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That was a long journey.
THIS! This is the kind of things I come to Imgur for. This this this stuff that deserves the FP.
I've been trying to get them to make your father's sword, but they've yet to do so.
Lassannn....we meet again. And everyone knows my father made the best swords
You've done nothing but study swordplay?
He is absurdly talented.
Well you see, it's been 20 years. I've begun to lose hope. So I just comment in usersub to pay the bills.
Neat. But someone might steel this post.
So what percentage of the finished sword is meteorite? It doesn't seem like much
Badass. I wish uncouod finish the books
Well I certainly hope you find Count Rugen someday.
The video doesn't make it clear. i think maybe 30%. Just a guess.
You're talking to the ultimate steeler.
I did! Do you want to know what he said when I saw him?
That was a nice little bedtime story. Thanks!
No mention of the book. Man, fuck you, Lassannn
I just watched his episode of forged in fire.
Eeeeeit will keeeeeeel.
My only issue is that it’s not a hand and a half sword, otherwise it’s beautifully made
Reading through this, I’m like “Hey, that’s pretty cool!” And then I’m like “Oh man, it’s Brisingr!” Eragon is one of my favorite books.
There were very early archaeological iron tools, earlier than iron smelting, and it was meteorites found on the tundra that were the source.
Yes, I do.
He said.....Fuck you, Lassannn!
I've nevah prayed to you befoah.
Fuck you Lassannn!
I hoped this was for a remake, that one movie was awful
It was good video, and i fucking loved Eragon so much.
All that for a lousy butter knife
The only problem is the eragon sword was a hand and a half style blade. Not a true two handed weapon. Even so, I love these guys.
Yes. But will it Kyill?
I have no tongue for eet. No one, not even you, will rememba if we were ghud men or bahd. Why we fought, or why we died.
The whole post, I'm wondering, where is the name? The name of the sword? Anything? This post sucks.
This is worth weeding through thousands of shitty crybaby political and boy band posts to see this. THIS IS WHAT REAL IMGUR IS ALL ABOUT!
I love Man At Arms. He’s a super talented craftsman - way beyond being “just” a blacksmith.
Fuck you, it's a great series.
ACI-ASTM CE8MN iron alloy have 8% nickel no cobalt though
Sweet material but any steel longsword (or any sword really) can cut a tatami mat if the blade shape sharpened well and designed for cutting
No fuck you. Either you fully inform people of what you’re referring to, or you’re just being an elitist jerkoff
This was a really cool post, but with no reference to what “the book” is then you’re just being holier than thou
Can I order this on amazon with two day shipping?
Huh...who knew they came from outer space
FUUUUUCCKKKK!!!!! THIS WAS COOL AS SHHIIITTTT!!!!!!
The handle just feels... wrong. It's like it came from a completely different sword.
I’m glad they started using tatami style mats instead of the random shit they used to cut
Ilya has the most amazing arms I've ever seen on a human.
Amazingly beautiful work!
I love how you time link past the description in the sauce. And fuck you lassannn!
Nice, did you write all that up on your own?
I couldn’t agree more with this above statement.
I see this blade is also cocaine laced!
this is super neato
How much do you even charge for something like this?
This story got more and more interesting the further along you get, even when the people talk without making any noise. I like this
Love me some man at arms
It sure is too bad there's not a movie of it though, it'd probably be pretty sweet.
On the closeup video, is that damage or a fuckload of delaminations?
It says in the description to one of the photos "In the Eragon books", not sure what more you want.
Is @OP from the actually YouTube channel
Yeah and he's surrounded by a crazy team
I really learned a lot. Thank you OP...I never knew how the Damascus lines showed up. I always thought it was from all the folding. So cool!
Mf dova king
I know right, if there was one they would at least do two movies and not try to jam as much as possible into one without any story telling
At first I thought it was the Sword of Riva. Oh, wait....
Same here <3 loved those Books
Someone already did.
So this guy actually DID study the blade..
It's Lassannn, so probably not.
