Spears

Explore a collection of iconic spears that will elevate your style for any occasion. Find the perfect accessory to make a statement and enhance your look.
I walked into the gym with a confident face on. The Gamemakers studied me and I saw Seneca Crane stare at me and nod slightly. I ran to the shelf that held the spears and knifes and picked up a sharp double sided spear. I aimed at a dummy and threw it hard. I picked up small throwing knives and proceeded to throw them also. I thanked the Gamemakers and walked out. I thought that I had pretty good aim and hit the dummy in the heart and head. At least an 11 Double Ended Spear, Double Sided Spear, Spear Staff, Spears Design, Seneca Crane, Pretty Sick, Battle Field, Training Room, Zombie Survival

Zodiac Spear

A spear from the distant world of Ivalice. An incredibly long spear of simple design that must be handled with two hands, regardless of the physical strength of the wielder. This spear is said to be so rare and so difficult to obtain in its world of origin that many believed it to be a mere myth.Final Fantasy Brave Exvius description The Zodiac Spear (最強の矛, Saikyou no Hoko?, lit. Strongest Halberd) is a recurring spear in the Final Fantasy series being usually depicted as the strongest one…

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SEVEN INDIAN AND OTHER SPEARS, 18TH/19TH CENTURIES the first with etched leaf-shaped head, on its wooden haft; the second with leaf-shaped head inlaid with copper, and openwork base including and architectural moulding; the third with bifurcated wavy blades, on its wooden haft; the fourth and fifth each weighted base (heads missing); the sixth and seventh Indian or South East Asian, with broad wasted leaf-shaped blades,  moulded sockets, each on its haft. African Spears, Small Kitchen Designs, Png Pictures, Spear Head, Hand To Hand, Night Vision Goggles, Armadura Medieval, Arm Armor, East Asian

African Spears

SEVEN INDIAN AND OTHER SPEARS, 18TH/19TH CENTURIES the first with etched leaf-shaped head, on its wooden haft; the second with leaf-shaped head inlaid with copper, and openwork base including and architectural moulding; the third with bifurcated wavy blades, on its wooden haft; the fourth and fifth each weighted base (heads missing); the sixth and seventh Indian or South East Asian, with broad wasted leaf-shaped blades, moulded sockets, each on its haft.

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