God of War Chaos Blade Replica Is Not Enough to Look Like Kratos

Thursday, March 18, 2010

Addicted to God of War? Want to be Kratos himself and decapitate everyone around you? Well you shouldn't decapitate everyone around you but you can definitely be the envy of your very own Geek circle when you have this replica of the Chaos Blade displayed around your house. Made by the guys over at Entertainment Earth this single blade will set you back around $150 USD or around 6,900 PHP. You can pre-order one right now and expect it to arrive around June. But if you really want to look like Kratos you have to get two and mod it with chains long enough to wrap around your fat arms. Now if only you can get the will to shape up and be able to cosplay Kratos. More info available if you want to read more.




God of War Kratos Blade of Chaos Replica:
The very blade wielded by Kratos!
Sword from the hit video game series God of War.
Detailed, numbered replica of the Blade of Chaos.
Order this and the God of War will be pleased!
The very blade wielded by Kratos! This authentically detailed sword is an exact replica of the pair wielded in the game, created using the finest-grade materials and craftsmanship available. Its blade is cast from a zinc-aluminum material with custom-etched mold textures, and features fantasy grindings that mirror the piece carried by Kratos. The Blade of Chaos measures 20 13/16-inches long, with the blade measuring 12 7/16-inches long. The handle is crafted of hard-cast injection grip. Each replica is laser-serial-numbered to ensure genuineness and includes a custom display stand and certificate of authenticity. Order this and the God of War will be pleased!
God of War has become one of the most popular video games in the world since its inception on March 22, 2005. The action-packed title is based on Greek mythology and follows the battles of Spartan Leader Kratos, who is forever indebted to Ares, the God of War.


Size: 20 13/16-inches long


Posted by Jab Escutin
Source: EntertainmentEarth with a Limited Edition


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