The Nailed Club is an apocalypse classic. It is a sturdy 4-by-4 cm stick with leather wrapped around the handle for a grip. At the opposite end six 7 cm long nails have been driven through the wood. The nails are a matt metal-colour. The last 20 cm of the otherwise square haft are rounded off and bound in black split-leather providing the user with a solid grip.
Almost all LARP weapons are made from a foam that is then covered in a plasticised acrylic-latex paint. If not maintained, this paint eventually dries out and can flake or crack. To avoid, a silicon outer coat is applied to all weapons but is slowly worn off as the weapon strikes other weapons, shields and armour. Maintenance spray ensures your weapons are kept in the best condition possible by reinforcing this silicon layer and keeping the PAX paint underneath it moist and supple. It should be applied after every combat, or at least once a month.
Available in 150ml or 400ml spray packs, and a 250ml pump pack.
The alarm bell sounds from the town while you are working in the field, and there isn’t enough warning for the farmers to find safety before the raiders are upon you. All you have is your scythe, and it is this that you clench in your calloused and worn hands as they descend.
Along with your fellow workers, you fight bravely. They aren’t expecting peasants such as you to fight so hard! You don’t want to die, and so you also find yourself thankful that the raiders seem as untrained as you, the combat continuing.
Chainmail has become popular on the battlefield, protecting soldiers from sharp blades and arrows. But you are clever. A soldier in chainmail has every reason to fear you, because metal ring armour will do nothing against the blunt force of your Warhammer.
While you might be one of the thousands of soldiers on the field, you are still considered a skilled threat with the help of such a mighty weapon.