This Gothic-style longsword has a blade forged from EN45 high carbon steel; it has a sharply tapered tip optimized for the thrusting-oriented combat of longswords in battlefields where substantial amounts of plate protection was expected. Unlike some later swords which were only good for thrusting, this sword retains enough width in the blade to ensure it can slash and cut to good effect in skilled hands.
The crossguard with its large, perforated crosses is of steel – as is the pommel. The wooden grip is bound with leather cordage in its top half and a tight wrap of leather in its bottom half. The wood-core scabbard is wrapped in stitched leather and it capped with a steel tip chape.
With a tapered blade and a long grip for leverage, this longsword is both a quick-striking and agile sword.