This Swordsmith Forged Adventure Time's Iconic Sword. Then, He Cut Stuff With it.

If you've ever watched Adventure Time, or if you've played Adventure Time: Hey Ice King! Why'd You Steal Our Garbage?!, then you've probably seen Finn's awesome sword, Scarlet.

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Here's Man At Arm's Tony Swatton forging the sword in real life—scratches, dents, golden color and all. Neat.

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...I want one. For harmless adventuring, of course.

Forging Finn's Golden Sword (Adventure Time) [AweMeChannel]

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It's pretty cool, sure, but it's hopefully not up to par with any of his regular work. The gems were -extremely- loose for example. And he's using a lot of non-smithing tools to put in the shapes. Having seen some actual smithing recently, where people make a candle holder or doorhinges (like the attached image) by just bashing on a chunk of metal, someone using a mill and grinders seems a lot less impressive.