FINALLY. Long have I waited for Man At Arms to make the iconic hidden wristblade from Assassin's Creed, better known as one of the raddest weapons in video game history. Now he has, and he has not disappointed.
At AWE me, master weaponsmith Tony Swatton has crafted the iconic spring-loaded wristblade from the Assassin's Creed games with an amazing attention to detail. He's also made a gorgeous pirate's cutlass, in honour of the upcoming pirate-themed Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag.
At the end of the video, as usual, his demonstrators test the weaponry out on a number of household objects. I heard that can of energy drink was a Templar agent anyway.