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The Boromir Sword
Big, broad yet light weight and powerful is what describes the sword held by Boromir, son of Denethor and the last Steward of Gondor. The third age gondor made sword was much similar to the sword possessed by the father of the Steward. The boromir sword needed sheer strength to be able to equip with one hand, a trait that Boromir possessed, having great physical strength and stamina. Using the boromir sword for sale and shield as his only armory in battle, he had made a name for himself as a brave and commanding warrior. The diamond shaped blade had both a sharp tip and edges that enabled for combat against both heavy and light armored opponents.
The battle suited mighty boromir sword replica held by one of the notable members of the Fellowship of the Ring is at your disposal at our stores at a more than reasonable price. The replica, a ditto of the original has the following specifications:
• The boromir sword extends up to a great total length of 38 inches.
• The blade of the sword is of 30 inches and 1/4 inches thick.
• The handle is made for easy grip and is long as 8 inches to allow for safe use.
• The heavy blade weighs up to 1.74 KG yet it can be hanged and carried around easily owing to its well thought out design.
• The tempered blade is made of stainless steel (420 J2) with a false edge.
• The handle is a solid metal guard with a pommel of antique metal finish that is much like the original sword.
• The grip is wrapped with high quality leather allowing for ease in handling.
• The boromir sword is tapered tang construction
• The boromir sword for sale also equips a leather sheath and silkscreened design plaque (wooden) making you completely ready for battle!
The last steward of Gondor, Boromir, was the eldest son of Denethor and adopted many characteristics of his father. Noble and honorable, he was known in Gondor for his braveness and greatness. He was intelligent, powerful having great physical abilities yet remained mannerful and respectful in his conversations especially to his father. He was a mighty warrior as praised by the enemy too who would fight for his men to the last breath. His spirited approach and forceful personality was well known for being his greatest asset in battle. As seen on various occasions during his journey with the One Ring and the Fellowship, he was hot tempered and even cold tempered at times. Though well intended, his desire for the One Ring was corrupting and showed the power of the ring, being able to corrupt even the mightiest of warriors. Boromir led many battles against the Orcs and the forces of Sauron in order to safe his city from destruction and the evil. He worried and protected the future of the race of men. In spite of their early quarrels, at his deathbed, he called Aragorn, his captain and his King, a sign of both modesty and respect. Despite his madness for the ring and his forcefulness with Frodo to get the ring for him, Boromir realized his mistake and redeemed himself by dying in battle while fighting against the Orcs protecting Merry and Pippin, his bravery and willingness to take stand alone against the hundreds of Orcs showed his true character. He was slain in battle by Urak-Hai, battle trained Orcs when he was showered with arrows, fighting on until he had slain a great number of orcs even in his pain and agony, a heroic death indeed.
Boromir was the last Steward of Gondor and one of the nine members of the Fellowship of the Ring. As he grew old, his devotion to his people and Gondor grew stronger. Boromir was very close to his brother Faramir and always had great care for him. In the Council of Elrond, where the Fellowship was first formed, Boromir insisted on the fact that the One Ring should be used for its power to destroy Sauron, this showed that the ring had corrupted him and though he intended for the benefit, he was not able to fight the desire to get the ring. As one of the two from the race of men in the Fellowship, Boromir swore to protect and aid Frodo in helping him get the ring to Mordor and destroy it. He was intelligent and wise yet his desire for the One Ring led him to believe that it could be used to destroy Sauron and aid Gondor in restoring its stature and this was shown on multiple occasions when he longed for the ring from Frodo Baggins. No matter what his journey led to and the Fellowship demanding him to leave Gondor, his main concern always remained the safety of his people and Gondor for every battle he fought and every journey was to the duty of his father and for his country.
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