The jedi were protectors of peace and Justice for over a 1000 years in the old Republic, before the dark times, before the Empire. During the fall of the Republic in the Clone Wars a shield such as this may well have come in handy for fighting those pesky Droidekas.
@@@ NEW REDUCED PRICE @@@ OK these swords are LEGENDARY! From the heart-warming story of bloody vengeance wherein the sweet Bride seeks payback on those what wronged her bad, comes these babies. Forged by the Samurai Sword smith Hattori Hanzō, they are said to be the finest blades he ever made. If you are a fan of the Movies (and who isn’t?) then collecting these is a must. You get all three sword and there is no need to fight Bud, or Elle or Bill to get hold of them. And you must know that concidering she knows the Five-Point-Palm Exploding-Heart-Technique, getting the Brides sword was never gonna happen anyways!!
The ONE the only Keyblade (aside from all the other keyblades of course) but this is the one we all know and love.
OK so it would be so very easy and tempting to say that this Master Sword is just like all the others, except they are all different! This is the form used in the Twilight Princess game but is the more traditional blue/yellow combination.
Yet another Master Sword, (Gosh dosn't Link ever hold onto the same sword?) from the ever popular video game. This one is very nice with gold accents on the hilt/guard area and of course the Tri force symbol engraved onto the blade itself.
From legendary sword designer Kit Rae come this awesome blade is from his famed 'Swords of the Ancients' collection. This blade is rumored to be marked with specific runes which allows the wielder to become invisible and the orb contained in the clawed pommel allows them to see that which is hidden or shadowed. Which is a couple of pretty useful traits. For more information visit www.kitrae.net and check out his other designs and art work. This sword is no longer in production so this is the only one available folks.
Alright alright I get it!! Superman doesn't actually need a shield cos hes pretty friggen invulnerable anyway, but... you are missing the point. The symbol is the crest of his family (El) and it stands for Hope. So why would they not have a shield with the old family crest on it to put about the fireplace or nuclear furnace?
Star Wars has created a rich Universe with varied characters and diverse backstories that keep changing as time goes by. One of the more interesting are the Mandalorians who this shield was inspired by. Featuring the symbol of Mandalor this item is one for the true fan.
So in a creepy kinda twist in the classic childrens tale "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe" our heroes encounter Father Christmas, who turns out to be a sort of Weapons dealer....I mean come on....oh wait a minute....sells weapons...Hmmmm...nope nothing to see here folks....as you were then....this is a cool looking shield. Get em while they are hot!!