History Literature / TheMisenchantedSword

8th Jan '16 7:12:17 PM Discar
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* OurGodsAreGreater: Apparently they are all {{Actual Pacifist}}s. They break their oath once, to seal the demons and kill those who summoned them.

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* OurGodsAreGreater: OurGodsAreDifferent: Apparently they are all {{Actual Pacifist}}s. They break their oath once, to seal the demons and kill those who summoned them.
13th Dec '15 6:19:41 AM morenohijazo
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* ImperfectRitual: The titular sword [[spoiler: was not made an EvilWeapon out of malice, but because the wizard was in a hurry and mistook a brass ring for gold.]]
25th Sep '15 5:46:12 AM john_e
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* ScrewTheRulesTheyBrokeThemFirst: When the Northern Empire violates the customs of war by summoning an all-out demon attack, the gods break their own rule of non-intervention to remove the demons and wipe out the empire that summoned them.
1st Jan '15 10:34:39 AM StarSword
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* DrawSwordDrawBlood: The eponymous sword literally ''cannot'' be resheathed until it's used to kill someone.
8th Aug '13 11:02:07 PM Nightmask
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** It's worse than that, as the sword has to be taken up by someone else next who will be compelled to kill him, leaving them with the requirement of having to kill 99 men (the enchantment of the blade specifically making it uninterested in women and non-humans), and so on as it loses one off the count each time.
16th Feb '13 11:08:27 PM Xtifr
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''The Misenchanted Sword'', first of the ''Literature/TheLegendsOfEthshar'' fantasy novels by Creator/LawrenceWattEvans, details Valder's misadventures as he struggles to adapt his life around the power of his sword Wirikidor's enchantment...and the desires of those who want to take advantage of those powers.




''The Misenchanted Sword'', first of the {{Ethshar}} fantasy novels by Creator/LawrenceWattEvans, details Valder's misadventures as he struggles to adapt his life around the power of his sword Wirikidor's enchantment...and the desires of those who want to take advantage of those powers.
16th Feb '13 1:17:18 PM Xtifr
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''The Misenchanted Sword'', first of the {{Ethshar}} fantasy novels by LawrenceWattEvans, details Valder's misadventures as he struggles to adapt his life around the power of his sword Wirikidor's enchantment...and the desires of those who want to take advantage of those powers.

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''The Misenchanted Sword'', first of the {{Ethshar}} fantasy novels by LawrenceWattEvans, Creator/LawrenceWattEvans, details Valder's misadventures as he struggles to adapt his life around the power of his sword Wirikidor's enchantment...and the desires of those who want to take advantage of those powers.
10th Nov '12 1:17:48 PM Aiguille
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* CareerKiller: Valder ends up being forced into this.


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* ProfessionalKiller: Valder ends up being forced into this.
17th Jul '12 1:29:51 PM TSBasilisk
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* ForeverWar: The Great War has lasted centuries by the start of the novel. Entire generations of soldiers have lived and died without ever setting foot in their nation's homeland.
5th Apr '12 6:08:33 AM ccoa
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* {{Immortality}}: The protagonist is a cowardly scout granted this by a magic sword. He believes he "cannot be defeated until he has killed 100 men", and puts his sword down and retires long before reaching that number. He doesn't find out the truth for... quite a long time. He cannot ''die'' until he has killed a hundred men.

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* {{Immortality}}: ImmortalityInducer: The protagonist is a cowardly scout granted this by a magic sword. He believes he "cannot be defeated until he has killed 100 men", and puts his sword down and retires long before reaching that number. He doesn't find out the truth for... quite a long time. He cannot ''die'' until he has killed a hundred men.
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