Ankorillian warriors carries, on a regular basis, Na-ha (spears) and many different types of Pahas (daggers). However, these are not daggers as most people think of them.
Full Item Description
Among the many types of daggers are those made from Ankorillian hardwoods. These Paha daggers are sharpened at one or both ends and some had shark's teeth imbedded in the pointed end to enhance their effectiveness. A broken spear, cut to the appropriate length, also serves well as a dagger. The average dagger is about 18 inches long but could extend up to about 3 feet in length.
There are daggers with one of its ends enlarged for use as a club. The Paha-Ku is made from the bill of the broad-billed swordfish and the Paha-Ka is made from the bill of the marlin. These are daggers provided by nature and serves those who uses them very well. The naturally rough edges of the marlin bill(imagine a saw) are sometimes left on and provided a particular cutting effect. Also, the bill was either left with its natural point or sometimes barbed.
Ankorillian warriors carries, on a regular basis, Na-ha (spears) and many different types of daggers. These weapons are be used to confront any kind of threat, as well as on the fields of battle. The dagger playes a prominent role because it is easily carried and/or slipped into the waistband of the male warrior loincloth. Besides, daggers strikes much faster than big, heavy clubs.
Not Registered Yet? No problem.
Do you want Strolenati super powers? Registering. That's how you get super powers! These are just a couple powers you receive with more to come as you participate.
- Upvote and give XP to encourage useful comments.
- Work on submissions in private or flag them for assistance.
- Earn XP and gain levels that give you more site abilities (super powers).
- You should register. All your friends are doing it!
? Responses (3)
Solid material for an aquatic based game, useful tools for a non-metal working society.
An interesting tribal weapon!
What they said. Bill of the sword-fish, bill of the marlin... Nice!