The only reason the Japanese went to such lengths was because of the lack of good steel, it didn't make a particularly superior sword.
Currently re reading the series. Eragon just slayed the Ra’zac and is about to forge Brisingr.
You know, it would also be pretty cool if they made like 4 Avatar the last air bender movies they've been working on water for awhile now.
Good enough to make it a real-life starmetal sword, in my books.
They were certainly superior blades locally, but they were basically the same as your average European sword, only less customized.
What the duck is an eragon book?
When you led with meteorite, I was hoping for Sokka's sword. But this is still awesome.
You should go to youtube instead.
The sword is named Brisinger, from the Inheritance Cycle Series, more commonly known as the Dragon Series.
Fuck autocorrect, *Eragon Series
Might wanna include the name of the sword or the book at bit earlier in the post next time
I can provide it, Brisingr is the name of the sword. Its from the Inheritance series of books. Lesser known but still decent.
Sword comes out til the fourth one
Though it kinda reeks of teen romance drama mixed with fantasy in some chapters. its not as bad as twilight so.
I upvoted at the very beginning. I wish I could upvote more than once... Brilliant!
I loved that series of books
love that tag DIY, extreme hot things to creating something sharp, I would at some point loose one or more limbs.
I've not read them, but it's a series of books that starts with one titled "Eragon". They made a movie out of it, I think?
Correct, it's called the inheritance cycle. Except they never made a movie.
I think even hardcore fans can agree Eragon x Arya got a little well difficult to read.
Talos be thy name
All that matters is that two stood against many.That's what's important!Valor pleases you, Crom...so grant me one request.Grant me revenge!
"Before that, it was in outer space." Can you be sure? a lot of meteors get confused with those that actually come from inner space.
Ilya is a true master
it was all cool until the very last frame....
Same, named my husky Saphira because of her blue eyes.
Is there really any difference between using a meteorite and just making a high-nickel alloy?
so... you just transcribed an episode of Man at Arms in gif form?
Wow, they actually spent more effort on this blade than the author did on his book!
it was but then it was written by a teenager also. or maybe early 20's when he finished idk
The 17th gifs description mentions the book. As much as I'd like to bash 'em he got that done.
fyi, you write "in the book they call it" but never mention what book or series it is from. That said, for those curious, it's Eragon.
Too me the ending was not satisfying.
Read the very first description. No mention of what book, but says "in the books". That's just sloppy writing.
Never ever ever make a movie
While you read this post ... I studied the blade
While you thought that ... I studied the blade
the whole team are amazing but Ilya's work blows my mind.
An iron meteorite that big would be in the tens of thousands of dollars range at least
amazing how nature does that
But what if the technique used to make shitty steel good is used on good steel? Then you get epic steel?
check his work out in the chaoseater build. those skull overlays he did was just...wow
And to think someone will pay $2000 for it and only use it to cut backyard branches for which a $20 machete would suffice.
Ah! One of those. If there was a movie, I would be sorry that Hollywood shat on your experience of the books?
Then you need better taste.
Eragon. Don't bother. It's crap written by an adolescent teen. Even Twilight is better.
The proper term is "surface defect" since to delaminate it has to be welded together first. But yeah, those are places that never welded.
After I saw he was making a blade out of meteorite I was hoping for Ratdeath.
We should have higher standards for the front page, like a title or first image that explains what the hell op is even talking about.
Maybe something in the title or a line at the start rather than something halfway through.
A bunch of gifs of a short youtube video? Why not just watch the video at this point?
"The payload moves like a fire extinguisher!"
They studied the blade.
I own the entire series and started reading it again this morning....then this post....
Cool post.. but fuck you Lassannn.
First thing what I want to say, this post is a rare gem in a pile of puppies, kittend and 100th time reposts that we call a frontpage. //
Oh, for sure. Pretty sure this is ripped from an article/website that would have had the book in the title.
BRISINGR!! But now really, Illya is a master of his craft, all of them at Man At Arms and art Man At Arms Reforged are, but even more so1/?
