Sure, some people aren't fans of Pokémon that resemble man-made objects. But having Pokémon like, say, Honedge—which resembles a medieval sword—means one thing: we can actually make these Pokémon a reality. (Without having to resort to horrific genetic experiments, I mean.)
Master Chief makes it look easy, doesn't he? But, it turns out that wielding the famous bladed Covenant weapon from the Xbox sci-fi FPS isn't all that graceful. Watch yourself, dude. You ain't no Spartan!
Full Metal Blacksmith: Tony Swatton is back, this time forging Elric's Spear from Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood. And after he's done making it, as is customary, he uses the weapon to break some stuff. Ah, catharsis.
So, master blacksmith Tony Swatton got The Legend of Zelda Master Sword out of the way and now he's sharpening a replica of an iconic weapon from another console exclusive action game: Kratos' Blades of Chaos. But Swatton only made one. What the hades, Tony?
Man At Arms' master swordsmith Tony Swatton returns, this time forging what may be the most complicated weapon he's made yet: the Zenith Blade, from League of Legends.
While we'll feature a profile on the prolific blacksmith Tony Swatton later this week, for now you get to watch him make the type of Wolverine claws that you wouldn't be able to take anywhere near a convention. These puppies are sharp—at one point during the "smash stuff" section by AweMeChannel, they cut through…
Man At Arms' Tony Swatton has forged all sorts of nerdy swords. It was only a matter of time before he turned to Final Fantasy—specifically, Cloud's iconic sword. And boy howdy, is the Buster sword huge and unwieldy.