Forging a Real Life Keyblade

Forging a Real Life Keyblade

by Steve Napierski to Videos

It was pretty damn cool to watch someone fabricate an actual keyblade. I’ll be honest, when I first started watching this video I expected it to be boring. When I got to the end, I was pleasantly entertained minus one minor problem… What the hectic did that Dreamcast ever do to anyone?! If you really wanted to prove how powerful the keyblade was, you should have tried to take out a Nintendo 64. Those things could survive a nuclear explosion.

source: YouTube
  • http://johnsassacrestrider.tumblr.com John Strider

    Hitting a N64 would probably break the Keyblade.
    Into pieces.

    • Hiyoto

      Heheh, right?

  • Sparanda

    Is it bad that mt first thought while watching this video was “You’re swinging it the wrong way!”

    • Sabbo

      Bah. It’s always been a better axe than club.

  • Anon

    That blade is not forged, it’s machined. Forging is done using pressure (eg. beating it with a hammer to give it shape)

    • Cyre

      ^What he said- but then again, that guy is a prop maker who puts sharp edges on his props.
      Even though Napierski might have chosen a poor title for this video, the prop still looks pretty cool and I wouldn’t mind having one.