Zar’Roc sword Miniature with scabbard and display frame PREORDER


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Zar’roc’s pommel was tear-drop shaped, set with a ruby the size of a small egg. The hilt was wrapped with silver wire. The blade itself was blood red, while its sheath was the color of red wine. Both the blade and sheath were marked with a “strange-looking symbol” that was etched in black. This symbol was a glyph in the Liduen Kvaedhí which presumably translated as “misery” to match the Ancient Language name of Zar’roc. 

While this version of Zar’Roc has some differences from the official version, this is what feels right to me, and i love the effects i was able to add to it! I love the idea that elves would sing the wood for their sword grips into shape, and i wanted to keep that part visibly wood, as well as add opal flakes to the blade to mimic what i imagined was the brightsteel described in the books.

This display miniature is a great addition to any collection and is made of resin and handpainted. it also features a scattering of opal flakes in the blade to make the effect of Brightsteel.
Each sword measures approximately 15cm (7 in), and is a beautiful display piece. It also comes with a matching scabbard, and every order will come with a display frame!
PLEASE NOTE- Each zar’roc sword miniature may be slightly different from the ones in the photos – i apply the opal by hand and they are also handpainted, so every sword is different and there is some variation in colour.



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Weight 0.25 kg
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