Got 99 problems? Make sure that a sword for tonight's game ain't one!
100 Swords is a finely crafted list of mostly historically accurate and verisimilitudinous swords collected by our semi-professional sword handlers. Perfect for outfitting the guards, filling up a treasure hoard, or picking what your next character is going to wield.
6 pages of sword! Thats a lot! So much we couldn't bear to let this go for a dollar. Hopefully your wallets are not sword-proof and we can cut some spare change loose.
14. Klewang (Southeast Asian): A traditional single-edged sword from Indonesia. The style of the klewang differs between the various cultures of Indonesia; there are straight bladed types, but most are curved.
37. Estoc (European): A type of European sword in use from the 14th to 17th centuries. Characterized as having a cruciform hilt with a grip for two handed use and a straight, edgeless but sharply pointed blade of around 36 in. to 52 in. long.
94. One-handed Dacian Falx, Sica (Mediterranean): A Thracian and Dacian weapon from as early as 400 BC. The blade was concave and sharpened only on the inside, and was reputed to be devastatingly effective.
This product is system and genre agnostic, so feel free to use it to use it to feed your fantasy PCs, to name your tanks in any number of popular war games set in the far future, to add some realism to your virtual reality simulator adventures, or just to spark your own imagination!