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Culture: Man At Arm Does Euron Greyjoy’s Battle Axe from Game of Thrones

Watch the guys from Man At Arms forge Euron Greyjoy’s Battle Axe from Game of Thrones.

Every other Monday, our team of blacksmiths and craftsman build some of your favorite weapons, and some weapons that you’ve never seen before. This week, the guys at Baltimore Knife and Sword take on Euron Greyjoy’s Battle Axe from Game of Thrones! Ever wanted to ask the Man At Arms team a question? Now you can! Go to AWEme’s Twitter: @awemechannel and use #AskABlacksmith with your question. Matt and Kerry will be answering your questions with a video reply on AWEme’s Facebook. Kerry Stagmer – Swordsmith and Machinist Matt Stagmer- Swordsmith / Master Blade Grinder Ilya Alekseyev – Bladesmith / Arms Master Lauren Schott – Goldsmith and Casting John Mitchell – Fabricator Ferenc Gregor – Master Carver Bill Collison- Assistant Blade Grinder Rick Janney- Hilt Maker Gael Ackerman – Cosplayer Series Creator/Executive Producer – Andy Signore Series Executive Producer – Brent Lydic Episode Produced and Directed By – Brendan Kennedy Supervising Producer – Phil Rogers Office Production Coordinator – Jon Michael Burgess Baltimore Forge Crew: Director of Photography – Paulius Kontijevas Story Producer — Dave Cross Production Coordinator – Katie Shinsato Runner/PA – Halston Ericson DIT – Christopher Mariles Set Medic – Celeste Bowe 1st AC – Jason Remeikis 2nd AC – Bethany Michalski Gaffer – Steve Scott Grip – Vinny Campbell Swing – Jeff Rettberg Post Production: Edited by — Patrick Burke Colorist – Patrick Burke Post Sound – Anthony Vanchure Lead Assistant Editors – Stephen Erdmann Manager, Post Production Operations – Michael Gallagher Post Production Supervisor – Gracie Hartmann


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