Friar Tuck, The Brown Bottle - Calimacil LARP Foam Bottle
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Friar Tuck

the Brown Bottle

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Friar Tuck is a particular monk. His motivation to embrace the cassock were, let’s say, unorthodox. He did not really care about prayer or religion. What he truly cared about was beer. Yes, Tuck has an indulgence for this beverage. It is well known, monasteries have been extraodinary brewers for decades. Thus Tuck became part of Fountains Abbey and learned to brew great beer. A few years later, he was kicked out of the abbey when they found out his real motivation. Friar Tuck wandered for a while and then encountered an outlaw band who made him famous!

Workshop

This is the first foam bottle made by Calimacil. It can’t be opened nor does its cork can be taken off. There is no core inside which means that it can be thrown safely. This brown bottle doesn’t have a label, it’s up to you to create what’s in it.

Characters

Innkeeper, here’s another bottle to add to your collection. Mercenary and outlaws, here’s your new favorite thing in the world (after your sword). There is nothing better than a good bottle of unknown beverage to keep you up while standing watch.

Weight (g): 175
Total Length (cm): 30
Material: None, Calimacil Foam

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D.E.
Forever bottle

I bought one of these bottles when it first hit the market. Coreless and perfect for throwing at most games it is just an awesome weapon. It makes a great hidden weapon as people dont expect to get hit with a bottle. weapon. Its durable, affirdable. And all around excellent.

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A.T.
A toast to Calimacil!

Brilliant reproduction of a classic wine bottle, throws great bludgeons even better...going to order a broken bottle to match now!

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