"He'd come across a group of dead dark elves that morning. They'd all been turned to stone by the basilisk that made the area its home. So now he, Baggaz the goblin, had a dark elf glaive to wield. It had instantly made him king of his tribe. Now, he sat on his throne, holding on to the weapon that dwarfed him while his subjects prostrated themselves before him. One of his new servants approached him, holding out a platter of tasty bugs, and he bit into it, enjoying the crunchy parts sticking in his teeth as the bug wiggled down his throat. Yes, Baggaz the King had a good ring to it."
Epic Armoury's Eventide Glaive takes its design cues from several sources. The weapon type is a glaive, but it takes its crossguard from the Japanese naginata (generally considered another type of glaive), as is typical of their design. For its appearance, it is closely linked to modern dark elves and classic Norse mythology in the Svartálfar. It is a latex-hybrid weapon featuring closed-cell foam, a fibreglass core, and a latex coating for durability. The glaive is 220 cm long, with a 72 cm long blade. Furthermore, it can be split into two using a threaded bolt system, allowing you to use the upper half of the glaive as a sword, provided you cover the bolt securely first. The weapon shaft is finely sculpted to look like dark mahogany, where you can see the grooves in the wood. This and the gold detailing alongside the steel look give it a deadly appearance.