You strike your sword against your rounded shield, shouting alongside your legionaries outside the gates of Syracuse. Inside, their people are filled with terror, deafened by your army’s trumpets and noise. Arrows rain down and you and your fellow soldiers form a barrier with your shields.
There is nothing that can stop you. The design of your shield allows you to stand in close formation, advancing on their defenders and dispatching them quickly. Even if an arrow should find its way through the cracks, your Troy Helmet will keep you protected.
Epic Armoury’s Troy Helmet is a steel helmet inspired by the armour worn by the ancient hoplites. Featuring a horsehair plumed crest and protective cheek- and nasal-guards, this round steel-capped helmet is both impressive and practical. The shape of the helmet provides exceptional protection while granting the wearer clear vision.
Secure the Troy Helmet by tightening the leather strap beneath the chin, keeping the helmet in place. Made of 1 mm thick galvanized mild steel and top-grain leather straps and fittings, this armour piece is built to withstand the abuse of a LARP or reenactment with regular leather and metal armour care.
Your Knight’s Code is one of valor, truth and courage. You are tasked with defending the innocent and the weak, and today your oath is being tested. Outside of town there has been a bandit attack on a merchant and his family, and it’s up to you to rescue them.
Your squire straps your Sallet onto your head over the weight of your chainmail coif, and with a prayer to your god you and your small unit strike out onto the road.
When you accepted this quest to steal a goblin horde’s loot, you’d honestly figured that the townsfolk had been exaggerating about the numbers. Sure, you thought. They probably think a goblin horde is only a handful of the little buggers. Nope. Turns out that when townsfolk say a horde, they mean at least sixty.
Really, they should have called it an army.
Oh well. The best plan you can manage with this bit of news is to disguise yourself as a goblin and join the ranks--just until you can get your hands on the treasure, in any case. That is assuming no one realizes the face you are using isn’t originally your own.
Epic Armoury’s Goblin Trophy Mask is a face mask designed to look like the torn away face of a goblin. Hide your face behind the stolen one of a defeated enemy, kept as a disguise or a tool to frighten your opponents. Made from 100% natural latex, this mask covers the whole face with roomy holes around the eyes, nostrils, and mouth for comfort and speech.
The face itself is narrow with a long pointed nose. Wrinkles and jagged edges give it the realistic appearance of having been torn away from the face of the victim. The complexion is a dark green with black shading.
Secure the mask to your face using the adjustable leather cords. Customize the mask’s appearance with Epic Effects Water-Based Makeup.
Similar in use to the historical practice of human trophy collecting
Remains of the deceased were collected to demonstrate dominance or to commemorate
Goblins first appeared in stories during the Middle Ages, and were typically described as small, greedy creatures with magical abilities
A place to put your helmet so it doesn't wander off. They do that sometimes.
This Epic Armoury Helmet Stand is a great way to display our helmets in your shop, booth, or in your own home. The stand is made from mild steel, providing weight and structure necessary to support a heavy helmet, keeping the helmet safe from potential damage--and making it look good on your shelf, too!
Directions for use:
Metal armour should never be stored on the ground where it can collect moisture and dirt. Use this stand in order to prolong the lifespan of your steel or leather helmet.
Always check your equipment before and after each use. Remember to treat with oil regularly, and to store in a dry place.