Fire Sword that EXPLODES with Dragon’s Breath Lycopodium
These swords are made for the serious fire player. With a huge 1-inch diameter chamber. You can pack plenty of Lycopodium to last you a significant flurry of flames. Nothing will compare to the huge fire blasts that come outta these babies. You can own a burn circle instantly or use their prowess to solidify that glowing review from your high-end client at your upcoming performance.
Lycopodium Swords Guaranteed to impress your clients and friends
The wick is stapled and glued to be durable and long lasting, also easily removed & replaced should the need ever arise. The Lycopodium swords feature an EPDM to grant comfort and control. On the handle end is an end cap that seals the end with no opportunity for Lycopodium spillage. The cap is easily removed for filling the blade with the Lyco.
One end cap of the end of the blade where the lycopodium comes out and one stored in the handle. To load the Dragonslayer Fire Sword, you ensure the end cap on the tip of the blade is fully secured and will prevent any Lycopodium spilling out the end before it is ready for use. Proceed to remove the end cap on the handle and fill your legendary fire weapon with the Lycopodium. After filling, replace the end cap on the handle – now the sword is loaded and ready for transport to the fuelling station. Fuel lightly with a squeezy bottle and do not over soak the blade. You must ensure there is no excess fuel dripping anywhere near the tip of the blade… Lycopodium will easily become wet and turn to mud, therefore, eliminating its ability to explode as required.
When it comes time to sever the veil between worlds with your mighty blade… swap the fill cap with the dispersion cap. Ensure that you keep the blade upright at all times… light the heavenly beast annnnnnnddddd SWING FIRE LIKE A DEMON-KING/ QUEEN laying siege to all that stands before you.
Make sure to keep a safe distance from the explosions. I highly recommend testing your new heavenly blade at home in your backyard before performing or presenting it in public.