I was not aware of that. Then again most of my memory from that time is gone (Good old medical drugs ya know)
Why is that milk blue?
Second thing is that meteorite iron is a very shitty material for a sword and the only value it has is a nickel that was not //
Pratchett's sword is still superior though. It was forged by a actual knight. :D
Ilya because if you watch their entire series since he comes on you can see Ilya do everything all of the other guys do almost as well 2/?
obtainable otherwise back in the old times. Though nickel by itself does not make steel any better than regular carbon. //
Yeah the last half of the last book was super weird and not great.
Literally made from Star dust
I’m a small photographer from CO but if you ever want free work hit my line and I will work for you all for free you guys are so incredible
(out of boulder if it makes a difference)
I mean it's a nice post and all, but one gif and a youtube link would do it.
So there is and was no point other than "coolness factor" for using it, even back then.
As the other guys, and Laura, do. However, everyone at Baltimore Knife and Sword has their job/ specialty/ reason they are there and 3/?
Someone post that gif of a butter knife cutting a bullet in half. Also, fuck you @Lassannn you fucking weeb
They have all proven their skill and talent, but Ilya has, through the course of his time on the show, shown a much larger larger, and 4/?
Popular enough for this sword to be probably the most requested in the last year or two. Not into it myself but hey give him his due.
"In the books it was described as X, so we did something completely different"
It seems entirely too long for a blade that short.
This post is awesome and forgetting the name of the sword, which a quick Google search provides, is only a small slight. Get over yourself.
Self-taught skillset than the other members of the workshop. However, that is from my own personal opinion from watching the show from 5/6
it probably should have ended halfway through the second book. But it just kept going and going and going. Could have been a beginning to1.2
a seq series
Solid black would look cool on a blade.
Start to finish. The other members of the workshop could have, and probably do, have a similar, if not the same, skillset as Ilya. I 5/7
Put your dick in it.
Those guys wielding it in the last gif is exactly what I picture Imgurians look like
Now they should do lightbringer from ASOIAF.
Just have not seen as much variety of skills from the other members. That is just my personal, unskilled, opinion. 7/7.
I realize I mislabeled this one. It should be 6/7.
Yeh they should get M Night Shyamalan to direct.
Why a traditional japanese forge? They're inferior to traditional western ones as they don't reach as high a temperature.. odd choice..
This is incredibly impressive. It's so impressive I was not upset he didn't end up making a dickbutt statue.
yeah i think he was like 16 when eragon was released
Tacky... I loved this post until they started on the handle.
I liked the old Man at arms, stopped watching few eps into Reforged.
Woah. Neat for him. I know the book sold decently down here.
There actually is a movie out there called eragon, but sadly it didn’t do the books justice
Unless they found it themselves
How exactly does one obtain meteorite?
Man At Arms make really nice shit but holy fuck their production values are amazing.
Yea, felt like he got bored and rushed it, trying to tie everything together
In the book, iirc there's a good reason for the long ass hilt, but I can't remember the reason.
Radical shashlik king shirt my dude.... Oh yeah, the sword is pretty cool too
No. The folding just gets you closer to the pure Iron they had in based urop.
what I learned from this: quadrangularly is a word.
So many unanswered questions amd plotholes at the end, still wasnt tooooo bad though
"We forge a sword from the book." "In the book it was described as XXX, but we made YYY because it looked cooler."
I'm pretty sure that's about fifteen grand of meteorite they claim to be using there. (Which is now destroyed). Not sure I believe it.
Man at arms is a really neat show
You can do that to milk jugs with a blunt sword
You should make a Lassannn/post specific version of that. Otherwise you don't have the attention span for 99 characters.
Yup, mid teens kid from the middle of nowhere Montana when Eragon released. Definitely not bad with that taken into consideration.
It will cut
Still baffles me that people bought his book.
Wow we both commented the same gif at the same time. Nailed it
We don't speak of this, that is the point.
Dude was 16 when he wrote the books, I was bored easily at 16 as well.
