Talk:Aëthár, the Blade (3.5e Equipment)

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I know it is an artifact but...[edit]

Mighty disruption can only be applied to a bludgeoning weapon. It also probably shouldn't be both anarchic (chaotic) and axiomatic (lawful). --Aarnott 06:55, 26 February 2008 (MST)

Thats the point! It's not just a really good sword but the ultimate sword in the campaign setting, forged by Gods themselves for the destruction of evil. The conflicting alignment property is there because it is a weapon forged by lawful and chaotic good deities for the destruction of devils and daemons, while the desruption power is to destroy undead, yet another of the great enemies of the elves. --Sam Kay 07:01, 26 February 2008 (MST)
I just see anarchic embodying chaos and axiomatic embodying law. To embody both seems sort of contradictory. Hrm... Though something unrelated on this page is leading me to make a new variant rule :). Stay tuned! (Oh yeah, maybe a bit more backstory to the sword would help alliviate confusions on how it is both lawful and chaotic -- you could make it contain 2 souls, both good, one chaotic, one lawful). --Aarnott 09:51, 26 February 2008 (MST)
Ha-ha, Anal, the Blade. --Othtim 14:33, 26 February 2008 (MST)
Err... no. "Ai-nahl". The "ë" and "á" make the prenunciation different. --Sam Kay 10:12, 27 February 2008 (MST)
This sword like alot of your campaign settings thing (deities and demons) is well ott. And yet still i have the compelling urge to want to swing this round like a mad man killing evil, I like it :D ShadowyFigure 13:59, 17 March 2008 (MDT)
Seriously, I think this is one of the most powerful artifacts I have ever seen. It kicks butt, Kay. --Sir Milo Teabag 17:09, 22 March 2008 (MDT)
Yes, I know. Luckily, a PC could never weild it... --Sam Kay 04:19, 23 March 2008 (MDT)
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