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Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Weapons of Gods and Heroes

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Gae Bulg

The Gae Bulg (also Gae Bulga, Gae Bolg, Gae Bolga, meaning "notched spear", "belly spear", "bellows-dart," or possibly "lightning spear") It was made from the bone of a sea monster, the Coinchenn, that had died while fighting another sea monster, the Curruid.


Aegis

"Aegis" to mean a shield, protection, or sponsorship, originally from the name of the mythological protective shield of Zeus.


Kusanagi

Called Kusanagi-no-Tsurugi ("Grass-Cutting Sword"). Changed the wind to follow the stroke of the sword.


Excalibur

Excalibur or Caliburn is the mythical sword of King Arthur.Excalibur's blade was engraved with words on opposite sides. On one side were the words "take me up", and on the other side "cast me away" (or similar words). This prefigures its return into the water. In addition, when Excalibur was first drawn, Arthur's enemies were blinded by its blade, which was as bright as thirty torches. Sheath prevented owner from bleeding.



Mjolnir

The hammer of Thor. Mjolnir is said to be the most fearsome weapon in Norse mythology.


Gungnir

The name of Odin's javelin. The javelin's name means "Unwavering One" for it always hit its mark.


Sword Kladenets

a fabulous magic sword in some Old Russian fairy tales. In the "Tale about the City of Babylon" the sword is called "Asp The Serpent"


Green Dragon Crescent Blade

It is also sometimes referred to the Frost Blade, from the idea that during a battle in the snow, the blade continuously had blood on it; the blood froze and made a layer of frost on the blade.


Dyrnwyn

Sword of Rhydderch Hael in Welsh legend; When drawn, it blazed with fire; if drawn by a worthy man, the fire would help him in his cause, but its fire would burn the man who drew it for an unworthy purpose.


Hrunting

Hrunting was a magical sword given to Beowulf by Unferth in the ancient Old English epic of the same name. Beowulf used it in battle against Grendel's Mother.


Skofnung

Skofnung was the sword of legendary Danish king Hrolf Kraki. "The best of all swords that have been carried in northern lands", it was renowned for supernatural sharpness and hardness, as well as for being imbued with the spirits of the kings 12 faithful berserker bodyguards.


 

Shamshir-e Zomorrodnegar

"The emerald-studded sword" is a sword in the Persian legend Amir Arsalan. The witch mother of an hideous horned demon called Fulad-zereh, used a charm to make Fulad-zereh's body invulnerable to all weapons except the blows of a specific sword called Shamshir-e Zomorrodnegar.

Fragarach

known as 'The Answerer' or 'The Retaliator' was the sword of Manannan mac Lir. It was said to be a weapon that no armour could stop.

 

Durendal

Is the sword of Charlemagne's paladin Roland. Count Roland attempts to destroy the sword to prevent it from being captured by the ambushing Saracens and creates La Brèche de Roland in the Pyrenees in the process. But Durendal proves indestructible, so he hurls it into a poisoned stream instead.

Merodach

also known as Balmung ,Merodach is the source for the legendary evil sword Gram of Norse mythology.

Tonbogiri

The spear derives its name from the myth that a dragonfly landed on its blade and was instantly cut in two. Thus Tonbo (Japanese for "dragonfly") and giri (Japanese for "cutting"), translating this spear's name as "Dragonfly Cutter/Cutting spear".

Longinus

Known as the Spear of Destiny. The Wielder was invincible, but would die if possession was lost.

Caladbolg

It was said to be a two-handed sword that made a circle like an arc of rainbow when swung, and to have the power to slice the tops off hills and take out several men.

Nyoibo

Called the golden-bound cudgel.It is an iron rod whose size changes according to the whim of the user, once used by Da Yu to measure the depth of the flood waters destroying ancient China, which Wukong obtains from the undersea palace of a Chinese dragon king. When it is not in use, Wukong shrinks it to the size of a sewing needle and keeps it behind his ear.

Spear Lúin

The Spear Luin was originally forged by the god Lugh for use against Balor of the Evil Eye. It was this spear that won for Lugh the epithet Lámhfhada, the 'Long-handed'. Whoever wielded it in battle would emerge victorious. This is also known as "The Crescent Spear", famous because it was supposed to be indestructible and had the properties of elemental attacks like ice or lightning.

Balmung

In Norse mythology, Balmung was the name of the sword that Sigurd (Siegfried) used to kill the dragon Fafnir. It was forged by Weyland the Smith and originally belonged to his father, Sigmund, who received it in the hall of the Volsung.

Claíomh Solais

Claíomh Solais was a sword that came from Gorias.In legend, the sword glowed with a bright light, hence its name. It was irresistible in battle and had the power to cut his enemies in half.

Curtana

Also known as the "Sword of Mercy", is a symbolically broken sword that is part of the traditional English regalia, now included in the Crown Jewels of the United Kingdom. It is one of five swords used at the coronation of the kings and queens of England. The Curtana has a blade cut off short and square, indicating thereby the quality of the mercy of the sovereign; according to the mythological history of the sword, its tip was broken off by an angel to prevent a wrongful killing.

 
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