Just watch it on YT
An then at the end it becomes a cold steel ad
A hand-and-a-half sword is not very showy - maybe functional for fighting from the back of a dragon, but not cool on its own (imo)
Very cool sword. Still, you could probably get better blade steel from a Crucible catalog than you could any meteorite.
Just watch Star Wars and pretend there are dragons.
He wanted a sword he could wield either with one hand or two. When he fought with just a sword, he two-handed it, but he also fought with >
a shield so he needed a sword that could do both. A half-and-a-half sword or a 'bastard' sword. However, that grip is FAR too long to >
Reinhardt. I must say you are looking quite well.
comfortably use one-handed. A hand-and-a-half sword would have a grip just barely longer than needed for a single-hand so that you could >
There can be only one
Been watching Man at Arms for 5 years now. One of the few youtube shows I follow.
I think he knows, people like to deny a movie's existence when it lets them down.
To understand the blade, you must create the blade.
Hell, even xkcd made this joke with the Matrix sequels, proving once again that there is an xkcd for everything.
Sauce is "man at arms" on youtube
One of the descriptions even says the sword in the book was "a hand and a half" but they decided to give it three hands' worth of pommel.
They do maybe 1 video every few weeks, they make a weapon from what people surgest. Pretty decent watch
Illya is a fucking boss. I love man at arms
there was no movie based on the books you must be mistaken
Yeah the one in the gif looks cool except the guard and handle would look better if it were more “normal” imo. Don’t get me wrong though 1/2
that rock travelled to our planet to destroy milk
I have such a crush on Ilya
the skill needed to make this is wonderful and as a fantasy sword they did a pretty damn great job.
It's all about edge alignment and well-performed cuts.
I remember that chapter. Out of place and weirdly detailed, but incredibly captivating
it would be cool if there were blacksmiths that made something other than useless fantasy weapons.
Milk jugs, soda and sticks beware, it has come for you.
It's a shame there isn't a book, too, because the concept is half-decent.
Very cool. I just hoped, it was going to be a kitchen knife. Think about it: cutting some onions with a FUCKIN METEORITE yeeeaaaahh ????????
Seriously though, I read about 20 pages before I chucked it. Writing was so bad it was cringe worthy.
"This meteorite was found in South America, before that, it was in outer space" no shit....
I liked how the fat elven guard sliced the jugs full of milk.
Hey you guys have a bastard sword in the book, lets make it neet by making it a Drie-hander !
Nope, because Kenobi did not fuck Padme.
Ilya is the best
talent is natural, a skill is learned and practiced
Is this saltmore and baltmore ?
Interestingly, when people say 'hand and a half' sword, people think it's slightly longer than a longsword, when actually, it means 1/2
that it's longer than an arming sword, but SHORTER than a longsword. Longswords are two handed weapons.
I know what it means, people are just misusing it. He was not born knowing how to remove cobalt from meteoric iron.
i would like to think they have the brains to make a show and not a move to even try to capture the story. i sure they are smart enough tho
i didnt say you were wrong, i was leaving it so people could read it. stop being so defensive
do you think they have an etsy store?
Unpopularish opinion: younger me didn't mind it. But really could've been so much better.
Yeah but they are missing trilby/fedora hats, and long leather jackets/dusters tho...
My apologies then, it's just that the downvotes started arriving at the same time as your comment. Guess I'm using the meme right.
its all good my brother
At first I thought I'd finish reading before u decided if it got a +1 but when I realized it brisingr I had to hit it
[obligatory comment about Star Gate being good, but Star Gate SG-1 being better]
I want it so much!
it’a a damn shame it was only one side
I thought Lapis Lazuli only existed in Minecraft.
No. These guys are to forging what Beiber is to music: is it technically music? Yes. Do you want it? No. Is it good? No.
No, he's mediocre and he needs better help. Just watch, then watch actual blacksmiths, then come back and see for real.
A Netflix series of Eragon books, i only..
Wait Eragon? They're making Brisingr?
The earth is in outer space.
