Our bladesmiths must choose wisely as they are asked to dumpster dive for the right steel to be turned into a hardened blade of their choosing. Will these blades hold up after a tough round of testing? Only two will move on to forge a War Hammer.
This week our bladesmiths are asked to forge a weapon from cable steel. The competition slowly unravels as they handle this difficult steel. After two rounds only two are left to return home and forge an Egyptian Khopesh.
Four blade smiths face one of the most grueling challenges when the electricity and power tools are taken away from them. Only two will then have to create the iconic Scottish Claymore, the legendary weapon of William Wallace.
Three is the magic number as our blade smiths are asked to forge three or more metals into a blade of their signature style. Despite pain and failure, two move on to the final round returning home to forge a legendary spiked shield.
Four bladesmiths must salvage material from a car and forge a blade in a race against time. Only two will speed through to the final round where they'll have five days to create a Viking sword.
A new set of bladesmiths are tasked with shaping four very different types of metal into a fully functional deadly weapon. The final two will have just five days to create one of the most lethal weapons in military history, the Nepalese Kukri.
Four bladesmiths must take high carbon steel and wrought iron and forge these two conflicting materials into a fully functional weapon. Only two will move on to create one of the most beautifully designed blades in history, the Ethiopian Shotel.
The bladesmiths are asked to transform failed blades from last season into fully functional weapons. After a difficult 1st round of testing, the remaining two bladesmiths head home with just five days to forge the legendary Cutlass Sword.
The bladesmiths are asked to forge a weapon in their signature style from a large pile of mixed metal that is welded together. Only two will return home to forge the mysterious Khanda, a legendary blade from ancient India.