‘Game Of Thrones’: Making Ned Stark’s Massive Sword Ice (Video)
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About this time of year we’re all usually getting into the new season of HBO’s Game of Thrones. But this year, as the final seasons of the show approach, things have changed a bit and we have to wait a little longer. An official premiere date for season seven was revealed recently with ice and fire.

To help pass the time until that long-awaited next season arrives, the AWE me YouTube channel series Man at Arms recently created a replica of Ned Stark’s legendary blade, named Ice.

You can watch the nearly 20-minute video of the forging of the massive blade below.

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Building The Ultimate ‘Dungeons & Dragons’ Table (Video)
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AWE me is known for YouTube series like Man at Arms (and Reforged) and DIY Prop Shop. They also do a series called Super-Fan Builds in which they create unbelievable creations for the biggest fans of various things.

In their most recent episode, a ridiculous Dungeons & Dragons gaming table is built for one D&D megafan. It includes a huge tabletop screen for changing maps, a Dungeon Master station, adventurer stations including tablets, and more.

You can see how it looks in the video below.

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Win Halloween With These DIY ‘Walking Dead,’ ‘Evil Dead,’ and ‘BioShock’ Props (Videos)
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Some people are content simply purchasing whatever is available for who or what they want to be for Halloween. More crafty folks, such as cosplayers, might prefer taking the long road and building their costumes and props from scratch.

YouTube series DIY Prop Shop has been doing some great videos recently, perfect for this time of year. They offer tutorials on how to build replicas of Negan’s bat Lucille from The Walking Dead, Ash’s chainsaw hand from the Evil Dead movies and TV show, and an ADAM syringe from BioShock.

Learn how to make your very own replicas of these props in the videos below.

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How To Build Your Own ‘Rick and Morty’ Portal Gun (Video)
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For fans of Adult Swim’s Rick and Morty who are currently suffering through the painful wait for season three to arrive, here’s something to help pass some of that time.

YouTube series DIY Prop Shop has released a new video offering a tutorial on how to create your own Rick and Morty portal gun, which Rick Sanchez uses to get himself and Morty to various parallel universes and dimensions and so on.

See how to build the prop replica in the video below.

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How To Make Your Own ‘Fallout’ Pip-Boy and Elder Scroll Replicas (Videos)
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The do it yourself prop crafting tutorial YouTube series DIY Prop Shop is always a fun place to find low-budget ideas for creating replicas of your favorite geeky goodies such as the flux capacitor and hoverboard from Back to the Future, the Necronomicon Ex-Mortis from Evil Dead, and Captain Mal’s gun from Firefly, just to name a few.

But if you’re a fan of the games of Bethesda Game Studios, their recent videos will be of great interest to you. Not only have they released a video showing how you can make your very own Elder Scroll from the Elders Scrolls series, but also a video on how to make an impressive Pip-Boy replica from the Fallout universe. Fair warning: these are by no means easy things to pull off, but if you have the time, patience, and some crafting skills, they’re definitely doable!

You can check out both videos below.

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