Gladius

Evolving from the ancient bronze and iron edged weapons of the Hitties and Celts the Gladius became the blade that won the lands of the Roman Empire. Gladius is literally Latin for "sword" and emerged from the Iron Age to be used by Roman legionaries from the 3rd century BC. The common Gladius was straight and double-edged, with a sharp V-shaped pointed tip and a rhomboid cross section - ideal for short, powerful thrusts. Fits most standard minifig hands.

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Gladius (of Invisibility) - Trans Clear
Evolving from the ancient bronze and iron edged weapons of the Hittites and Celts the Gladius became the blade that won the lands of the Roman Empire. Gladius is literally Latin for "sword" and emerged from the Iron Age to be used by Roman Legionaries from the 3rd century BC. The common Gladius was straight and double-edged, with a sharp V-shaped pointed tip and a rhomboid cross section - ideal for short, powerful thrusts. Fits most standard minifig hands.

You discover.....
You are only able to decipher a faint outline as you reach for the item in front of you. A shroud of evanescent mist attempts to conceal you, and your surroundings appear unable to detect you. While not absolutely invisible you are granted the ability to move stealthily and access skills like Shadow Step which ports you into striking range and Levitation to help you cross small obstacles. Agent be wary...aspect slows movement speed and wears off indeterminately.

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Gladius (of Poison) - Trans Green
Evolving from the ancient bronze and iron edged weapons of the Hittites and Celts the Gladius became the blade that won the lands of the Roman Empire. Gladius is literally Latin for "sword" and emerged from the Iron Age to be used by Roman Legionaries from the 3rd century BC. The common Gladius was straight and double-edged, with a sharp V-shaped pointed tip and a rhomboid cross section - ideal for short, powerful thrusts. Fits most standard minifig hands.

Corrosive Etchings translate: of Poison
The item seeps green luminesce which is telling of the toxic properties contained within. Crippling Poison immobilizes the target while Acid Stream and Venom Sting strike with unsuspecting precision.

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Gladius (of Summoning) - Trans Red
Evolving from the ancient bronze and iron edged weapons of the Hittites and Celts the Gladius became the blade that won the lands of the Roman Empire. Gladius is literally Latin for "sword" and emerged from the Iron Age to be used by Roman Legionaries from the 3rd century BC. The common Gladius was straight and double-edged, with a sharp V-shaped pointed tip and a rhomboid cross section - ideal for short, powerful thrusts. Fits most standard minifig hands.

Strange Symbols translate: of Summoning
When you examine this item a foreboding numbness overcomes you. As your consciousness slips into the realm of the ether-world voices pledge their loyalty in exchange for their release. You realize that bearing this item empowers you to enlist the aide of an assortment of nefarious creatures. Call upon the spirits of the undead with Summon Skeletal Warrior or Command Beast for a peripheral bodyguard. When faced with multiple targets call out Conjure Demon or Invoke Elemental.

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Gladius - Black
Evolving from the ancient bronze and iron edged weapons of the Hittites and Celts the Gladius became the blade that won the lands of the Roman Empire. Gladius is literally Latin for "sword" and emerged from the Iron Age to be used by Roman Legionaries from the 3rd century BC. The common Gladius was straight and double-edged, with a sharp V-shaped pointed tip and a rhomboid cross section - ideal for short, powerful thrusts. Fits most standard minifig hands.

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Gladius - Bronze
Evolving from the ancient bronze and iron edged weapons of the Hittites and Celts the Gladius became the blade that won the lands of the Roman Empire. Gladius is literally Latin for "sword" and emerged from the Iron Age to be used by Roman Legionaries from the 3rd century BC. The common Gladius was straight and double-edged, with a sharp V-shaped pointed tip and a rhomboid cross section - ideal for short, powerful thrusts. Fits most standard minifig hands.

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Gladius - Glow in the Dark
Evolving from the ancient bronze and iron edged weapons of the Hittites and Celts the Gladius became the blade that won the lands of the Roman Empire. Gladius is literally Latin for "sword" and emerged from the Iron Age to be used by Roman Legionaries from the 3rd century BC. The common Gladius was straight and double-edged, with a sharp V-shaped pointed tip and a rhomboid cross section - ideal for short, powerful thrusts. Fits most standard minifig hands.

You discover.....
You are only able to decipher a faint outline as you reach for the item in front of you. A shroud of evanescent mist attempts to conceal you, and your surroundings appear unable to detect you. While not absolutely invisible you are granted the ability to move stealthily and access skills like Shadow Step which ports you into striking range and Levitation to help you cross small obstacles. Agent be wary...aspect slows movement speed and wears off indeterminately.

Our price: $1.00
Quantity (546 available)
Gladius - Gold
Evolving from the ancient bronze and iron edged weapons of the Hittites and Celts the Gladius became the blade that won the lands of the Roman Empire. Gladius is literally Latin for "sword" and emerged from the Iron Age to be used by Roman Legionaries from the 3rd century BC. The common Gladius was straight and double-edged, with a sharp V-shaped pointed tip and a rhomboid cross section - ideal for short, powerful thrusts. Fits most standard minifig hands.

Our price: $1.00
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Gladius - Silver
Evolving from the ancient bronze and iron edged weapons of the Hittites and Celts the Gladius became the blade that won the lands of the Roman Empire. Gladius is literally Latin for "sword" and emerged from the Iron Age to be used by Roman Legionaries from the 3rd century BC. The common Gladius was straight and double-edged, with a sharp V-shaped pointed tip and a rhomboid cross section - ideal for short, powerful thrusts. Fits most standard minifig hands.

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Gladius - Steel
Evolving from the ancient bronze and iron edged weapons of the Hittites and Celts the Gladius became the blade that won the lands of the Roman Empire. Gladius is literally Latin for "sword" and emerged from the Iron Age to be used by Roman Legionaries from the 3rd century BC. The common Gladius was straight and double-edged, with a sharp V-shaped pointed tip and a rhomboid cross section - ideal for short, powerful thrusts. Fits most standard minifig hands.

Our price: $1.00
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