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A really bad name for a short sword that used to be crafted as a dagger. Became too heavy to be trust with an assasination. The maker of the sword wanted to inflict pain. While ending a life with a single blow, the pain is gone that instant. So she must had a dagger equipped. At this point (if read previous texts), it can become clear, that we are facing a niorn blade. A blade made in the renegate Ekvint empire. The difference between them and the Niorn cavern clans is how they separate the instruction of the caster's and the melee fighters and puttint the stress onto teamwork instead teach everything to everybody. Érzéstelenítő is not "the killer tool", it is a tool to show them the gap in the skills, to tell them how they pity the old clans. Playing with the enemy like a young predator and only in the end, unsheathing the killer's tool witch is:
Seems less ballanced than the previous one. Also a short sword. It's skill is practiced with double arm protectors, so they can dual wield. Compared to the dance they call humiliating that they use with Érzéstelenítő, they intend to kill with Fájdalomcsillapító. "Every blow sould kill" as they say. Another major difference between the old clans and the Ekvint nation's warroors, is that the "national force" is trained to use tricks with their legs (mostly kicking the knee and the ankle or the crown jewels), opponents quickly fall to ground in combat unless already dead.
Witch part of these methods are coming from Angrin, or the black skin, witch one from the gwinn, is long, separate conspiracy theory. It is true that the demigod made countless pacts with different races. It might also be true that Angrin (and not Enhir) was the one, who asked and trained Ekvint in the early eras to settle between the grey skin and Etel to protect the Turquise nation. That... is history and you can ask me to make a proper map. I have a halfdone.
A sword red-hot. A bit different than usual. It heats up in battle and supposes to melt metal, that is the enchantment in the hilt. The hilt's temperature never rizes, but the blade is overheated to 2000 celzius degrees. The enchantment needs only half a second, to melt copper, steel, or anything like it. Does not work on gold, silver, but burns living to charcoal. Demaging and devastating that is, the real reason is to destroy the opponent's weapon, armor - and hurting the opponent while wearing it. Altough it needs concentration to remain hot, and works pretty easily, but it was forbid to forge and enchant more items like this. Simply, because metal is expensive and the warrior needs to concentrate on killing the opponent, thus a shielded foe is to be dealth with by the casters. The few that were made had been scattered trough the adventurers. Unlike the other weapons, the smith's name is not written on it.