This Craftsman Made The Flaming Sword From Fallout 4 In Real Life – Design You Trust

This Craftsman Made The Flaming Sword From Fallout 4 In Real Life


“To celebrate the release of Fallout4, I built what I always thought was the coolest weapon in the game. It is a flaming sword called a shishkebab. The new game has a newer sleeker version of the sword that I thought looked sooo sexy, so I set out to build one that not only looked like the one in the game, but actually worked.”, says Caleb Kraft to Bored Panda.

The sword in action!


Step 1: I got a katana and started with brainstorming


Step 2: Mounted a motorcycle handle to make the fuel spread


Step 3: Wired it to the back of butane canister


Step 4: Mounted a copper tubing to distribute the flames across the blade


Step 5: We painted it to look like concept art we found online


Step 6: Testing Shiskebab on Roger


It worked perfectly!


Our Shishkebab compiring to the concept art we found online


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