Master Cutlery HK-356 Twin Dragon Guard Sword
Tis best to let sleeping dragons lie says an old proverb. Wise words, for awakening something greater than oneself usually results in a premature end to life; best to let the wielder of the Dragon Defender Sword lie, as well, for similar reasons. This sword is an intricate combination of detail work that is awesome to lay eyes on; the hilt is nothing short of glorious. The grip is wire-wrapped, and capped with a pommel that is hammer-like in shape, as well as possessed of intricate designs. The guard, as well, is nothing short of magnificent; cast-metal takes the form of ridged, scaled centerpiece, on which is set the relief of some guardian-styled visage. On either side of the relief is a perched dragon, additional winged guardians that stand by, ready to defend at a moment's notice. Each dragon is reproduced in excellent detail; cross-hatched markings offer a scaly feel and the dragons possess wings, claws, teeth, and tail-blades, despite their diminutive size. The riassco of the blade is unsharpened and fashioned into a triple-wave pattern, before straightening into a gently slope that gradually comes to a point; etched into the polished blade is an elegant, natural design that only adds further character to the sword. Let sleeping dragons lie sounds wise to some, but best to awaken this Dragon Defender Sword: awakened, and added to your collection.