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Warhammer 40K Chainsword
For the Emperor!
This handy dandy chainsword is ideal in those situations where you simply have to eviscerate every greenskin and heretic in the room.
WoW: Fangs of the Devourer
Unleash your inner rogue with this combat safe, hand built Fangs of the Devourer dagger from ever so popular video game, World of Warcraft.
This is the Shadowblade variant of the artifact weapon and is available in green, blue, purple or aqua. Other variants probably become available over time, but as this one is the best looking (in my opinion) I've done this one first.
Skyrim: Iron War Axe
One thing you need when roaming the frozen wastes of your favourite con is a reliable weapon. This Iron War Axe has been freshly looted from an unfortunate roadside bandit just for you. A quick examination of it reveals the following stats;
Eva Foam for lightness and durability
Steel core for rigidity
Base Damage: 8
Price: 30 Septims
Approximately 9" x 19" x 2"
If this was a real magic sword you'd probably have to battle an enraged fire elemental atop a sinking pile of rubble in the middle of a magma cave. You'd have climb down a ridiculous maze of improbable rock structures to get there. You'd have to step over the bodies of your fallen comrades to tear your prize from the slowly cooling fingers of your defeated foe.
Sure, you're on an island that is sinking into lava, and your comrades are all dead but you have the loot.
It's all yours.
You deserve this.
It's loot card would be purple.
Maybe even orange!
Mary Mallon's Cleaver
This weapon once belonged to the infamous Mary "Typhoid Mary" Mallon. How it came to be in the Peculiartifacts workshop is something of a mystery but after a handful of... unfortunate accidents... it is time for it move on.
This is a blade so pestilent, so utterly vile that even a scratch will inflict horrific malady upon the unfortunate victim. Light and fast, this is an excellent offhand weapon for striking after a parry or block.
Whether you're slaughtering promiscuous teens at a camp by a crystal clear lake or rescuing your 16-bit girlfriend from a house soon to be splattered with the remains of innumerable demonic horrors, this hand made mask has you covered... or at least, it has your face covered.
Whatever else you wear with it is up to you.
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Peculiartifacts was founded in Huddersfield in 2017 and is dedicated to providing high quality replica props and weapons at affordable prices. From axe to zweihander, Peculiartifacts has you covered.
All Peculiartifacts weaponry is combat safe and are built and painted by hand. Commissions are also taken so please get in touch is you're after something special, otherwise, you'll find the catalogue on the next slide.
"Amazing and unique piece. A must have for any true Space Marine and Warhammer 40,000 fan! "
"The seller worked very well with me and got me the piece very fast for one of my soldiers. He really went above and beyond. Great service, great product. "
"Great detail!! Battle damage is awesome and I can’t wait to show it off. "
"Excellent craftsmanship Mark did a fantastic job I'm very happy with my chainsword."
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Handbuilt cosplay and LARP supplies
Mark was born in Huddersfield in the early Eighties and has lived there ever since.
Mark studied art at school and college. At that time he wanted to become the next (or the actual) Mark Gibbons. That didn’t happen. He also briefly studied psychology and English.
Events, good and bad, have shaped him and his style, but they have never defined him. He’s happily married to his beautiful wife, and they have an even more beautiful daughter. If you were to ask him directly, he’d tell you that he was born with the Devil’s own luck.
Mark’s influences include Dave McKean, Clive Barker and Les Edwards. He’s had the pleasure of meeting them all. He forgot how to talk immediately after starting a conversation with Dave McKean, he was invited to crash with Clive Barker if he ever found himself in LA and Les Edwards gave him the best piece of professional advice he’s ever ignored.
Thematically, Mark’s work and styles vary greatly. He does what he feels like, when he feels like it. He hates the idea that art has to be ‘about’ something. He hates the idea that there should be a message to convey. For Mark, art exists for its own sake. He likes exploring the macabre, the sinister, and the downright silly. He created the occasional comic, TPCA, and is threatening one day to murder sci-fi and horror classics by importing them into the TPCA universe and producing graphic novels of them. He also enjoys painting landscapes and he’s a sucker for Constable.
He hopes people enjoy his art. That’s it. If there is a message to be taken away from his work it’s this: he’d like people to make up their own stories about it. That’s how legends are born.
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