In 1984 Morbid Masks Studios began manufacturing Latex Masks and Special Effects.
In 2008 Morbid Masks Studios stopped production of all Masks, especially it's ever popular Thin Skin Latex Masks. This was because the supplier of the special paint that gave Morbid Masks their unique characteristics terminated supply for good. The whole process relied on this paint and no other alternatives were comparable. The moulds were redundant and could not be stored; nearly all were thrown away. So ended an era.
In 2012 a new supply of paint had been found and Morbid Masks was resurrected,
Apart from our regular range of latex rubber ears, noses, horns and facial features, we also currently make tbree designs of Live Role Play Fighting Claws, our latest Cat Claw design now available. Plus we have re-introduced an old GRP (fibreglass) Skull Helm in several colours and sizes.
"It's heavy," Jaeger rubbed his chin furtively. "I don't know how well it'll do in combat. Especially close quarters." Odrin stamped a foot "Stop bloody being such a sook, ye stilt! If ye can lift it, then ye can squish with it! And if a wee bugger gets ta better o ye, mebe ye shud learn tae swing faster!" "How much?" Jaeger asked, his fingers getting itchy by his coin pouch. Odrin's eyes just glittered in the forge light as he cracked a smile.
You are the sort of dwarf that people talk about when describing the dwarven pinnacle of perfection. You’ve worked in a mineshaft that generations of your family have worked in before you, and it’s a good living you can be proud of.
One day while you are hard at your work, kobolds attack. This isn’t something you will stand for, so you plan to teach them kobolds a lesson. Using your Dwarven Greathammer, you bear down upon the attacking pests in great sweeping strikes.
Epic Armoury’s Dwarven Greathammer is a 150 cm latex hammer uniquely designed to be safer and easier to wield in combat. The Dwarven Greathammer’s head is symmetrical, reaching 45 cm across the top and 34 cm along the bottom with two 21 cm long faces designed to deliver a fatal blow to your enemies. The head is hollow, making it safer to use and more lightweight than a foam alternative. Sculpted and hand painted to look like dwarven forged metal, the head is attached to a similarly decorated haft and a 50 cm black or brown leather wrapped grip.
The haft is made from durable closed cell foam around a 15mm fibreglass pipe and finished with a strong latex coating. The head is made of strong, flexible latex with an interior foam rod to maintain its shape and keep the head attached to the haft. With regular latex maintenance you can feel confident that your LARP weapon will be both safe and impressive at your game.
A late medieval weapon designed to damage armoured opponents without penetrating through plate
Long hammers were typically designed to fight against mounted troops, whereas shorter ones were used in close quarters
Long hammers were also used to attack horse’s legs during combat