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 Jin-Baori is an Asian inspired battle overcoat. It comes down to the thighs and is edged graficly in front, sleeves and bottom. The back features two slits, also edged and with a detail on top. The eyelets on both front and back allows you to point shoulder armour through the garment, for a top dressed battle look.QualityThe Jin-Baori is made from a heavy weight 100% cotton canvas, edged with gold coloured polyester.Maintenance:The Jin-Baori can be machine washed warm (40°C). Remember to wash your newly purchased items separately the first few times, thereafter with similar colours. Cotton is a natural fiber, that will shrink approximately 3 % when machine washed.
The Benedictine Monks would often travel from village to village, attempting to show villagers the futility of violence and harming others, but harming themselves, as demonstrated in this historical reenactment:
These flowing and voluminous robes are made from a high quality and nicely textured cotton, sure to keep you warm and ward off ill humours. Due to the flowing size of these robes, the small will easily contain someone smaller, the medium will fit someone large, and the large is really more of an XL (which is 40 for those that don't speak Latin).
The forest is serene this morning as you head out along the trails. Birds are singing and the weather is crisp, perfect for walking without breaking too much of a sweat. But as you come along a bend in the path, you believe you hear something in the underbrush.
Your calloused, strong hand wraps around your Wooden Quarterstaff. You’re ready to defend yourself from any beast that you might find--relieved as a neighbor’s dog comes bounding out from a bush, instead.
The long road from the Wizard’s Castle is treacherous and harsh, but as you pick your way over rock and through tangling vines with the help of your Braced Staff, you do not seem to care. There is a lot on your mind.
The Wizard has just told you that you are gifted with magic. With enough training you might become as strong a magic-user as the greatest in your land. You had always thought yourself a simple carpenter! And now you return home, uncertain of your decision.
Will you give up everything to become something new?