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Fiery Dragon Sword

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Fiery Dragon Sword

Item type
Soulbound on Acquire
Copper coin
Game link
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— In-game description

The Fiery Dragon Sword is a stylized fire-breathing dragon sword. Although it resembles the legendary weapons Magdaer and Sohothin, it is merely an Ascalonian replica without special powers. Swords like this were an iconic symbol of the fallen human nation, but have become less common during the last century. The Guild Warrior who defeated the Great Destroyer managed to obtain one that was subsequently placed in the Hall of Monuments, where it has been guarded by the ghosts there ever since, waiting for a hero worthy of its power.

[edit] Acquisition

[edit] Gallery

[edit] Notes

  • A sword with this will generate a visual effect that suggests foes killed with this weapon are defeated by burning; the fire damage has no affect on combat or other game mechanics.
  • This weapon will act as a source of ambient lighting for the wielder, but other players will not be able to see anything except the flame on the weapon.

[edit] Trivia

  • At one point in development, players were to be given the opportunity to stumble upon a Fiery Dragon Sword warehouse, but this idea was later dropped.[1]
  • When you unsheathe this weapon, a quiet sound effect is played.
  • The PvP version of this item was introduced in the March 26, 2013 update.
  • Similar in appearance to the Icy Dragon Sword from Guild Wars, Jormag's Breath uses a similar design with blue hilt and flame.

[edit] References

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  1. ^ guildwars2 - Guild Wars 2 TAD Talk: Fantasy and RPGs

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