#1Viking Battle Axe
For the third episode of season one, weapons made of steel train spring were made by four bladesmiths. The weapons were tested and only two bladesmiths went on to the final round to forge a Viking Battle Axe.
#2Ring Hilted Sword
Using the San Mai technique, four bladesmiths forged the Celtic Ring Knife in episode 40 of season five. Only two bladesmiths battled in the finals to create the lethal Irish Ring Hilted Sword for the title Forged in Fire Champion.
The ninth episode in the second season required the final two contestants to forge a legendary Indian blade out of mixed metal, the Khanda. The contestants had to weld a pile of various metals to qualify. It aired on April 12, 2016.
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If you watch Forged in Fire on a regular basis, you surely get in awe of how bladesmiths carve their own badass swords and edged weapons using fire. Well, who can blame you? Such craftsmanship is disarmingly astonishing. But of course, playing with flame is all fun and games - until it wreaks havoc on a massive scale. And one person learned this the hard way. Did you know that a man inspired by the TV show set buildings ablaze in Cohoes, New York? No, this wasn't a Forged in Fire episode. This wasn't a story in one of the books about blacksmiths. This was a real account. The man was John Gomes, a 51-year old fan of History's TV show. Being the ardent viewer that he was, Mr. Gomes tried to forge his own piece of metal over a barrel near his house. The winds, however, weren't in his odds as big gusts of wind sent sparks to nearby apartments.
The sparks eventually created big flares that destroyed three residential buildings and damaged 28 others within the city. Mr. Gomes' apartment was one of the establishments that caught fire. Fortunately, the incident incurred no major injuries. Mr. Gomes was then charged with felony counts of arson and reckless endangerment. He was also arrested the same day but posted bail on the next. According to reports, the cost to repair the damage could reach up to a million dollars. Despite this, Cohoes mayor Shawn Morse assured that investments in the revitalization of the city are underway. So, if there's one thing to learn from this: it's this: Leave fiery stuff to people who actually know them, shall we?
Four bladesmiths were tasked to create a blade by repurposing a garden lawnmower in order to qualify in the finals. The finalists of the 10th episode from season 2 had to forge a South Asian battle axe called the Tabar to battle for the price.
The final blade of the episode was the Hunga Munga, a four-edged behemoth weapon. The bladesmiths created a serrated blade using limited tools to qualify for the final round. This is the sixth episode of season three.
With only reclaimed metal and a handful of tools, four bladesmiths must create a weapon to qualify for the final round. The finalists of the second episode of season one must make the ancient Indian blade Chakram to win.
Before heading onto the final round to create the Katar, four bladesmiths of season one's fourth episode created signature blades by forging layers of steel together called Hada. The episode was aired on July 13, 2015.
#8The Elizabethan Rapier
The Elizabethan Rapier can kill with a single stab. The finalists of episode six of the first season have to create this blade after passing the elimination round where they create their own signature weapons using an ancient technique.
In the final round of the Invitational Tournament, the winning smiths compete against each other to forge the Wakizashi, a Damascus blade, and the Nodachi. Who will take home the title of Forged in Fire Tournament Champion and the grand prize?
#10The Flamberge Rapier
This episode features the fourth round in Forged in Fire's Invitational Tournament, where four smiths face off to recreate a sword from the elite classes of Renaissance Europe: the battle-ready Flamberge Rapier.