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Within the world of Albion there are weapons of legendary status, left by great Heroes for future generations to find. Each of these weapons are imbued with great power, offering their strengths to any worthy wielder. Below is a list of each of these weapons from Fable and TLC, along with a small narrative for each.
Left for dead during the Olagan massacre, Arken swore vengeance on those who ambushed him. Crafting a crossbow from scattered pieces found at the battlefield, this legendary weapon was used to hunt down every last ambusher.
Kept as part of a legendary treasure instead of being used, this cutlass is rumoured to have a palpable hunger for blood.
Despite his quick fingers and eye for detail, only once did the Dollmaster create a weapon. It is said this mace is as colossal as his dolls were delicate.
The folded steel of a katana can only be so strong, however, through secret supernatural skills Hiryu was turned into something special. These ancient skills died with the monks of the far hills.
Stolen from the Murren Graves following the collapse of the Old Kingdom, little is known of the godlike warrior this greataxe was prised from. It is said the deadly blade of this weapon still glow with a divine quality.
Stolen from the Murren Graves along with a greataxe, this weapon was never recovered. It is said both weapons were forged by the will of the gods.
Forged by old kingdom foresters, Ronok has survived the test of time. Remaining as sharp as the day it was forged, this axe has seen centuries of combat.
Dark and terrible secrets propel the arrows from this bow, fuelled by a unique power. It is rumoured this longbow is the weapon of the Overberg.
Held in awe of swordmasters and combatants throughout Albion, this greatsword once belonged to the mythical dragonknights.
Bloodforged long before the Old Kingdom, this longsword is the oldest of all weapons. This weapons power is that of all Albion, if it ever gets unlocked.
Created by the twins Elda and Essa, this longsword had a bloodsoaked start. To ensure the world would never see another weapon like it, the twins of this sword cut off each others hands with it.
As majestic as any sceptre, this greatmace is powerful enough to bring empires to their knees. It is rumoured to have been owned by the bodyguard to the Archon, first ruler of the Old Kingdom.
Hidden mines provided strong but extremely light metal to Wellow, the ruler of the northern ridges of the Old Kingdom. It is said his warloads used pickhammers forged from this metal, much like the one Wellow carried.
Existing for a time as pure myth among acolytes, this longsword once belonged to a mere guard. Used by the Guild Mage Solcius to close a vortex, the ordinary sword was imbued with enough power to rival the Sword of Aeons.
Shunning society and living in the mountains, diminutive warrior Orkon was often mistaken as a hobbe or sometimes a baby troll. Any enemy seeing this small warrior charging with club in hand would laugh, though it was the last thing they ever did.
When his family was ripped to pieces by demonic creatures, Hero Wheldon made a bargain with a necromancer. His life for a sword, powerful enough to destroy the creatures. Having his heart made part of the sword, his lifeless body fell to the ground upon completing his revenge.
Soaked in mystery as well as blood are the origins of this broadsword. Some claim it belonged to the most evil Hero of the Guild, though no record of his name could be found. Others claim it belonged to a demon not a man, and that was why it gleams with the fires of hell.
- Some legendary weapon models can be seen used by NPC's, for example the Bereaver and the Avenger can sometimes be seen wielded one handed by Bandit guards.