Available for Pre-Order: Wield the Power of Frostmourne
Blizzard added a Frostmourne replica to the Blizzard Gear store today. Purchases through the affiliate links below will support the site.
Originally Posted by Blizzard (Blue Tracker / Official Forums)
"Whomsoever takes up this blade shall wield power eternal. Just as the blade rends flesh, so must power scar the spirit."–Muradin

The most powerful runeblade currently known to exist, Frostmourne has long been the instrument of destruction wielded by the mighty Lich King. Now you can add this legendary sword to your collection when you pre-order* it on the Blizzard Gear Store today.



This premium Frostmourne Sword 1:1 scale replica is truly one-of-a-kind. The sword body is made by lost wax casting with engraving, milling finishing, and manual polishing. The materials used to create this premium replica are zinc-copper alloy, stainless steel, and leather. Separate wall mount available.

Limited Edition Frostmourne Replica

  • 49.21" h x 13.07" w x 4.72" l
  • 16.75 lbs.
  • Zinc-Copper Alloy, Stainless Steel, Leather
  • Includes Certificate of Authenticity
  • Officially Licensed




Frostmourne Sword Wall Mount:

The Frostmourne Sword wall mount is the ultimate accessory to display your premium Frostmourne Sword Replica. Includes hanging instructions. Sword not included.

  • 22.05" h x 10.63" w x 3.9" l
  • 6.72 lbs.
  • Metal, Resin
  • Officially Licensed

Frostmourne hungers. Pre-Order yours today!



Join your allies in the defense of Azeroth in World of Warcraft®: Wrath of the Lich King Classic™.

* Must be 18 or older to purchase.
This article was originally published in forum thread: Available for Pre-Order: Wield the Power of Frostmourne started by Lumy View original post
Comments 56 Comments
  1. SinR's Avatar
    For the geek that invested in NFTs and Bitcoin.

    its ONLY 1500 for the sword and 200 for the mount!
  1. Sorrowseer's Avatar
    $1500

    hahahahahahah
  1. Cosmicpreds's Avatar
    I'm not buying that...

    Besides, it's Ashbringer fodder
  1. SinR's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Cosmicpreds View Post
    I'm not buying that...

    Besides, it's Ashbringer fodder
    just smash it and make the Blades of the Fallen Prince!
  1. Berkilak's Avatar
    Frostmourne has lost its mystique in a post-Shadowlands world.
  1. exochaft's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Cosmicpreds View Post
    I'm not buying that...

    Besides, it's Ashbringer fodder
    That's what happens when you don't give your blade proper maintenance! Look at all those chips and gouges in the blade, no surprise it broke!

    Don't doubt some people will buy this, but I have a sneaking suspicion the market for such an item is going to be much lower than they expect. Not necessarily for the price (although legit sword replicas tend to be pricy, and inflation/economy woes are kicking a lot of people's butts), but excitement and desire for the IP just not being ideal. There's a reason it's being released right now during the hype for WotLK classic: outside this window, there isn't much hype for the IP.
  1. huth's Avatar
    Holy crap that thing is heavy. Imagine what it would weigh if it was made from weapons grade steel. This one is already about 12 times to heavy to be usable
  1. Nilinor's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by huth View Post
    Holy crap that thing is heavy. Imagine what it would weigh if it was made from weapons grade steel. This one is already about 12 times to heavy to be usable
    yea a regular broadsword or greatsword avg about 5lbs or less.

    This is definitely not a usable weapon.
  1. PixelFox's Avatar
    Yeah, a real katana weighs about three pounds. This sword is pushing 17 pounds. Even great swords were more like five pounds. Practicality as an actual weapon aside, you're going to hurt yourself or (unintentionally) destroy something with this lol.

    Also, the $200 (optional, lol) wall mount looks really minimal. Does it just sort of balance there? Seems highly unsatisfying IMHO.
  1. MKGulantik's Avatar
    That's 5 times the price from when they sold it in 2008, I'm sure it is. Sad times.
  1. WarHammer's Avatar
    The 2008 version is still for sale at Epic Weapons, comes with the wall hanger for 1/5 the price.
    https://epicswords.com/product/frostmourne-replica/
  1. FelPlague's Avatar
    When I got my job I paid 200$ and got on of the originals. (cad)
    THis one is almost the exact same, with only some slight additions, and costs 2000$?
    Why, why the fuck whyy?!
    I mean I like the additions, a bit more detail, like the inlaid runes and the "battle damage"
    but otherwise i do not see the reason to buy this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WarHammer View Post
    The 2008 version is still for sale at Epic Weapons, comes with the wall hanger for 1/5 the price.
    https://epicswords.com/product/frostmourne-replica/
    1 10th if you get the right place, thing is this one does actually have a fair bit of changes, but not enough to be worth this much.
  1. SinR's Avatar
    Arthas was swole as fuck
  1. OrangeJuice's Avatar
    Ya I think I'll pass on a $1500 chunk of steel that cost $10 to make. Also this will never not be in preorder status. Nobody mass produces this.
  1. Maruka's Avatar
    im in for three
  1. loras's Avatar
    Why are people complaining about the weight, have they ever held a real twohander? (admittedly they're less intended for person-to-person fighting and more to chop away at halberds, spears, shipwood etc., and executioner blades get even worse).
    Those blades are as long as person and easily top 10 kgs.

    This one seems more the size of a bastard sword, so it's not unfair that the weight is too much, but it's not like swords can't weight that much.
    Personally i'd be more concerned about the balance, which will likely be atrocious.
  1. Agall's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by SinR View Post
    Arthas was swole as fuck
    Anyone buying this is unlikely to be able to effectively wield it, with equivalently sized bastard or two hand swords being less than half that weight. Those are even a beast to swing around if you're not in somewhat good shape.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Agall View Post
    Anyone buying this is unlikely to be able to effectively wield it, with equivalently sized bastard or two hand swords being less than half that weight. Those are even a beast to swing around if you're not in somewhat good shape.
    "The two-handed sword was such a weapon, and its greater weight and length meant it could deliver a more powerful blow to an opponent. These swords could be up to 1.7 m (5 ½ ft) in length with longer grips for balance. Two-handed swords used in battle would have weighed approximately 5– 7 lbs."
  1. Razorice's Avatar
    $1500?! In this economy?

    they have lost their minds lmao
  1. OneTripleZero's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by loras View Post
    Why are people complaining about the weight, have they ever held a real twohander? (admittedly they're less intended for person-to-person fighting and more to chop away at halberds, spears, shipwood etc., and executioner blades get even worse).
    Those blades are as long as person and easily top 10 kgs.

    This one seems more the size of a bastard sword, so it's not unfair that the weight is too much, but it's not like swords can't weight that much.
    Personally i'd be more concerned about the balance, which will likely be atrocious.
    No sword weighs as much as this thing. I should know, I own one of the first run of these from back in the day, and I also train with longswords.

    Swords are light. This thing is heavy. It is completely unsuited for any kind of actual use. And no, a twohanded sword doesn't weigh anywhere close to 10kg. They're 4-5 on the far, far end. You simply can't swing something that weighs that much with any kind of effectiveness.
  1. Gloriandus's Avatar
    Never understood the spikes on the grip. Looks cool, but why would anyone want to wield it that way?>

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