The 'Man At Arms' team from Baltimore Knife & Sword are back to make a blade strong enough to cut through Majora's Mask, the Fierce Deity Blade, and they didn't even need to collect the 20 masks of Termina to get it.

AWE me has posted its newest video showcasing the blacksmith abilities needed to craft a sharp, authentic replica of the Fierce Deity Blade from The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask. The hardest part about making this massive sword is its double helix-like shape. Baltimore Knife & Sword had to make two different parts and only sharpen the weaving parts that would be facing away from the blade's center. Since the sword is hollow and consists of two bending parts, it was extremely tough for the 'Man At Arms' crew to make a solid blade that would be able to cut through various objects while still having some "oomph" to it, but they pulled it off.

We'd love to see this team tackle either Siegfried or Nightmare's behemoth swords from the Soul Calibur series. Don't forget, The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask 3D will be launching for the Nintendo 3DS sometime in the spring of 2015.