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Welcome to the world of Dr. Grordbort! From the mind of Weta Workshop Senior Concept Designer and Magic Leap Game Designer Greg Broadmore comes a retro sci-fi universe of interplanetary misadventures, dextrous atomic manipulations, and rayguns…lots of rayguns.

Dimensions: 1.77" x 3.74" x 0.19" (W x H x D) 4.5 cm x 9.5 cm x 0.5 cm

Weight: 0.04 lbs (0.02 kg)

The Society for Interplanetary Cooperation and Cross-galactic Overindulgence held its annual prize giving in Carlsbad, Prussia this past Tuesday.

While the event itself displayed much of its infamous pompousness, the officers of SICCO this year left a legacy worth highlighting.

The Medal of Arbitrary Self-Importance - so named because it cannot actually be awarded by a third (or even second) person - allows time-space revellers on all wave-lengths to award those blatantly best deserving: themselves.

We are in no doubt that this medal, if left unattended in a public space such as a Turkish bath, Ale house or brothel in your vicinity, would quickly make it onto the chest of a deserving (in their mind) individual.

We would therefore very much like to dispatch one to your premises forthwith.

Perchance you, Sir/Madame, would be a splendid recipient of such an award? It's in your hands!

Regardless of the chest it adorns, Dr Grordbort's (patrons and sponsors of the award) would be only too pleased to serve!

Comes in a metal gift box container measuring 95 x 135 x 40mm (3.7 x 5.3 x 1.5in).

The Universe of Dr Grordbort's

The fictional universe that (barely) contains Dr Grordbort's Infallible Aether Oscillators is the brainchild of Weta Workshop Concept Designer Greg Broadmore. It all started as a series of drawings and acrylic paintings that Greg made. Richard Taylor and Greg conceived the idea to bring these fantastical weapons to the unsuspecting public and the first three Rayguns saw the light of day in 2007. Since then, Greg and Weta Workshop have released a cosmic cornucopia of books, artwork and rayguns both miniature and full-sized, to keep your interplanetary enemies at bay.

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