Forging Loki's Staff Is A Fittingly Convoluted Process

Forging Loki's Staff Is A Fittingly Convoluted Process

Trust a trickster god to wield one of the most complicated weapons the folks at Man At Arms: Reforged have ever had to recreate.

Loki likely didn't create the Chitauri sceptre he carried in the first Avengers movie, but he's the one who stuffed an Infinity Gem inside of it, so we'll call it his. And while the Man At Arms version doesn't quite match up with the movie prop (image via the Marvel Cinematic Universe Wiki)...

Forging Loki's Staff Is A Fittingly Convoluted Process

...it at least captures the multi-segmented alien insect design of the weapon. And hey, it actually cuts things quite well, so there's that. Maybe if Loki had this version we wouldn't be anxiously awaiting a sequel.


Comments

    Mmm, bit of a wasted effort, really. Man At Arms isn't as interesting when they're just making a replica of an existing movie prop. What makes them interesting is when they create real-world versions of exotic weapons that have never existed in the real world before, from anime and games.

      My favourite is Raphael's sai's. Those look wonderfully well crafted.

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