Another bunch of weapons, this time with my favourite type of weapons included from the online game Maple Story.
The big hammers with a slight demonic touch. Yay!
Names, left to right. If you think you can come up with better ones, tell me.
Balus: The one-handed warhammer. The myth tells it possesses demonic powers, but so far, no one discovered the secret to unlocking these powers. It is said there were many who tried to unlock it's powers, but they all disappeared. So this might truly be a case of, no one lived to tell the story. Therefore not many people even dare to think about unlocking it's powers.
Dagger of Pure souls: Some people say that it was made by the hand of god himself. Most people however just say it was made by some superstitious blacksmith that probably lost his mind. There is even a story going around that it was indeed made by a blacksmith but blessed by god, so that he could purify his soul as he was bitten by a vampire. The tip has silver embedded with biblical inscriptions. What is this doing in a collection of weapons that seem to have dark powers anyway??
Baël: In many ways it seems the same as Balus, but this is the much bigger two-handed warhammer. Even though it is much larger it is actually quite light to the one carrying it, however the blows it deals are bone-shattering. Not many people dare use this hammer, for it's name is of a much more well known demon and many believe the evil power can corrupt it's user. Even though it seems to have been unlocked form it's demonic power, it hasn't. Who knows what will happen if someone does!
Bent dragon: An abnormally bent two-hand Samurai sword. Not much is known about it's origin. Even though it is known to be hundreds or maybe even over a thousand years old, it looks like it was made yesterday and it never needed to be sharpened.
A dangerous light weighted sword, which many people would want to posses.
Double Fang: Not one, but two swords. Large but very light for it's size, these two swords are meant to be used together. However, the fact they are light does not mean anyone can use them, you still need great skill to do so. Except for the stories about it being used for decapitation with a scissor-like movement, nothing much is known about it's origin.
Giant Claw: A huge and very heavy hammer with a thick blade on the other side. What on earth was the blacksmith that made this thinking?? No one knows for sure. All that is certain is that he was an abnormally large man with enormous strength. Rumour has it he used it for his own revenge. Which would make sense for it does not appear he intended it to be used by anyone else. It is so heavy it takes two normal men to carry it. How could this be useful to any warrior in battle?
Well, how do you like the stories to go along with the weapons?
All done with my 0.5mm graphite pen.