Frostmourne Replica

The legendary rune blade Frostmourne was immortalized in Warcraft III, in which it was taken up by Prince Arthas Menethil, corrupting him and leading to his transformation into the Lich King. Blizzard partnered with EPIC Weapons to create a limited edition replica of the blade in all its horrific glory. This artifact of ancient evil is over 47" long and 12.5" wide, weighing a massive 16 lbs., and is now available for pre-order. For more information, please visit the Frostmourne replica site.

Frostmourne replica is second to none in detailed craftsmanship and technology.

  • 47" Overall Length with 28" Stainless Steel Blade
  • Genuine Leather Wrapped Grip
  • Limited Edition Sword
  • Embedded with Patented G2G Authenticity Microchip
  • Click on images to the right to view detailed photography

Also Included in the box with Frostmourne
  • Collector's Display Mount
  • Limited Edition Poster
  • Certificate of Authenticity
  • Game 2 Gear Handheld Authentcity Reader

Note that the blade of the sword is not sharpened, and should be used only for display purposes.
You can check the faq about Frostmourne on, and read more if you're interested in buying it.

What is Frostmourne

Frostmourne is the runeblade that Ner'zhul, the Lich King, thrust from his Frozen Throne, intending that Arthas Menethil – his unwitting potential host – would discover it on the continent of Northrend. It is currently wielded by Arthas, the Lich King, who will be starring in the next World of Warcraft Expansion titled Wrath of the Lich King.

History of Frostmourne

Muradin Bronzebeard, a dwarven explorer last seen in Northrend, had heard of Frostmourne's power and was searching for it when Arthas and his men arrived. When the forces of the Dreadlord Mal'Ganis began to close in around them, Arthas and Muradin set out to claim the weapon.

Frostmourne was guarded by several revenants who tried to warn Arthas of the danger, but he destroyed them regardless.

After killing Muradin, Arthas returned to his base and staged a counterattack against Mal'Ganis, quickly destroying the dreadlord's base. The dreadlord confronted Arthas, telling him that Ner'zhul had known he would take the cursed sword. He spoke as if he believed Arthas was now on his side. To the demon's surprise, Arthas used the runeblade to slay the dreadlord at the Lich King's command.