Lord of the Rings

Lord of the Rings

J. R. R. Tolkien's Lord of the Rings book series has reigned over the hearts of fans for over seven decades. It was released in 1954, as a series of books that chronicle the adventures of fantastical beings like hobbits, dwarves, and elves, along with great men who roamed and ruled over the mythical Middle Earth. The Lord of the Rings books recounts the tale of the epic journeys undertaken by a group of mere mortals for the greater good of the whole World.

Just like the books, which were predicted by many critics would "outlast our time," the Lord of the Rings films also dominated the box office. Produced by the illustrious movie maker Peter Jackson, the Lord of the Rings movies set many precedents in the industry. The film boasts an impressive ensemble cast, including respected names such as Sir Ian McKellen, Christopher Lee, Sean Bean, Orlando Bloom, Elijah Wood, Liv Tyler, and Cate Blanchett. Even the costumes, sets, and props used in the films won several awards, acknowledging the attention to detail paid to the whole production.

The collectables from the Lord of the Rings franchise are always highly anticipated by fans. The beautiful and powerful weapon collectables are especially popular for their aesthetically pleasing yet deadly aura. Otakuninjahero offers an impressive Lord of the Rings collectable swords and daggers collection that includes everything from sleek Elven swords to impressive dwarven axes.

The most highly rated collectable swords in the collection are Anduril, the Sword Of King Elessar wielded by Aragorn; Sting, the Elvin dagger carried by Frodo Baggins, and beautiful Elf swords wielded by immortal elves like Lady Arwen, Legolas, and Elvenking Thranduil. The collectables of Gardalf’s life-size magic staff and Sauron’s broken sword are also highly prized by the series' fans.

All swords and daggers sold by Otakuninjahero are exact replicas of the originals, and feature dulled edges for safe handling.

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