(knight, sword, and foreboding atmosphere of impending doom not included.)
Return with us now to those glorious days of old, when the only thing preventing one's
head from being staved in was a good sturdy bucket. You may choose the slightly scratched
and tarnished EUROPEAN KNIGHT'S HELMET (shown at left) or the nicely rusted
SPANGENHELM GLADIATOR'S HELMET (shown at right). These paper masks are quick
and easy to build, so you can armor your whole clan in no time at all (or at least before
sunset, hopefully, since that's when all the paper werewolves come out).
Please note: These masks are not full-head helmets, which would tend to slip and block
your vision. They're more like face-plates, designed to remain in the proper position
without sliding around too much. After all, we wouldn't want anything sneaking up on you
while you're adjusting your armor...especially when it's only paper armor.
The instructions and parts for both helmets are listed below...
so Print Out, Brave Knights, PRINT OUT!
EUROPEAN KNIGHT'S HELMET - Instructions
EUROPEAN KNIGHT'S HELMET
SPANGENHELM GLADIATOR'S HELMET - Instructions
SPANGENHELM GLADIATOR'S HELMET
SAFETY WARNING: These are paper masks. Although they're called 'helmets', they
offer no protective qualities whatsoever. Zilch. Nadda. Zombies bite right through 'em.
So please take the same precautions as with ANY paper mask...don't drive, ride a bike,
rollerblade, operate machinery, perform surgery, or divide and conquer nations while
wearing one of these helmets. You might wear them at the library while reading Tolkien,
but please try not to frighten anyone.
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