This is a dragon slayer’s sword, it represents years of research into myth and Germanic material culture and is the culmination of a 20 year career as a swordsmith. The blade is constructed from two nine layer twisted strands in the core and an edge of over 600 layer forlded steel.
Matt always feels a little out of place when he’s at work. Which is probably not that strange, considering he’s just a lowly staff techinician and his post is at a police station. The Canadian equivalent of the FBI, even. He supposes it is nice enough. The police officers that have their offices here are usually very amiable and treat him and the other on staff like they were comrades. The pay is decent too, way better than he would have gotten anywhere else. His day are usually not very busy, just the occasional paperwork when one of the policemen breaks something or when another one calls his office because of technical errors.
But then, one day he gets a call he has been dreading. It’s from Constable Liam Hux, of the hacker/intel department. One would think that those supposedly IT savvy guys could handle their pown problems, but contrary to popular belief, they are the worst. And Hux is worst of them all. Matt uses to steal glances at him by the watercooler sometimes. He’s incredibly handsome, with steely grey eyes, sunkissed skin with freckles and copper hair, but his stunning looks can’t make up for how downright terrifying he is. Granted, his understaff is useless, making Hux justified in yelling at them. Still, Matt is dreading meeting him as he makes his way to the constable’s office.
The scabbard of the sword is carved from wenge (wood), the fittings are made of silicon bronze, while the blade is 360 layer 1080/8670m. The design and ornamentation featured are based on the Celtic La Tene period, although not a copy of a specific artifact.
Taylor, I see you liking stuff in terms of Diplo getting powned by Swifties and your Celeb Friends, but if you’re on, in all seriousness, you’ve got a beautiful booty and an amazing body and I hope you’re shaking what Diplo said off because you look fucking amazing, okay?
At least it’s funny: Mike doesn’t take himself at all seriously, he’s got a gift for the gab and I can hear a definite subtext about his customers (“…the demand for ridiculously oversized weaponry is very high in the land of the civilian Humvee…“) but hey, they’re giving him money to do something he enjoys.
Just don’t watch this show thinking you’ll learn about swords. What Mike makes are Sword-Like Objects, and that’s not the same at all.
But you will definitely learn that an X and his X are soon X, that there’s X born every X, and nobody should X a gift X in the X…