The Maine Offers Fans A Chance to Win A Wooden Sword From In Darkness and In Light

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If you're one of the many fans of The Maine who caught the recent screening of their flick In Darkness and In Light, you'll likely remember the scenes where numerous children and pre-teens "ultimately engage in bloody war" using wooden swords.

The band's now offering its fervent fanbase a chance to win one of these wooden weapons for the very own. Per a post on Buzznet, The Maine is encouraging its fans to recreate the sword using such materials as cardboard, a paper towel roll, and wood. The cat or kitten who crafts the closest look-a-like will win.

More details can be found here.

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