God's Wolf: The Life of the Most Notorious of All Crusaders, Reynald de Chatillon
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Laevatein: A weapon mentioned in the Norse Poetic Edda poem Fjölsvinnsmál. Considered by some to be a sword, others to be the mistletoe projectile that killed Baldr.
In chapter 13 of the Prose Edda book Gylfaginning, Fenrir is first mentioned in a stanza quoted from Völuspá.  Fenrir is first mentioned in prose in chapter 25, where the enthroned figure of High tells Gangleri (described as King GylfNichirin Swords: (日輪刀): The blades of the Demon Slayer Corps in Kimetsu no Yaiba i.e. the Demon Slayer Anime. Forged using materials that absorb sunlight, Nichirin Swords grant human slayers the rare ability to slay demons. The color of each blade furthermore depends on its owner and is capable of conferring additional abilities. Hauteclere: The beautiful sword of Olivier in The Song of Roland. Its defining characteristic was a crystal in its golden hilt. a b c d Lee, Keekok (2008). Warp and Weft, Chinese Language and Culture. Strategic Book Publishing. ISBN 978-1606932476. pp. 156-157
Torikabuto: (屠痢兜) The demonic blade of Rasetsumaru in Samurai Showdown V. The name is nonsensical and is derived by perverting the Japanese kanji characters for the Chinese Wolfsbane plant.
Thunderfury: In “vanilla” World of Warcraft, a legendary sword once wielded by Thunderaan, the Prince of Air. Described as the Blessed Blade of the Windseeker. Pangu ( 盤古), a macranthropic metaphor of the cosmos. He separated yin and yang, creating the earth (murky yin) and the sky (clear yang). All things were made from his body after he died.  Grayswandir: The sword of Corwin in Roger Zelazny's The Chronicles of Amber. Associated with the moon and the night.