The Lich King’s Frostmourne (Without Lines) 2014-11-12

The Lich King’s Frostmourne (Without Lines) from the game World of Warcraft

  1. Dennispls
    This is The Lich King’s Frostmourne (Without Lines) from the game World of Warcraft.

    Designed by Dennispls.
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    This World of Warcraft Papercraft model is derived from the exported model of Frostmourne, the Lich King’s cursed sword from World of Warcraft.
    This cursed blade was first crafted by the Nathrezim in order to control the Lich King. Ner’Zhul was the first to succumb to its power. Kil’jaeden transformed Ner’Zhul to be the first Lich King.
    Ner’Zhul was entombed on the frozen throne in a block of ice together with the cursed sword Frostmourne. In order to escape his fate Ner’Zhul managed to push out Frostmourne and cast it away on the snowy surface of Northrend.
    It lay there waiting for its next victim. The cursed blade was found by Arthas Menethil. Arthas at the time was on a mission to save his people from the plague. He travelled alongside Muradin Bronzebeard who warned him of the curse. Arthas rather wanted to be cursed instead of watching his people perish to the plague. Thus the curse took its course and consumed his soul binding him to the sword. The binding also caused him to become the next Lich King.
    You will encounter him a couple of times during your quests in Northrend. Meanwhile you are whispered to by the Lich King trying to disencourage you. Not only that but it also seems the cursed sword hungers for your soul. Your quests make you stronger and takes you through numerous dungeons in order to drive the forces of the Lich King back to the gates of Icecrown Citadel. In there the Lich King and his sword Frostmourne await you and your friends. Will you be able to handle this sword and defeat the Lich King? Find out and craft it yourself!

    This World of Warcraft Papercraft model is mapped out on 11 pages based on A4 sized paper.
    The file format is .PDO and can be opened using Pepakura Viewer.


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