‘Game of Thrones’ Weapons – Which one’s your favorite?

‘Game of Thrones’ Weapons

Like mythical matchups? Ali vs Tyson. LeBron vs Jordan. Warriors 2016 vs Bulls 1996. That’s the beauty about these “vs” things – we’ll never know, will we? Though, they do throw up interesting debates.How about take this to a fantasy level, say something to do with “Game of Thrones”? Suppose we genetically engineer a bunch of super soldiers, all of the similar height, weight, strength, and fighting ability and hand them different “Game of Thrones” weapons. Who would you fancy to be the last one standing?

‘Game of Thrones’ Weapons

The person holding Eddard Stark’s Ice perhaps? Or its Valyrian cousin Longclawthat is Jon Snow’s weapon of choice? Dragon glass, much like the aforementioned weapons, is capable of ending a White Walker and wielding something made from volcanic glass is kind of cool; sadly, it may not amount to much against the longer swords. Arya’s lighter “stick it with the pointy end” Needle can be a deadly weapon in the hands of someone with speed of thought and movement but alas our little tournament is filled with supermen with the same abilities. Another Valyrian sword, Oathkeeper, once of Jamie Lannister and now in the capable hands of Brienne of Tarth, can be a game changer. You can also make a case for Dawn, which was once wielded by Ser Arthur Dayne, perhaps the greatest swordsman of them all.

Game of Thrones’ Weapons

So, which weapon’s your favorite? Do you want to own one? We suggest you first check out some of Museum Replica’s amazing officially licensed “Game of Thrones” products. We have mugs, helmets, shields and, of course, weapons. No, you will not find Wildfire or any of Dany’s dragons – we reckon they are way too hazardous!

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