Nostalgia is a powerful thing. The book didn't age very well. I know when I re-read them I couldn't believe how poor the writing was.
I mean, to be fair, everything on Earth was in outer space before.
Rewatch it pretending that he did and it will and it makes it better
All ready to slay some pussy
Do you think in the future when energy weapons are the norm there will be a few people who make firearms like these guys make swords today?
-1, fuck you
interesting craft a sword stuff... see at the end these guys have no idea how to use a sword....
Also, they should read the book first, and get some money together.
Halfway through the book I read a line about the king's soldiers burning the uncle's farm and thought "What?! I am reading Star Wars set in
I don't think that would change the value.
Ilya is a blacksmithing God..
I thought he was Radar.
Theoretically it is still... In space!
if youre still craving fantasy books and want something a bit heavier, look up Wizards first rule-it had a similar problematic live action:]
IT SURE IS TOO BAD THERE'S NOT A MOVIE OF IT THOUGH.
dammm i still have to finish the 4th book... but for my defense they told us it would be a trilogy
I wish they hadn't fucked up the movie. Hopefully it gets picked up again by someone who knows wtf they're doing.
There is no M night shamdingdong bender movie.
I thought that as soon as the post mentioned bright steel
"Seeing you chained to a rock Padme reminds me of us on Tatooine."
I hear using starmetal weapons is the only way to send Stygians back to there lord, Set.
Ilya is best weeb
“The sword was described as hand and a half, but we made it three hands because fuck that sissy shit.”
That is some Star Wars blue milk in that last shot.
I hate that pommel, to be honest
I have no idea what you're talking about, there is no movie of the Inheritance Cycle, whatcha talking about?
"Maybe functional for fighting from the back of a dragon" If your arms are long pieces of spaghetti, maybe.
But does it burst into flames every time you say brisingr? It is seriously awesome even if it doesn't!
In a waaaay earlier episode they did forge his sword. I think it was season 1 of man at arms, back when it was about a different company
That is some awesome expensive ass book geek space shiv. Brava.
Cause your 12
What is this from?
And the Kill la Kill scissor blade. And the Ulfbhert sword. And just fucking watch all of them shits.
God I watch them too much, as soon as you described the meteor I knew the exact blade he was making
Look up their Excalibur build, holy shit the carving and patience that had to take
Had me at meteorite
He is VERY good from an artistic standpoint, but I would never take something they made if my life depended on it. However 1/2
They never get the chance to make their "perfect" blade, always some gimmicky thing, I want to see them make their ideal, sword, that 2/3
Could pass some real stress tests and sharpness tests. But, if you look at what he knows, he does appear to be truly talented, but 3/4
Limited by what gimmick they are doing that time 4/4
Think I’ve watched every non-sci-fi build of theirs, especially if it’s a traditional sword or katana style. Matt might be the biggest nerd,
but Ilya is a damn master at what he does. If Man At Arms were to lose every other member, I’d still watch for Ilya.
I guess I'll read the book now ¯\_(ツ)_/¯.
Oh man , I love Man At Arms ! For anyone who never watched their videos before I encourage you to do so !
Cool but what a waste of time. Just forge it in the proportions you want. Fe in space is the same as Fe on earth right?
I agree, also, the thing with the elf woman. That was really stupid.
That was the part that was the biggest let down
My reaction was like, "Oh cool they're making a sword from meteorite." And then I'm like, "Oh, it's for Eragon. Well that's lame."
Too bad it was only ok. You can really tell a 15 year old wrote it.
To be honest I originally thought that were making space sword
Almost everything. There exists particles and atoms that have been created on Earth and have never been off Earth.
So that's where Sokka's space sword went.
Fuck you @Lassannn :)
is that you Sokka?
Ilya is the best thing about that show
How much i have to watch those videos that i can start to notice the difference when not making an art piece? Do i have the time?
Check out Forged in Fire on Hulu or history channel! This guy was on there ! Pretty cool show where they compete to make best weapon
Yeah. Dunno how those blades are paid. I would imagine that it's less labor intensive to not make it super perfectly. Hence cheaper.
