Named for the final Grandmaster of the Knights Templar, the Gothic-styled Molay sword has a forged blade of EN9 high carbon steel. The forged and stylistically-twisted crossguard is mild steel, as is the pommel with a prominent Templar Cross. The wooden grip is tightly bound in supple black leather.
The sword has a companion scabbard of wood tightly wrapped in black leather and finished with a protective steel chape and locket. It has three steel hanging rings to allow for the wearer to choose to wear it vertically or at an angle.
A solidly built sword, this arming sword has a point of balance far enough ahead of the crossguard to ensure it strikes with force but still keeps a good amount of maneuverability by not having that point of balance so far out that it makes the sword feel overly tip-heavy.