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Butterfly Ninja Throwing Star Ornament - Into the Badlands - Perfect for Cosplay

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"I've never seen one shaped like butterflies before."

This is the butterfly throwing star used by Tilda in Into the Badlands.

The butterfly is made from lasercut 2mm cold rolled steel and is a little over 3-1/4" wide. While it will not ship sharpened, the points are definitely sharp and it should not be given to a small child or thrown at the Baron's emissaries. Due to the use of steel and lasers, these look even better with a little clean up. They are coated with a light paste wax to prevent rusting. With metal files and a bit of sandpaper, you could also bevel the edge (you can see this in the last photograph -- although sometimes the edge does not appear beveled on screen). Otherwise, this ships as a metal ornament and is not a throwing star for elite teenage assassins.

If you are not in the USA, I will be tying a string onto the butterfly and declaring it on the forms as a metal ornament. If you are concerned about customs in your country, please research the laws before purchasing as I can't be responsible for items held by customs.

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Butterfly Ninja Throwing Star Ornament - Into the Badlands - Perfect for Cosplay

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  • Materials: steel, metal
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