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Gold Value: 225
Augment Slots: None
Description: "A remarkably heavy hammer made out of reinforced ore. While comparatively slow, it can hit with enough force to bend armour and crush bone. Traditionally these great hammers have been the weapons of Oakvale woodsmen and loggers."
- Heroes' Guild: Purchased from merchant.
Gold Value: 675
Augment Slots: One
Description: "A reinforced hammer that shows some signs of being ornamented, albeit in a simple, rustic manner. Made of the finest wood and metal this hammer was built by a village craftsman rather than a town dweller, perhaps as a reward for a local Hero or visiting traveller."
- Oakvale: Purchased from armourer.
Gold Value: 3510
Augment Slots: Two
Description: "What little metal this is on this hammer has been warped and burnt, while its wooden build is partially rotted, and feels soft and slightly fungal to the touch. This softness doesn't detract from the terrible damage it is capable of inflicting, and one blow from it is normally enough to fell the stoutest warrior."
- Twinblade's Camp: Purchased from merchant.
Gold Value: 31388
Augment Slots: Three
Description: "Unlike its lesser variants this great hammer has been made from solid metal and yet, despite its vast size, is both easy to swing and incredibly damaging. Curiously, all the hammers of this form that have been discovered have borne a particular symbol, resembling burning teeth, on the flat of their heads. This shows they were made for a particular clan."
- Snowspire Village: Purchased from blacksmith.
- Main article: Murren Greathammer
Gold Value: 66,150
Description: "The Murren graves were robbed during the collapse of the Old Kingdom. This Greathammer and a Greataxe were never recovered. Both are said to forged by the wills of the gods themselves."