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As big fans of the Warcraft franchise, most of us probably have one or the other piece of merchandise in our rooms at home. Some keep it small and put figurines on the shelf, others have cuddly toys on the couch, small lamps on the night tables or huge pictures of Azeroth and its heroes on the walls.
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Also the famous weapons of WoW history are gladly put up or hung up memorabilia of fans. For example, Thrall's Doomhammer or even Arthas' Frostmourne. Such replicas are often machine-made and usually resemble the originals in every detail.Source: Harlin Jenkins Source: Harlin Jenkins
Of course, the hand-forged Frostmourne can't compete with that. But it has a lot more heart than the most perfect copies of virtual weapons. User HarlinJenkins posted his father's handiwork on reddit, and his old man got plenty of credit for it. Especially given the fact that this is the hobbyist's first hand-forged sword.
In fact, a number of professional blacksmiths also spoke up in the comments, and they had nothing but appreciation for the first-of-its-kind piece.
How cool do you think it is that the father gives his son a WoW sword he forged himself? And would you rather have one with a lot of heart or a perfectly crafted replica from the shops?03:57
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