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Mini sword knives

For obsessive fencers
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Table and steaks knives that are miniature scale replicas of japanese warrior swords (like in Kill Bill).

They come complete with scabbards and a rack holder that sits on the middle of the table.

Trimoor, Oct 21 2004

Miniature Samurai Sword http://www.shambhal...61&products_id=1222
I guess this could be used as a steak knife if you desired. [jurist, Oct 21 2004]

We know where you've been hanging out. http://www.realultimatepower.net
Ah, yes, 'miniature scale replicas of japanese warrior swords' [contracts, Oct 21 2004]

didn't we just do this? http://www.halfbake...ter_20Knife_20Guard
echo [MFD removed] [dentworth, Oct 23 2004, last modified Nov 04 2004]


       At most these would do 1D4 worth of damage to an opponent, not taking into account any bonuses you may have.
sartep, Oct 21 2004

       Don't fencers use epees?
bristolz, Oct 21 2004

       this idea is cool
benfrost, Oct 21 2004

       //Don't fencers use epees?//

Yes. Also Foil and Sabre.
DrBob, Oct 21 2004

       Ah, but the japanese warrior would be able to somersault right over the head of your earth-bound european fighter, and cut off his head from behind.
egbert, Oct 21 2004

       //I wouldn't bring up any die other than the six sided if you want your claim of being from another planet to remain credible.//   

       So what are the odds of every other world using only marked cubes for their gameplay?
sartep, Oct 21 2004

       The true warrior needs no sword-knife, being able to destroy his opponent with a teaspoon. Leaving no blood.
wagster, Oct 24 2004

       Japanese swords were much better folded than European swords so were a bit sharper and stronger but European swords caught up as the technology stagnated in Japan. Just to be picky there [UnaBubba]. Fencing also uses Rapiers, don't forget them! Samurai swordplay never involved magical somersaulting leaps [egbert], sorry. Ninjas didn't in fact use long swords as they were too hard to conceal.   

       What's the point in this idea? This would only be cool if you're a prepubescent boy.
harderthanjesus, Oct 25 2004

       I don't think this idea is the same as, or an echo of, the idea [dentworth] links to. (Vetoing the m-f-d.)
jutta, Nov 03 2004

       //Samurai swordplay never involved magical somersaulting leaps //.   

       You can't fool me. I've seen it on telly.
egbert, Nov 03 2004

       The term fencing refers to any systemized method of offense and defense with a sword, wether it be of European origin or not, obvious popularly this has come to be recognised as the sport using foils, epees and sabres.   

       Personally I'd like super long disposable razor blades, kinda like a cut-throat razor to cut my steaks 'cause I'm lazy and even if the steak is as tender as a subs derrier it's still too tedious having to cut thru it.
scubadooper, Nov 04 2004


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