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How to Dress up as a Dungeons and Dragons Rogue

The rogue is one of the most popular classes to play in Dungeons and Dragons. This sneaky and versatile character takes to heart the skills of stealth and dexterity. In addition, this character class can be split into at least three subtypes: thief, assassin, and arcane trickster. Here at Medieval Collectibles, we hope to help …

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Dressing as a Dungeons and Dragons Fighter

When you want to dress as a Dungeons and Dragons Warrior or Fighter, there are many parts to consider. This character class is perhaps one of the most diverse when it comes to the background available to the character. We give a basic example of a Warrior character’s ensemble with some weapon and accessory options. …

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Weatherproofing LARP and Reenactment Gear

Weatherproofing your gear for LARP events, reenactments, and more is an important task when it comes to maintaining your gear. Weatherproofing makes it nicer to deal with rain or other wet conditions and helps to keep you from getting soaked. In addition, ensuring that your gear is protected against water and mud helps it to …

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How to Layer and Wear your Steel Armor

Medieval Collectibles is here to help you figure out how to layer and wear a suit of steel armor. We walk you through putting together your armored outfit by using the Blackened Vladimir Armour Outfit (OUTFIT-M48) as an example. After reading this post, you will be better prepared to get ready for battle. Blackened Vladimir …

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Taking Care of Steel Armour – Do’s and Don’ts

Medieval Collectibles is proud to offer an array of steel armour. You may be wondering how to take care of your steel armour. Here is a list of the Do’s and Don’ts of taking care of steel armour as well as some products to use in keeping your armour in top condition. Don’ts Don’t leave …

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