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    Post by Tsubine on Sun Dec 08, 2013 6:59 pm

    Name: Aristoteles
    Nickname: Sword of Promised Victory
    Type: Sword/relic
    Description: Aristoteles is a sword of unknown material origin. It was crafted many centuries ago by the first Emperor of Zakat after his brother was killed. This sword is said to be what gave the Emperor his victory. However, the sword is split within two parts. The first is the appearance everyone who has been to the Imperial Palace has seen it in. It has no sheath, for one. For two, the sword almost looks more ornamental than functional, but the blade never dulls, but may chip away. There are gold and blue highlights along the blade, with the most noticible being nine diamond shapes. Each of these are actually related to the seal on the sword. When the seal is removed—as it has been only a single time—the sword shines a bright gold and what was the blade slides off much like a sheath. Inside is the true sword, which is a beautiful gold with a blue line down the middle.
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    Rarity: One of a kind.
    Owned: The owner of the sword is always the current Emperor of Zakat
    Creator: It was created by the first Emperor and was what led him to victory.
    Location(s) Found: Currently, it is embedded in a stone in the foyer of the Imperial Palace in Zakat. It will take someone skilled in the Arcane to remove the seal embedding it in the stone...
    Abilities: Note: all nine seals must be removed for these abilities to work. The seals can not be removed by someone of Zakatian blood.

    Fabrisio Viasistia: Available only when not the golden sword, Fabrisio Viasistia is a coating of air around the blade. AIt is made up of multiple layers of wind compressed into super-high pressure air, which distorts the refraction of light and renders what is inside completely invisible. Upon Aristoteles, it takes on the shape of the blade and renders it as an invisible sword that doesn't appear even as sparks fly off of it. It isn't used for any particular strength, but it is easier to use in battle than Vega Dylusium and it is a trump card that can bring about victory if used well. It is rather simple in execution, but it proves tremendously effective in hand-to-hand combat. The barrier isn't a vacuum, so the air constantly whirling around the blade is essentially a weapon. It increases the damage and cutting power of an attack, and the amount of wind released from each strike is high enough that it is visible to the eye. It also provides for an increased accuracy and defense against opponents unfamiliar with the nature of his weapon, as it is difficult for the opponents to parry lunges and thrusts from the user. They cannot discern the length, width, reach, or trajectory of the blade, or even the fact that it is even a blade until they actually make contact with the weapon, which leaves them constantly on guard due to having to rely solely on the user's movement to decipher his attacks. They are confused both offensively and defensively, only allowing them to approximate the movements of the strikes and keep outside of his range to avoid being easily struck down.

    Vega Dylusium: An ability only gained when the golden sword is revealed. The almighty deities, meant to bring cleanse cities of unholiness. Considered to be like the sun parting through the clouds, the attack in appearance is a bright gold. The attack begins with a two-post charge. On the post after the second charge, the attack will be released. The attack is still that brilliant gold from the charging, but it has a silver outline. The user will raise that arm into the sky and a disc 1 kilometer wide will spread from the tip of Aristoteles and then rises 500 meters higher. From there, a literal downpour of white streams of concentrated energy will rain down. The concentration is 5 swords per square meter, skipping every other square meter. Considering the entire disc is one kilometers in diameter, this would bring the total amount of beams to  7,849,268 beams raining down. However, that is lacking a 50-meter circle empty of firing. In the center of that circle is where user was standing. That circle will have not a single blade fall upon it. It has a once-per-thread usage.
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    Post by Serenity on Thu Dec 19, 2013 6:03 am

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