Darksword 1321 - Nomad Ranger Sword Closeout Special (Sharpened)*Be the first one to write a review
ONLY A FEW LEFT!
Final closeout sale on this discontinued sword - in addition to $75 off and free shipping (USA and Canada), also includes free sharpening service (standard wood core scabbard version)
As Darksword Armory swords continue to get more ornate, complex - and consequentially move towards the higher end of the sword market - some of the older classic models need to make way for the new.. This sword is one of the models to be discontinued - and so to clear the stock is being liquidated at a previously unheard of price..
So from now until it is sold out and gone for good, you can pick this sword up with a $75 discount - PLUS as usual you still get FREE SHIPPING and FREE SHARPENING! Don't miss out - once they are sold out they are gone for good..
Please note: This version has the basic wood core, leather wrapped scabbard option.
THE NOMAD SWORD
Rangers are a fantasy character ‘archetype,’ idealized warriors who fight with honour and have a deep and abiding respect for nature. From Strider and the Dunedain Rangers in Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings novels to Drizzt Do’Urden in the Forgotten Realms books, Rangers are one of the most popular characters in fantasy fiction and role-playing games. Frequently depicted as the “lone warrior” character fighting in the shadows against evil, Rangers fight with sword, knife and bow, and are talented in all manner of wilderness and tracking skills. Friend of elves and other mystical creatures, they have a tendency to wander the land alone in search of injustice. Hence the name of this Ranger-inspired weapon, ‘The Nomad'.
A weapon well-suited to a transient lifestyle, the Nomad is a hand and a half sword with superb balance – the POB at 1.3″ makes it feel alive in the hands, appropriate for a warrior who prefers striking fast from the shadows and then fading into them once more. The guard has a stylized leaf emblem at the base of the blade, perhaps a sign of elvish work or inspiration. The long fullered blade loosely resembles the Ranger sword carried by Strider in the Lord of the Rings movies, but is not firmly based on any one fictional Ranger’s weapon. This makes the Nomad ideal for any collector who is a Ranger at heart.