The Dragon Dagger is a small throwing knife, designed by Atelier Fantastic’Art to fit Epic Armoury’s Stalwart universe. This 16,3 cm knife is an elegant and well-balanced weapon with a curved 9,3 cm single-edged blade. The 7 cm handle attaches to the back of the blade, which is hand painted and sculpted to look like cold metal. The handle is sculpted and carved as a stylized dragon and hand painted in a dark purple colour.
Match this throwing knife with most Epic Armoury products and characters – a must-have weapon that is easy to hide and effective when you need it. Made from coreless durable closed cell foam and finished with a strong latex coating, you can feel confident that this throwing knife will provide the safety and appeal you want when crafting your kit.
Throwing knife set: includes 3 throwing knives and the throwing knife holder.
You hold your knives in your Rogue Knife Set Holder, keeping them handy while your hands are busy picking the lock on a noble’s unguarded luggage. Leaving anything valuable without a guard is like an invitation to steal it...at least that’s been your experience.
With a satisfying ‘click!’ the lock comes undone and you pry the chest open to reveal--oh, yes! That will do nicely. You pocket what looks to be a sizeable purse and a few interesting looking weapons, before carefully replacing the lock and sneaking out of the tent undetected.
Epic Armoury’s Brown Rogue Knife Set Holder, is designed to hold up to three Epic Armoury throwing weapons and comes with a Thrust knife, a Cutthroat knife and a Woodsman knife. The handmade holder attaches to the belt using leather loops on the backside.
Made from brown full-grain leather and reinforced stitching around the edges, this weapon holder is built to keep its shape and withstand the abuse of a LARP with regular leather care.
Also referred to as a frog
Historically used to hold the scabbard of an edged weapon vertically from the belt
Thrust Dagger was designed to resemble a “balanced knife,” which is preferred by most Western traditions
Knife throwing was first used in martial arts and hunting before it became a sport
Throwing a knife was always considered a risk in martial arts, because an unsuccessful attack would leave you without a weapon while arming your attacker