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Watch a Skyrim Dragonborn Helmet Being Forged

by Conner Flynn
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Man at Arms: Reforged has journeyed into the fantasy world of Skyrim to forge a real world Dragonborn helmet. Even though they mostly forge weapons, a true smith does armor as well – and Baltimore Knife and Sword does just that. It’s not all about attacking after all. You have to protect your body parts too.

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To demonstrate its effectiveness in combat they sliced a watermelon with a sword, and then tried to slice the helmet to show that it is a functional piece of armor. All it did was wreck the sword. Really wreck the sword.

The guy wearing it would live, although he would have a hell of a headache. Better then having your head slashed for sure. I would go into combat with this helmet myself, but I took an arrow to the knee.

[via Fashionably Geek]

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