Agrippa II rapier
My name is Baltasar De La Rosa and I'm here to destroy your life like you ruined mine. You do not know me but 25 years ago you slaughtered my family and besmirched the honour of our name. Unfortunately, your men missed a small child hidden in a secret cupboard...
"En Garde" traitor and prepare to taste the cold steel of my rapier! I've trained day and night for the last twenty years under the best Spanish disciples of Grand Master Aggripa for the sole reason of piercing your heart. One by one, I've tracked your associates and exacted the most furious of revenge upon them. Ahh, you finally understand... The fear that shows on your face is only the beginning of a long, painful journey, I promise you that.
A typical civilian weapon of the Renaissance, this rapier screams for the deft hands of a taunting duelist whose silvered tongue is as sharp as her blade. Musketeers, pirates and elven nobles will want to arm themselves with one to vanquish their adversaries with its superior speed and agility.
This rapier, the first one manufactured by Calimacil, was designed with a special rod that grants great flexibility to the flat side of the blade while retaining a certain rigidity on the edges and tip. This allows safe thrusting and slashing attacks as well as parries.
This original, innovative design for a thrusting weapon will revolutionize Live Action Role Playing, fencing practice and stage fighting.
Total length: 107cm
Blade length: 81cm
All items made by the manufacturer "Calimacil" are hand-crafted in Canada. We´re always trying to keep every item in stock, unfortunately there may still be waiting periods up to 10 weeks for out of stock items.
Disclaimer: All items shown here were especially designed to safely portray fights in controlled environments like liveroleplay events, theater stages etc.. The foam weapons are made with a glass reinforced plastic rod as a core, fully encapsulated in soft foam to avoid injuries.
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