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Tauriel is a character of the The Hobbit film trilogy. She is a Silvan Wood-Elf of Mirkwood, as well as a captain of the Elven guard of Thranduil's Woodland Realm. However, Tauriel is a completely non-canonical character, as she does not appear in any of the books. Tauriel's golden-hued blades were wrought in the cavern smithies of her people, the Sindar, deep beneath the once beautiful Greenwood, now a sick and evil place, called Mirkwood by most. Few would dare tread its paths unarmed.

Tauriel's blades remain ever at the ready when she leads sorties into the forest to drive back the fell spiders and worse creatures that now haunt the dying wood.

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The Lord of the Rings needs no introduction, nor do these knives which were worn by Legolas as he joined the Fellowship and assisted in the destruction of the One Ring by Frodo. (Well actually it was the lava in Mt Doom that did the job ... and Gollum played a big part too, but these are nice blades really)

A very spooky but rather stunning Painted Axe

Made of heavy-duty stainless steel, the full tang blade is light enough for any grip, with a beautifully rendered wood and steel handle. The Scimitar style blade has a razor sharp front edge, with a sharp tapered spine on the top 1/3 and a partial blood groove leading to the guard. The painted embellishment adds a bit of dramatic flair to the stylish blade.

So you might remember that chap with the impossible sounding name 'Vin Deisel' who spends altogether too much time driving his cars in what can only be termed an anti-social manner, of and he did a couple of Sci=Fi movies (which do not make up for that stinker XXX) From the Movies 'Pitch Black' & 'The Chronicles of Riddick' comes the nifty blades that Riddick always carried to good effect.

Spider Blades. This here beauty has a blade on each leg as well as for the pincers.Just a little bit frighting.

Although not a Bat'leth in the traditional sense, this blade has a lot going for it. Molded grip with two wicked looking blades protruding out either end. not one to meet in the wrong place to be sure.