Assassin’s Creed Costume With Real Bladed Weapons Turns You Into 12th Century Elite Killer


Why play Assassin's Creed when you can buy the weapons for real?  Museum Replicas can't endow you with any of the magical or stealth powers, but you can get Altair's full costume and fancy blades right from their online store, allowing you to dress like a 12th century killer-for-hire.

They're not toys either.  All the weapons - from the extension knife to the sword to the sheaths - are made by Atlanta Cutlery and they're the real deal.  You can use them to behead zombies, slit a pig's throat or put other people in danger like any weaponized blades.

Want Altair's full get up?  No problem.  You can get the hood with a tunic ($109), the leather belt that doubles as a knife holster ($149), the boots ($240), the glove and vambraces ($19 and $80, respectively) and the decorative red sash ($39).  Four different sets of bladed weapons are available too, with the full-sized sword being the most expensive at $190.  Overall, if you want to look and arm yourself like a full-blooded elite Assassin from 1191 AD Jerusalem, all you need is to throw down a little over $1,000.  You can also dress up your hangers-on along, with the Crusader Priest, William of Montferrat, Robert de Sable and Lionheart costumes similarly stocked.

Of course, with Assassin's Creed 2 on the pipe for a 2010 release, you may just want to wait for that.  Do remember it's a whole other character, though (Ezio), who will probably have a different set of weapons and outfits.  Maybe your best friend can  buy that so your next LARPing session can be an elite 12th century assassin head to head.  And it's a fight to the death (no kidding).  Good riddance.

[Museum Replicas via Kotaku]

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9 Responses

  1. Artaud

    is there any where where i can get non metal replica weapons? most of the cons i go to dont let you in with weapons you describe

  2. Xenofon

    How much does the hidden blade only cost?Remember ONLY
    the hidden blade.(its on his right hand-wrist)Thanks!

  3. Nairb85

    Ezio’s initial blade is on his left wrist aswell, being that your ring finger was suppose to be removed to show your commitment to the order. Although Ezio’s blade was modified, so this wasn’t necessary. The hidden blade on museum replicas is approx $120, but from reviews I’ve seen it’s not very well contructed. To who asked about non-metal they have a “LARP latex” version of the sword for around $70.

  4. julie

    Hi Everyone,

    I need a man size Ezio costume to be used in a TV commercial. I need it fast, by next week, ( end of September 2010 ) and just need to rent it for a few days. Does anyone have one they would like to hire out? I can pay about £100. I don’t mind if it’s home made looking.


  5. Michael Cornelison

    This is a very detailed costume design. I too think that the non-metal version might be a little safer. And if you were flying it might prove a little tricky getting your bags checked. I also see a lot of similar, and much cheaper, costumes on eBay. Can anyone speak to the quality of the eBay vs not eBay?

    Michael Cornelison

  6. rick

    I need a costume for a nine year old boy assassins creed is this possible

  7. Mallory

    My boyfriend loves this costume, and the game of course. I know he’d love to have one of these, but he’s been getting into the 501st / Stormtrooper thing, which is an equally expensive costuming hobby, so I think Assassin’s Creed might have to wait a bit!

  8. anime conventions

    this stuff is taking over, i remember a couple years ago you couldnt hear about cosplaying in america


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