Pre-made Props/Miscellaneous

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Arm Street
A Ukranian armorer and garber - their stuff is top notch, hand made, and for the SCAers out there, made of traditional materials (with specific exceptions that are noted). Josh has boots from them and is thoroughly pleased with their build. The only drawback is shipping is pretty costly.


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Arteso
Truly beautiful period furniture. They sell everything from banquet tables to chests. Prices are in Euros, which are about a US dollar.


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Azure Green
Wiccan, Pagan, and general occult supplies and decorations. Chris Melton, one of the owners of Legacies, can get some of the stuff wholesale so contact him prior to ordering to see if you can get a discount


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Badger's Den
The Badgers Den specializes in LARP, SCA, Rennaisance and other Re-enactment needs. Feastware, Clothing, Boots, Latex Weaponry, Costumes, Contact Lenses, Leather Goods, Badger Balm, Lighting, Historical Gifts and Much More! Kim can bring the items to event if you want to purchase them there.


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Battery operated candles
This site has some truly great looking LED candle analogs.


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Bow Sinister Archery
Custom bows and crossbows, leatherwork, and a little bit of leather armor


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Chivalry Sports
Garb, patterns, armor, props, accessories, real steel, etc. Excellent service.


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Dapper Cadaver
Wierd shit. Really.


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Darkknight Armoury
This site has a very wide variety of useful and interestig items. They have LARP weapons, armor, and LOADS of garb.


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Dein larp shop (your larp shop)
Great garb, the largest selection of weapons and shields I've ever seen (including custom work); pretty much one stop shopping.
Also, boffer safe books.


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Eeldrytch Armouree
Good looking accessories. Leather armor, pouches, etc.


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Excalibur Leather
Pretty nice leather hats and gloves. They also have belt pouches, regular garb, and bracers.


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Forgotten Dreams
Manufacturer of the Forgotten Dreams latex weapons, though their site also has products from Epic Armoury and a wealth of costuming. Prices are in Euros and shipping will be painful, but a good place to go if you want to see their full product line.


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Lark in the morning
Huge selection of period instruments.


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LARP Fortress
Complete line of cutting edge LARP gear. Armor, Weaponry, Clothing, Accessories, and everything else you'll need to crush your foes.


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LarpInn
Extremely cool site. Lots of stuff you can't find anywhere else. Prices are very good, especially for armor.


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Le troll aux trousses
Pretty snazzy armor. The weapons are very different than normal latex weapons and are SIGNIFICANTLY denser. They are more resiliant but players will need to be very careful to pull their blows.


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Leder Joe
Fairly awesome leather armor and props, but the site is in German.


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Lion of the Sun
Custom full head masks, great for felinae, canids, and mongrels. Lionel will add electronics, such as bionic ears to prevent a loss of hearing in the mask. VERY high quality stuff, Josh had a Jinx mask made by him and while it didn't work for the character it was highly recommended none-the-less


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LRP Store Ltd.
Located in the UK. These guys have all kinds of goodies, including latex armor. NOTE: Unless the items you order are in stock they will make you wait two months to get your order.


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Lundegaard Armoury
Some nice metalwork goodies: pins, buttons and the such.


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Maskworld
Don't let the name fool you. They have a VERY large selection of LARP friendly items, including one of the largest selections of latex weapons I've seen in one place.


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Medieval Costumes & Gifts
Some cheasy armor, some not cheasy. Some pretty inexpensive chainmail; I'd keep a pair of pliers handy.


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Mid-East Mfg
Period instruments. Good prices, especially since Chris can wholesale from them.


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Morbid Mask studios
Great masks and Prosthetics , though the site design sucks.


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Museum Replicas Ltd.
Garb, steel weapons, latex weapons, armor, accessories, etc. They’ve got it all, and Chris can sell it to you at a discount.


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Oberon Design
Embossed leather journals, leather belts, and best of all, custom leather pouches.


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Organic Armor
Very well made and comfortable custom horns and other character costuming.


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Pans House of Horns
Great costume horns. The Badger's Den is a reseller so try them first


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Panther Primitives
Period pavilions, camping gear, patterns, accessories, etc.


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Past Tents
Period pavilions. Based in the UK.


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Primal Visions
Custom costuming- many full head masks ideal for canids, felinae and mongrels. Pretty awesome looking stuff


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Prydwen Workshop
High quality woodworking and statuary. Very nice, but also pricey.


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Skian Mhor
All things kewl in latex, non-kinky. Based in the UK. Everything from full-sized creatures to crossbows.


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Sould Pad Tents
These are a slightly modernized update on the old Sibley tent design, used for centuries. They are period and pretty affordable. I have put one of these up and they are a snap. And easy to transport, as the only pole (center) breaks down. The zip on ground cloth is pretty freaking cool.


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Sowers Pewter
Pewter drinking and feast ware. Some pretty reasonably priced stuff if you look for it, especially in the Carson Statesmetal area.


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Sword Moon
Great pouches, lot's of other stuff.


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The Armory
The Armory offers a wide selection of Swords, Medieval Weapons, Samurai Armor, Roman Armor, Medieval Armor, Renaissance Clothing and Jewelry.


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The Inner Bailey
A good deal of leather goodies.


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Thomas Dale Company Pewterware
Loads of drinkinf and feast ware. Pricey but nice.


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Tudor Dressing
A mix of pretty nice garb, at least some of it Museum Replicas. They also have a couple different sets of boots.


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Turning Point Woodworks
Nice wooden goblets.


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