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Real Life Keyblade is incredible

Man at Arms make Sora's Oathkeeper, and the results are phenomenal.

The guys over at Baltimore Knife & Sword (aka Man at Arms) make some of the most iconic swords from the most popular video games and anime series.  Some of their past productions include Cloud's Buster Sword from Final Fantasy VIILink's Fierce Deity Sword from Majora's Mask and even the Lich King's legendary sword Frostmourne from World of Warcraft, but Sora's Keyblade, Oathkeeper, from the Kingdom Hearts series might be their best work yet.

This blade looks CGI it is so beautiful

Truly a work of art, the Oathkeeper is not only an incredible blade to look at but actually also does some real damage.

As demonstrated in the video the blade has the capability to deal some heavy blows with precision slicing. It's no wonder Sora depended on this Keyblade so much (yes, I know there are more powerful ones).

Man at Arms are truly making nerd fantasies a reality, and even auction off some of their items after a little while. If you haven't already, I highly suggest going to check out their page where you can see the rest of their work and even suggest other items that you would love to see forged.

Published Sep. 9th 2015
  • kate.farrow
    Community Manager
    I WANT ONE! I can add it to my collection :3
  • Larry Iaccio
    Featured Contributor
    You have a collection!? that's awesome! Sadly the only sword I have right now is the Master Sword, and it's a cheap production D:
  • kate.farrow
    Community Manager
    My collection doesn't include any video game swords yet. :( I've just got regular-type swords that I am explicitly FORBIDDEN from using on furniture. For science.

    They're not the highest quality (ie not for actual battle), so they're considered "wall swords" since they're mainly for display.
  • Larry Iaccio
    Featured Contributor
    any sword can be for battle if you swing hard enough! haha

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