They really only make art peices, which is the problem. Watch other YouTube Smith's making a "battle ready blade" to see
I'm out of the loop, why fuck lassannn ?
I don't know how their paid but in several vidoes they bring up deadlines, so it is most likely more of a time saver
It's a different franchise but this reminds me of Sokka's meteorite sword in Avatar: The Last Airbender
Yeah hard to judge skill of making something when they are not actually even aiming for it. Even if there was buyer it would be premium cost
And because they do art pieces you can instantly tell that they are bad...? And are those videos as entertaining?
I agree, it went from artistic and functional to comincon and Renaissance fair real quick.
Baltimore knife and sword. They make some super cool stuff.
everything is in outer space
is.. is this Sokka?
Doesn't the description already cover that? It was described as hand and a half, but they choose to make it long enough for 3 hands.
Technically, all metal came from outer space. All elements heavier than Helium are forged in the heart of stars and are expelled during
Supernovae. Your entire body came from within a long dead star.
Fuck you Lassannn
As cool as it is, there's not a picture of the finished sword?
These men were definitely studying the blade.
It will Kill !!!
No clue just favorited it a long time ago.
Always upvote Stargate.
This is amazing, also, borax is used in the forge welding process. :)
When you see a smith constantly reaching for the flux you know it's not gonna end well.
I just saw this guy on Forged in Fire (Season 1, iirc) -- He made some kickass stuff.
Is there a more manlier job than this?
It's no doubt a Campo de Cielo meteorite. There are huge amounts of that around and one that big would be a few hundred dollars.
Men at arms (Reforged) great channel new stuff every week!
A sapphire that big in gem quality has never been found; it would be priceless.
But it would change how much they paid for it.
Goddamn I want a custom sword so bad ;-;
right from the beginning, a princess is fleeing pursuers she stole something from. She secrets away right before being captured and it...
... winds up in the hands of a farm boy who discovers he has magical powers who then embarks on an adventure to save the princess and...
...fight the evil empire that destroyed the community he grew up in.
Decent books, sure am glad they never made it into a movie!
Very widely used austenitic steels like 304/316 have much higher nickel percentage, 12% for 316 steel, some like 310 even go as high as 20%.
I'm not sure I believe this. meteorites are horrifyingly expensive. that's like 10k worth of space rock. at least.
I feel like with the amount of super hot shit that flies off those things there she be more safety gear.
Sure, but the original comment said nothing about that. It was only an estimation of the value of the meteorite.
I prefer the practical works they make but agree with what you're saying.
Yeah, the handle to blade ratio is way off. Think another 8 inches of blade length for a handle that long.
Those guys can, for some reason, never get the proportions and details right.
Always wonder who the person is that says something like,hey,we need a long sharp thing made of,say,meteor nickel&all kinds of other stuff.
Did a couple weekend kinfe forging course, generally gloves, ear protectors and a clear face mask all really required. And common sense.
Doesn't change the fact that having a grip that long is kindof pointless for a blade so small and deviates from the description in the book.
Interestingly, longsword, bastard sword, and arming sword are all modern identifications of swords. Back then, they just made the sword to >
the specifications given and a sword was a sword.
as soon as I saw "Bright Steel", I rushed to the comments to see if my suspicions were true. Very happy they were!
What part of outer space?
This post is so hot right now.
ending was like, Badguy: wait, I AM the asshole ?!
isn't this property of man at arms?
Had to add in the jumbo nerd at the last second just to make sure all the demographics were included
Man at Arm's does some cool stuff he did Sokkas sword from Avatar. These are the "reforged" guys their stuff is good but original is best
My understanding is its based on a sword from a fantasy novel that was made from a meteorite, so they wanted to make it from a meteorite.
He was on forged in fire. Didn't do well under pressure.
