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'37 Daehihvirht triumphantly rose, and o so hungrily turned it’s point, now lustful it plunged down, into the fell-king’s bowels.' ; '64 Into his hands did Daehihvirht fall, from the dying king’s hands, a look of love was in his eyes, when Sriræn breathed his last. 65 A weeping rage was within him now, Halfir the new king, and as he stood up slowly, he saw the Taurak king. 66 Daehihvirht he put into his hands, and resolve into his heart, his body was trembling, but steady were his hands. 67 “O Beast you have wronged me, slain my father dear, you gnawing pain, taste death by the blade of Fhrir!” 68 A mighty strength bore him there, to Pryðhigar to begin his angry song. 69 Up flew Daehihvirht, a leaping blur of flame. 70 Again fell Pryðhigar, laughed at the petty blow, he hefted deadly Thangdgaeg, to swiftly fell his foe. 71 Down swept the bane of Sriræn, like a bolt of lightening, When Halfir stopped his swing.' Your typical ancient blade, passed from father to son through the ages. This one happens to be 1,000 years old. The design was originally done by Daniel Maertens http://elfwood.lysator.liu.se/loth/m/a/maertens/halfir_vs_naghavar_twiked_web_copy.jpg.html

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