The Hobbit Swords Thorin and his company of dwarves might have hoped for a peaceful journey, but they certainly did embark on a journey to the Lonely Mountain without the proper arms to defend themselves. And at Medieval Collectibles, you will find their weapons, as well as the memorable arms of other characters from Middle Earth, all recreated for your viewing and owning pleasure. Thorin and his company of dwarves might have hoped for a peaceful journey, but they certainly did embark on a journey to the Lonely Mountain without the proper arms to defend themselves. And at Medieval Collectibles, you will find their weapons, as well as the memorable arms of other characters from Middle Earth, all recreated for your viewing and owning pleasure. Now you can own your favorite weapon that you saw used against the vile denizens of Middle Earth. Orcrist, the legendary Elvish blade that Thorin claimed for himself, can be yours, and with it comes the same elvish look and feel that really makes the blade look like a peerless piece of elven bladework. Of course, we also offer Sting, the blade that Bilbo Baggins acquires around the same time that Thorin claims Orcrist and Gandalf claims Glamdring (which is also available here). Each of the blades, axes, and staves that you will find here are made from the finest materials, and each one is made to look exactly like its on-screen replica (which in turn is designed to resemble the swords as they were described in the books that they are featured in). And more than just swords from the Hobbit, you will also find swords from the Lord of the Rings trilogy here, too, allowing you to own the arms of the warriors who came later, too! As far as Hobbit Collectibles go, very little can compete with the look and feel of an awesome weapon, and those are exactly what you will find here when you take a look at Medieval Collectibles' The Hobbit Swords section.
For those looking for a truly mighty and powerful sword, they should look no further than the sword of kings. The Anduril Sword is an amazing replication of the sword that Aragorn, also known as Strider, would come to wield as the High King of Men.
This replica of Orcrist, the sword of Thorin Oakenshield, has been painstakingly and meticulously recreated to bring you the blade that eventually came into the hands of a steadfast dwarf who no doubt ensured that the blade lived up to its fearsome name.
This replica of the Staff of the Wizard Gandalf has been painstakingly and meticulously recreated to bring you the simple yet powerful staff that one of Middle Earth's most powerful wizards carried at his side throughout all of his adventures.
The Sword Sting has a long history of serving the smaller folk, having been wielded by no less than three hobbits during the course of the Lord of the Rings Trilogy. And now, the Sting Sword can serve you well in all of your LARP-based needs.
This replica of Sting, the Sword of Bilbo Baggins, has been painstakingly and meticulously recreated to bring you the little elven blade that found its way into the hands of a little hobbit, who would go on to use it in all his grand adventures.
This simple looking sword is modeled after the blade that was wielded by numerous Urukhai during The Lord of the Rings trilogy. Simple yet efficient, the Urukhai Sword is designed to take advantage of the wielder's brute strength and ferocity.
These replicas of the Fighting Knives of Legolas Greenleaf have been painstakingly and meticulously recreated to bring you the lethal looking knives that the elvish Mirkwood prince carried with him, alongside his trusty bow, into every battle.
This replica of Anduril, the Sword of King Elessar, has been painstakingly and meticulously recreated to bring you the stunning sword that Aragorn took up when he fought against the forces of Sauron not as a ranger, but as the rightful King of Gondor.
This replica of Sting, the Sword of Frodo Baggins, has been painstakingly and meticulously recreated to bring you the blade that a hobbit carried as he journeyed across the lands of Middle Earth in an attempt to rid the world of a sinister dark lord.
This replica of The Staff of Gandalf the White has been painstakingly and meticulously recreated to bring you the simple staff that Gandalf brought with him when he returned from death to continue battling the vile servants of the Dark Lord Sauron.
Thorin Oakenshield was not known for his love of elves, or anything of elf make. For that reason, he might have cast so fine a blade away, had Gandalf not warned him of Orcrist's greatness, and indeed it was a fine blade in the hands of a dwarf prince.
This replica of Glamdring, the sword of Gandalf the Wizard, has been painstakingly and meticulously recreated to bring you the blade that a wise and powerful figure who inevitably led two hobbits out of their home and into a world of heroics and adventure.
