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The ancient Romans knew the power of Duct Tape.  In decisive victory after victory, Duct Tape brought them through the woes of battle, with little more than than a scratch.

Step 1: Get Some Cardboard

This will be the meat of your shield and armor. 

Step 2: Draw a Design

Draw a design on the box and cut out.
Then cover with Duct Tape.
For the armor we selected "classic" Duct Tape.
For the shield we used red and yellow.

Step 3: Shield Close Up

Create a design on the shield, the armor should be fairly plain without much decoration.
Now you're ready to Vini, Vidi, Vici across the known world.
anyone else think of rory williams at this? <br>
Oh but of course :). The kid even looks like Rory.
i love how you make your kid all sorts of cool things out of duct tape... i wish my dad did that. oh no my daddy issues are coming out. sorry. i like the instructable
bro that is SICK
<br> You've been busy, I like your colour schemes.<br> <sub>(it's <em>veni vidi vici</em> and as they are all past-tense you can't be ready to. I'm not good enough with Latin to give you any different tenses though...)</sub><br> <br> L<br>
Thanks a bunch, &quot;Little Cesar&quot; is a super history buff.
This is precious! Congrats for making your own toys and costume!

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