The AWE me channel's Man at Arms: Reforged series is back on anime with the Excalibur sword from the Fate series. Watch the involved process behind forging a real-life version of Saber's blade after the jump.
The Awe Me channel's Man at Arms: Reforged series is back with another weapon-forging crack at the Kingdom Hearts series. This time the Keyblade being forged is Sora's Oathkeeper, which is a great deal more elaborate than a regular Keyblade. Watch it being made and wielded in the video after the jump.
This week brought the blacksmithing team of the Awe me channel's Man at Arms: Reforged series back to the world of classic games. The latest item they're taking a crack at is Link's Hylian Shield, as seen in a bunch of games from The Legend of Zelda series. See how the final creation turns out after the jump.
The swordsmiths behind the AWE me channel's Man at Arms series have forged their fair share of massive swords from games, anime, and film. Now it's time for Man at Arms: Reforged to take a crack at Guts' mighty Dragonslayer from Kentaro Miura's Berserk series. Hit the jump to see what they cooked up.
The latest edition of web series Man at Arms: ReForged tackles another video game weapon, and this time the sword in question belongs to white-haired Capcom hero Dante. Watch as the master swordsmiths create a real version of the Rebellion sword from Devil May Cry after the jump.
Another video game related fan request made its way into the Man At Arms: Reforged series, and this time it's straight out of The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask. Watch as the swordsmiths bring Fierce Deity Link's sword to life in the video after the jump.
The latest episode of Man at Arms: Reforged—the Man at Arms spin-off on the AWE Me Channel that has a new set of blacksmith forging hybrid weapons from TV, film, and games—tackles some fan-favorite Final Fantasy VIII gear after the jump.
Tony Swatton and the rest of his team from the Man at Arms series are back with another real-life take on an anime weapon. This time it's Black Star's Chain Scythe from Soul Eater, and you can see how it was made after the jump.
Master swordsmith Tony Swatton has made plenty of blades from games and movies over the course of the Man at Arms series, but has he ever tackled one you could put inside a Pokéball? A wild Honedge appears as Swatton and his team attempt to create a real-life version of the sharp-edged Pokémon after the jump.
Everyone's favorite weapon-forging web series, Man at Arms, is back with another real-world crack at a fantastic video game blade. This time Tony Swatton and co. are taking on Chrom's Falchion from Fire Emblem: Awakening, so see how the final product turned out after the jump.