Since 2001 the Forgotten Dreams Design-Studio (FDD), managed by Philipp Heidtkamp in Regensburg-Germany, produces LARP-Weapons, Fantasy costumes, props and scenery for Live Action Role Playing (LARP), Theatre, Film- and TV productions. In the beginning there was just the possibility to produce single pieces and custom-made Larpswords and Larpshields, but today FDD is able to offer eight different series of varying styles (kinds). Over the Years the Forgotten Dreams Design Studio advanced to be one of the biggest producers of foam weapons in the world. FDD foam weapons are made in Germany and can be found on countless events, medieval shops and Larp-shops, as well as wholesale and retail industries in Germany and are sold by a global network of Larp sellers. However, the Design Studio never lost it's touch and it's regard to the customer and the Gamer. Aside the series for retailers, each client has the possibility to own his individual and custom-made Larp-sword.
Never go into battle before first tasting your favorite ale. That is the advice you would give any of your fellow Dwarves, for you never know when this may be your last fight.
You slam your Beer Mug onto the table as you await the finest dark ale you know. The tavern was quiet before you walked inside, tense with the anticipation of a coming war, but you are loud and bring life back to its walls. You raise a toast to the barkeep and to any nearby, granting them glory on the battlefield before drinking deeply from your mug.
It would be a true shame to leave this world while thirsty.
Epic Armoury’s Beer Mug with Metal Bands is a throwing weapon handy for impromptu fights against other midnight boozers. The beer mug is cylindrical, standing 20 cm tall with a 18 cm diameter. The mug is carved with a wood texture and coloured brown to resemble the staves of a cask, rimmed with riveted metal-hoops. The hoops connect to the metal-coloured handle which is 8 cm deep, leaving plenty of room for grip. The inside is coloured black, mimicking a dark wax typically found on the inside of wooden mugs.
Made from coreless durable closed cell foam and finished with a strong latex coating, you can feel confident that this Beermug will provide the safety and appeal you want when crafting your kit.
Also called a “tankard,” which originally referred to any wooden drinking vessel
Similar to the earliest form of a tankard, which did not have a lid and resembled a barrel
Earliest form has been found from as far back as 2000 years ago
This bestselling Epic Armoury Maintenance Silicone is used for maintenance of Live Action Role Playing foam weapons and equipment covered with latex and/or varnish.
Directions for use:
Latex equipment must be coated with a thin layer of silicone at all times. This prevents the surfaces from drying out, and will prolong the lifespan of your latex equipment. Always check your latex equipment before and after each use. Spray the silicone directly onto your latex product and work it into the entire surface (avoiding leather handles) either with a piece of cloth or using a flat hand. If necessary, wipe off any excess with a dry cotton cloth. Always store your latex equipment in a dry and dark place.
Your village is in danger. You’d been out on a hunt when you discovered the oncoming undead, coming through the mountain pass in droves. You can only just warn your people in time if you run ahead of them!
You cut down one of the undead scouts as you near your village using your sharpened Short Elf Axe. It cuts through bone easily; you’re glad you brought it along.
Epic Armoury’s Short Elf Axe is a deadly 70 cm axe designed for swift elven hands against the worst and most evil of enemies. It has a 44 cm long axe-blade with a curved beard, hand painted to look like real metal. The head is actually made of soft foam, reinforced with a harder foam core. It attaches to the beautiful golden wood textured shaft which is hand painted and sculpted to look like real wood grain.
Made from durable closed cell foam around a solid fibreglass core and finished with a strong latex coating, your new LARP long axe will provide the safety and appeal you want when crafting your ethereal kit.
The first hafted axe was created about 6,000 B.C. using birch-tar and raw-hide lashings to fix the blade to its handle
Many battle axes doubled as tools and were cheaper to make than swords
Similar in design to the Epic Armoury Long Elf Axe