With this wand, you discovered that elemental air was more than a mere nothing, that there was so much more to it the way it sustains us all than simply sucking it up like some sort of truffling pig.
And with this new chemical light, your central nitre shall be the talk of alchemy for decades to come!
"The elemental magicks are too powerful to be harnessed without some sort of conduit, which is why the magical wands were designed. Powerful magical filters that allowed mortal races to harness the wild energies that flowed around the planes. This wand is one such conduit."
Epic armory wands, with a wooden core, are designed to be low maintenance and stylish from the get-go. With a highly detailed, hand painted grip and varnished wood, that can be separated from one another, there is a high degree of details present and lots of options for customization possible. Wands with a wooden core share the same dimensions as such, cores and sheath can be interchanged between one another in order to create the exact type of wand that you are looking for. This means that if you have bought two wands, you have a total of 4 different variations available.
Wands from fantasy fiction such as Harry Potter serve as the inspiration for these wands
Magic Wands show up in many different forms of fiction as a tool for wizards or as powerful tools of mass destruction
Inspired by fantasy fiction, these wands have been infused with personality, that reflects the wielder or the spells contained within.
Zero Point Energy Field Manipulator measures 2-feet long.
Features glowing orange LEDs and 4 unique sounds taken directly from the video game!
Created directly form the digital data supplied by Valve and fully accurate and authentic to the model from Half-Life 2, it's the Half-Life 2 Gravity Gun 1:1 Scale Prop Replica! The Gravity Gun, also known as the Zero Point Energy Field Manipulator, is a full-size, 1:1 scale model of the tractor-beam weapon featured in the Half-Life video games. It measures nearly 2-feet long and features glowing orange LEDs, 2 handles, 2 triggers, and 4 unique sounds directly from the video game. As a bonus, a carefully concealed fold-away kick-stand allows you to display your Gravity Gun on the shelf or desktop when not in use. Requires 3x "C" batteries, not included.
Founded in 1985 and based in New Jersey, NECA (National Entertainment Collectibles Association) is a worldwide leader in the design, development, and marketing of collector toys and consumer products. Its many first-class offerings cover a spectrum of genre, licensed properties, and types of merchandise, and are sold in more than 50 countries on 6 continents. In NECAÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s gigantic selection, there really is Ã¢â‚¬Å“something for everyoneÃ¢â‚¬Â!
The guys at ThinkGeek are expertss on geek style. After all, they've been churning out geeky shirts long before it was cool to be a geek. So it should be no surprise that one day during a secret meeting in the dark catacombs beneath the ThinkGeek World Domination HQ the discussion strayed toward geeky apparel that they hadn't yet covered. That's when Chwat took a paper cut to the chest. A big, massive paper cut. And you know how those suckers hurt. UX Designer down! It was immediately obvious to everyone in the room what the next amazing geeky apparel item should be... CHAIN MAIL.
The ThinkGeek Chain Mail Necktie is honest-to-goodness real metal chain mail hand-forged by dwarves in forbidden mines near the center of the earth and delivered to the ThinkGeek warehouse by shrieking black apparitions in the dead of night. Its bright shine and relative light weight comes from its anodized aluminum construction. And it will protect you from becoming the next Chwat. Buy a chain mail necktie today!
Chain mail necktie
Perfect for fighting all your office battles
10 mm ring diameter
Adjustable clasp in back will fit neck up to 23" around
ThinkGeek started as an idea. A simple idea to create and sell stuff that would appeal to the thousands of people out there who were on the front line and in the trenches as the Internet was forged. ThinkGeek started as a way to serve a market that was passionate about technology, from programmers, engineers, students, lovers of open source, to the masses that helped create the behind-the-scenes Internet culture. Three out of the four founding ThinkGeek members started an ISP in the Northern Virginia area way way back in 1995. We couldn't afford Solaris, learned about a free UNIX-like OS, and spent almost an entire day downloading it onto over 50 floppies for installation on an old 486 laptop with no cd-rom (thanks Slackware!). After a few years with the ISP gig, the ThinkGeek idea popped into our heads, and, operating out of a spare room at the ISP office we setup shop and launched the site on Friday the 13th, 1999... All the founding members are still in town, and we've continued to grow our product line, expand our staff (including several canines) and enhance the way we interface with customers. Who would have thought...