Looks like something i would find in the elder scrolls games
The first steps of the process were basically to get all the non-steel out of it, basically. IMO, it'd be easier to start with normal steel
They look like the kinda guys who would have swords
As soon as I read brightsteel, I knew
I REALLY thought they were making Dawn.
I always upvote these guys
Don't think it's an unpopular opinion, people just disagree with the need for the meme here.
And you, are looking as lovely as ever.
I could listen to Ilya explain stuff all day and not get tired of it.
Even though the book is terrible, this is still interesting!
Thank you! I was worried that no one would post this.
Maybe you're right, I think I'm mainly objecting to using "talent" as a synonym for "skill"; it diminishes the accomplishment.
Definitely. Talent helps but most is just hard work when learning something.
Dude I literally stumbled on this video the other dau
Definitely. However I do like the style it is written in. It has a mix of the Tolkien extreme detail and a faster paced story. 1/?
Christopher Paolini is 34 now and it was written in 2003 so he was 19 when it was published which means he was at least 17-18 2/?
When it was actually written. Not bad for someone my age. I am interested to see where his career leads.
2002 publication sorry......2003 was hardcover
he did end up winning that one i'm pretty sure
This guy was on forged in fire!
Lets be real Ilya is the best out of those motherfuckers.
He used to repost everything and is a crazy mod.
This blade will keeeel
you're not too familiar with the law of conservation of mass are you.
I love this. Seen it 9 times since its posting. This is incredible. I worry about his exposure to hexavalent chromium. Please relay.
I'm in construction safety and read where blacksmiths have high death rates because of this. This man is Rembrandt in metal! God bless him!
Ah I see. Doesn't sound like a great people person
Some say the Earth, to this day, still floats in outer space!
I figured that I should have caught on much sooner.
Forging a meteorite sounds cool but it's a garbage material. You can just buy the same iron/nickel ratio steel and save yourself the hassle.
"It has a three-handed hilt, for when you and your one-armed friend want to swing a sword together."
I really don't understand why, though I've heard this opinion a lot. Would you rather he stabbed the bad guy like any other fantasy?
Who's your meteorite source? For even cheap Iron meteorites that's between two and three thousand dollars worth of material.
Came to post this.
He won the one where they had to make a spiked shield.
that is a seriously beautiful blade. Amazing bit of work
for those of you who want to see more of this but dont want to trust lassann's link. the channel is called "AWE me" this specific show is 1
called "Man at Arms." they do a new video of them making another badass weapon or armament from pop culture every week or so.
iirc Chris is really tentative about letting anyone try it again, tho still kind of open to the idea
The imgur posts shouldn't be longer than the tv show.
It was how things ended with the elf, can’t remember her name
Conservation of mass is an approximation used in chemistry. The general physics principle underlying that is conservation of energy.
Mass can be converted into energy and vice versa and energy is conserved in the system. The famous E=mc^2 relation from relativity.
For instance, beta decay liberates the binding energy of a neutron, and split second later that energy reforms into three novel particles:
a proton, an electron and an antineutrino.
And mass is NOT conserved. The proton, electron and neutrino weigh less than a neutron. The missing mass is turned into kinetic energy.
The conserved variable is the total combined mass-energy of the system, not the mass. For most things the difference is negligible, but for
high energy and nuclear physics it is very important distinction.
How much dose that weigh?
These motherfuckers aren't even wearing gloves. The fuck.
To me when they wrapped it with normal steel it was no longer a meteor sword. ruined it
Arya? Are people upset they didn't get together? Really?
Fucking love this show.
Beautiful! So descriptive. Definitely worth it. Who was it made for??
you just kept saying its described as x in the books. what books man? what freaking books?
Yeah, I looked it up to be sure, Hand-and-a-half typically means it can be used one or two-handed. In the description in the post, they>>
refer to this fact when they're talking about the pommel, which, yeah, it needs to be feasibly big enough for two hands then, right? NO!>>
Let's go insane and make it three hands long, for a sword that has to be short/light enough to be held one-handed when desired! Brilliant!
i ended up hating elves in the Eragon Books after that let down.