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    jakl201
    Original poster 26 posts

    Topic, really. I like the look of the weapon, especially when it becomes Mythic, but I almost didn't even notice the new filigree due to 50% of the sword blade covered perpetually in blood. It simply doesn't look very pleasing, and as I said you can't really notice the details that went into the design.

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  • lemmie88
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    @jakl201 I feel the same way. When I first got it, I even jumped into the river to see if I could clean it. If you look closely, the blade is full of chips too. afaik, it's an intentional design choice. I would guess it was originally supposed to be part of the Einherjar set in the store. Which is totally bloody... except for a pristine dane axe (b/c it was probably substituted for the sword! They are really getting lazy!). Anyway, I find it kind of funny that we get stuck with a shoddy bargain basement sword if we don't pay into the dlc.

    Einherjar from the store for reference
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  • jakl201
    Original poster 26 posts

    @lemmie88 I don't really care too much about premiums or the notches on the blade (they kinda look cool to me), though I suppose one could think of a Mythic as something that...doesn't....have such imperfections. I'm just really annoyed at the splattered blood effect on it. There's some nice filigree on the weapon when it becomes Mythic, just a shame to cover it up like they did....? Dunno why they'd want a bloody weapon all the time...

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