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Crocheted Viking and Dwarf Beard Helmets Keep You Warm, Won’t Protect Your Head from a Warhammer

by Conner Flynn
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No matter which fantasy game you prefer, whether it is in a video game or an RPG boardgame, there are always characters with huge beards and a helmet. Dwarves instantly come to mind. In the old days, if you wanted to look like one of these guys, you had to buy a helmet and grow a beard for ten years.

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Well, now you can just buy a crocheted version that takes care of both beard and helmet in one fell swoop. They look pretty awesome and instantly transform you into a fantasy character. These are handmade by LegendaryCrafts on Etsy and will cost you $65-$85(USD) depending on which one you want.

The beards are detachable thanks to two buttons on either side, just in case you feel like going beardless that day. They will even make custom pieces per your instructions. It’s a great time to be a geek, isn’t it?

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