Introduction[edit | edit source]

A sword made by dwarf blacksmiths for Weed during his quest as a Desert Warrior[1].

Description[edit | edit source]

A beautiful sword, considered as one of top treasure of the Continent. It is made from the horn of a Fire Salamander King, hunted by Nodulle and his deserts warriors[2].

Item Information[edit | edit source]

                                Extermination Sword[3]
The sword made from the horns of the Fire Salamander King. 
The dwarven blacksmiths processed the sword using the essence of fire.

A beautiful sword that can be considered a treasure of the continent. 
Anyone can use this sword but only the right owner can exert its full ability.

Level 815 or more.
100% resistance to fire.
Strength 2,000.
Ate the Heart of the Fire Salamander King.
Very light.

Tiredness won’t be felt when swinging the sword.

Strength +20%. Art +155.

Fame will increase to the maximum level in battle.

Very strong immunity to curses that weaken weapons. 
Repair is not possible. Durability won’t decrease unless 
it meets a weapon with a stronger, opposite attribute.

Due to the fire attribute, there is a chance to melt the enemy's weapons 
and armor and can also cause ‘burn’ when touching the skin.

When fire resistance is less than 20%, there is a 100% chance of being burned by fire. 
The range of fire based attacks will be extended by 3 times.

The power of fire will be 100% amplified.

the Extermination Swords have been connected together.

Damage is multiplied by 1.4 times.

The characteristics of fire is further strengthened.

Additional stats have been given.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Weed initially commissioned this work to a group of Dwarven Blacksmiths through violence and threats, as King of Pallos Empire.
  • In the end, the smiths produced a masterpiece that would serve the sculptor throughout the rest of his quest.
  • Despite it's incredible performance, the dwarves who created the sword were payed a measly 30 gold.

References[edit | edit source]

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  2. Missing reference, link or information related to the context
  3. Volume 36 Chapter 8
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