250. A non commission item. I think I love the upper one personally. I encourage comments!
- Yra steel longsword.
Humans on planet Yra make steel like this. In the forge, after they melt the ore and poured it into the form and hammered a bit, the adept wizards - as practice - start to reshape the blade structure from the inside. Not to endure phisical blows, but to endure magic. The magic is inside the gem and it lets the wielder cast spells trough the blade. The sword shapes the magic power it is given, this one forms a blade edge. How to use the spell, where to aim it, witch direction, to spray it or contain it as an aura is the will of the wielder. The yra sword's secret is the wielder, because he is the one doing the magic. The sword? If he has a sword, can repair it with magic. A true smith would be crying after hearing this story...
-- Rumil long sword
The hilt shows from where rumils tried to develop their smithing art. Also using gold because I like gold! You can see an illusion, a fragment of the midnight sky etched to the blade. Partially to show off and partially to pray for help before combat. Most likely it's owner crafted the blade and also the magic within and probably had a reason why left non offensive magic inside the weapon.
--- Gwinn blade.
The gwinns don't stop for a swordfight, do their magic staff to avoid conflict. A reason they make a blade can only be artistic. The symbols on the blade are also artistic. The reason it looks like such is that the blade was under the influence of the gwinn's aura. Having a blade as a part of a gwinns aura means that the gwinn can add the "blade behavior" to a spell it is casting. That is because gwinns are handling their spells like their arms and legs, can sense with them. It is easy to understand but hard to copy.
Yes, I did not used a complex background. Any idea?