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FOSSHAPE 300 is a fantastic heat activated fabric that is soft and pliable and can be shaped into permanent objects when exposed to steam or heat. Applications include: costuming, lightweight props, theatre and set design work, scenic craft-work, puppetry, millinery headpieces and mask. This is half the weight of the 600 (come on you knew that already didn't you?) and is great for all sorts of things.
FOSSHAPE 600 is a fantastic heat activated fabric that is soft and pliable and can be shaped into permanent objects when exposed to steam or heat. Applications include: costuming, lightweight props, theatre and set design work, scenic craft-work, puppetry, millinery headpieces and mask.
OK confession time here. I have lusted, yes LUSTED, over this sword for years now, AND HERE IT IS IN THE FLESH!! (Well not flesh so to speak more steel) The highly popular Swords of the Ancients collection, created in 1997, has become legendary the world over among collectible sword enthusiasts who want only the finest designs and highest quality.
Spider Blades. This here beauty has a blade on each leg as well as for the pincers.Just a little bit frighting.
Whomsoever takes up this blade shall wield power eternal. Just as the blade rends flesh, so must power scar the spirit.
— The inscription on Frostmourne's pedestal
Frostmourne was the runeblade that Ner'zhul, the Lich King, thrust from the Frozen Throne, intending that Arthas Menethil — his unwitting potential host — would discover it on the continent of Northrend. It was wielded by Arthas, the new Lich King, until it was destroyed following his defeat in Icecrown Citadel. No one knows where the remnants of Frostmourne are now.
Except you and I do, cos its here on this website, available in all its frosty glory and oozing with absolute freakin coolness.
SPECIAL PRICE What can one say... this is just FRIGGEN AWESOME!!!!! (Please note the gratuitous overuse of exclamation marks)
OK its not actually the blade that we see in Advent Children but it is one seriously cool sword......except its not just ONE blade, its actually 4 seriously cool blades in one. The photos simply do not do this one Justice.
Ok so confession is good for the soul, or so they say, and the thing is that that name is one I just made up...but it sure sounds a whole lot better than 'the blades that look like Wolverines that are being held by a skeleton', well at least I thinks so. Anyhow one thing is for certain you would NOT want to be wearing these when you are trying to scratch you butt!! Yeow!!
Shadowmourne is a legendary two-handed axe which is a quest reward from Neutral 15. It is available exclusively to warriors, paladins, and death knights.
More to the point, this is a freakin' cool looking axe wot should be on your wall. Seriously this thing is MASSIVE, and detailed and did I mention just how COOL this thing is? It has two skull thingies so that's gotta be good right? And a blade with sticky out bits to catch someones soft bits and do untold damage to them - nice!
The Buster Sword is a weapon that first appeared in Final Fantasy VII and has since appeared in several other games in the series. It is Cloud Strife's trademark weapon, and was wielded before him by Zack Fair and Angeal Hewley. The Buster Sword serves as an iconic image for Cloud and Final Fantasy VII due to its massive size and is wielded by Cloud in most of his appearances. The Buster Sword's origins are revealed with Angeal Hewley as its original owne. Angeal eventually entrusts the Buster Sword to Zack as a symbol of passing on his honor and dreams. When Zack is gunned down outside Midgar, he passes on the Buster Sword to Cloud, naming him his living legacy and proof of his life.