthy, but that should have been a sign that there was more there than what simply met the eyes. The scout had failed to report the caravan was accompanied by an elf’s couple, traders covered in flowing silk and shining silver. Apparently, those two were the reason no one bothered to hire guards. As soon as the attack began, they both jumped from their saddles and unsheathed pairs of long elven knives, fighting with the kind of speed and efficiency no one would expect from simple merchants. Of course, most merchants couldn’t live a few centuries, but elves had this tendency of just acquiring skills over their long lifetime, and the bandit crew simply didn’t stand a chance faced by this duo of experienced adventurers turned silk traders. That was a blunder this bandit gang would never truly recover from.