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Valyrian Steel, makers of limited edition replicas based on the weapons of A Song of Ice and Fire, have annnounced today that their Damascus steel edition of Jon Snow’s sword, Longclaw, will be delayed until July. They explain that the producer of the weapons (who, at last report, had produced over 40 of them by the start of March) underestimated how long it would take to complete the ordered weapons without taking shortcuts which the company would not allow.
In related news, earlier in the month they reported that they’ve decided the next weapon to tackle after Eddard Stark’s sword Ice: King Robert’s famous warhammer.
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