‘Venenatorum daemonum! Audi vocem meam et convocari! Sequere imperium meum!’ The summoning circle on the floor lights up nicely. The blade centered in said circle begins to lift ominously; hovering higher and higher, the purple lighting falling on the wave textured blade perfectly. The red and black swirling in the handle seem to move, the coiled lines of black amid the thick red appear to unravel and strike out unexpectedly in the changing light. Almost as if the blade is truly being possessed. My goodness have I actually written a demon summoning spell? I knew it was risky using real latin. As long as the production goes well then that’s all that matters.
The Perturbed Miasma Reenactment Display Ceremonial Damascus Dagger is a knife with an ominous dagger blade and a hypnotic red and black swirl handle composed of resin with sections of brass bearing hand cut geometric patterns. The guard is solid brass with the same geometric pattern hand cut into it. The blade is forged Damascus steel which is known for its distinct wavy patterning which compliments the pattern in the handle perfectly. The Perturbed Miasma Reenactment Display Ceremonial Damascus Dagger is perfect for any production that needs a bit more edge or any decorator that likes things a bit dark but not too much. The blade is real steel and the handle is tough resin so if there is need for it to come off of the stand then this knife is not backing down. The Perturbed Miasma Reenactment Display Ceremonial Damascus Dagger comes with its own sheath so it can be contained if it just so happens to become possessed.
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