Many of the company of dwarves that went with Thorin carried swords, but the true weapon of a dwarf was either the hammer or the axe. And Fili, his nephew, brought along a brutal war hammer that would leave his enemies battered and broken before him.
Dwarves were no strangers to combat, and they were also quite well-known for the solidarity and strength of their craft. Thus, Kili, Thorin's nephew, was armed with a sturdy and strong sword that served him well in all of this battles and endeavors.
In the lands of Middle Earth, the elves were among the most peerless craftsmen, capable of great works that showed elegance and precision. And the sword Glamdring, found by Gandalf the Grey, was among one of their greatest weapons, forged in a bygone era.
Like many of the elven weapons of Gondolin, Sting had magic woven into its steel. The sword's blade was said to blue with blue light when orcs and goblins were near, warning an observant wielder to be cautious, as danger was around and about.
This replica of the Scabbard for Sting is designed to fit all licensed versions of the Sting sword, which was wielded by no less than three hobbits over the course of two amazing journeys that would change the face of Middle Earth forever.
Every good adventurer should carry a weapon, lest of all they face doom on the road. This was, perhaps, what motivated Gandalf to hand the young hobbit an elvish short sword named Sting, when they discovered a lost hoard of treasure in a troll lair.
The Sword of Thranduil was one of two blades crafted for the king by the finest smiths of the Woodland realm. In his hand, it was steeled death, wielded in a masterful way that few of the elven king's enemies would have been able to see coming.
More often than not, dwarf weapons were designed to be practical and effective, and in the case of the sword of the young dwarf, Fili, that is especially true, as this blade's hard angles and razor edge make it a lethal tool for any warrior to wield.
Few weapons can match the hardy power and hefty look of dwarvish gear. And when they marched on The Lonely Mountain, the company of dwarves armed themselves as best as possible. Kili, nephew of Thorin, armed himself with a powerful looking blade.
Do you dare wield the legendary and nefarious Morgul-Blade of the Nazgul? Tainted by the power of the Witch-King of Angmar, this knife offers not only a wicked blade but also a dark curse for all those who taste its pitted and aged blade.
There were many brave warriors who accompanied Bilbo Baggins, the Wizard Gandalf, and Thorin Oakenshield on their journey for the Lonely Mountain, and among them was Fili, Thorin's nephew, who wielded a bold, broad sword in all of his battles.
Naturally lithe and graceful, with a gift for dexterity and far-sight, it should come as no surprise that many elves favor the bow. Among their best is Tauriel, favorite of Thranduil and Legolas, who acts as captain of King Thranduil's woodland guard.
Wielded by the deft, quick, and agile hands of the elves, knives transform into deadly weapons. And among elves, Legolas is known for his skill, both with a bow and with his white knives. And now, you can own a pair of knives to match his own!
The woodland guard of Mirkwood is sworn to protect the woodland realm, and they are armed to fight not only in the open expanses of the woods, but also the royal halls. And in their hands, this Mirkwood Double-Bladed Polearm is a devastating weapon to face.
Tauriel may only seem to be a common wood elf, but her skill and her weapons make her anything but. Her preferred melee weapon is double daggers, whose unique design boasts a fine look that marks her as a ranked warrior within Thranduil's court.
This vile mace, along with its owner, was thought to have been destroyed in a great battle between orcs and dwarves, but they were not. The Mace of Azog the Defiler lived on, as did its wielder, and now they come forth to hunt the hated dwarf company.
Thranduil was father to Legolas, a powerful lord among the elves, and a skilled fighter as well. As king of the woodland realm, he presided over all of Mirkwood without question, and never was his staff, a symbol of his authority, far from his hand.
Beautifully replicating the appearance of the staff which Gandalf wields in the Hobbit films, The LARP Staff of Gandalf the Grey is a magnificent weapon for those who enjoy the tales of Middle Earth and seek to assume a wizard persona.
A magnificent weapon for those who enjoy LARPing and the epic tales of Middle Earth, the Morgul LARP Dagger of the Nazgul lets you wield the most heinous weapon of Mordor and embody the terrifying persona of a Nazgul.
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