Having already created Cloud's Buster Sword, master blacksmith Tony Swatton has once again taken on the blades of Final Fantasy 7 - this time it's the turn of Sephiroth's sword.

The video, below, shows Swatton and assistants forging a real life version of Sephiroth's 84 inch long Masamune. It's pretty impressive work.

Swatton stars in the Man at Arms series, in which he calls for votes on what to forge next. Any ideas?

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