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10th Jan '16 5:00:57 PM NemoSpecific
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* In ''Manga/BlackClover'', Aster's Grimoire looks rather tattered dirty. The huge sword it manifests is also covered in rust. This belies the Grimoire's true nature as the [[AntiMagic Five-leaf Clover Grimoire]]. The rusty sword it summons is a powerful weapon that dispels and reflects magic.
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* In ''Manga/BlackClover'', Aster's Grimoire looks rather tattered and dirty. The huge sword it manifests is also covered in rust. This belies the Grimoire's true nature as the [[AntiMagic Five-leaf Clover Grimoire]]. The rusty sword it summons is a powerful weapon that dispels and reflects magic.
24th Aug '15 2:26:27 AM Eddy1215
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* Minor ''WesternAnimation/WinxClub'' example: during a defence lesson, professor [[spoiler:Impostor!]]Avalon instructs Bloom and another student to pick two magic swords and spar, and Bloom's shiny sword is ''shattered'' by the chipped one chosen by the other. The other sword happened to have survived an ''extremely'' powerful attack, and that single chip (the ''only'' sign of disrepair) was where the attack had hit and [[MoreThanMeetsTheEye the sign it was the better sword]].
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* Minor ''WesternAnimation/WinxClub'' example: during a defence lesson, professor Professor [[spoiler:Impostor!]]Avalon instructs Bloom and another student to pick two magic swords and spar, and Bloom's shiny sword is ''shattered'' by the chipped one chosen by the other. The other sword happened to have survived an ''extremely'' powerful attack, and that single chip (the ''only'' sign of disrepair) was where the attack had hit and [[MoreThanMeetsTheEye the sign it was the better sword]].
11th Jul '15 5:10:59 PM Kogarashi
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** A nonmagical version: Taran makes a sword with a blacksmith, and initially wants to cast it away because it's ugly and has chips in it. It proves very powerful, and he wields it against Dorath, who is using Taran's previous beautiful sword, and it utterly shatters Dorath's sword. When Taran's blacksmith mentor asked him to test his new ugly sword despite his disappointment, Tarin tried to shatter it against an anvil...and split the anvil.
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** A nonmagical version: Taran makes a sword with a blacksmith, and initially wants to cast it away because it's ugly and has chips in it. It proves very powerful, and he wields it against Dorath, who is using Taran's previous beautiful sword, and it utterly shatters Dorath's sword. When Taran's blacksmith mentor asked him to test his new ugly sword despite his disappointment, Tarin Taran tried to shatter it against an anvil...and split the anvil.
11th Jul '15 5:10:25 PM Kogarashi
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Fixing the spelling of a character's name.
** A nonmagical version: Tarin makes a sword with a blacksmith, and initially wants to cast it away because it's ugly and has chips in it. It proves very powerful, and he wields it against Dorath, who is using Tarin's previous beautiful sword, and it utterly shatters Dorath's sword. When Tarin's blacksmith mentor asked him to test his new ugly sword despite his disappointment, Tarin tried to shatter it against an anvil...and split the anvil.
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** A nonmagical version: Tarin Taran makes a sword with a blacksmith, and initially wants to cast it away because it's ugly and has chips in it. It proves very powerful, and he wields it against Dorath, who is using Tarin's Taran's previous beautiful sword, and it utterly shatters Dorath's sword. When Tarin's Taran's blacksmith mentor asked him to test his new ugly sword despite his disappointment, Tarin tried to shatter it against an anvil...and split the anvil.
27th Jun '15 7:08:30 AM Prfnoff
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* The Falcata from ''RomancingSaGa'' which becomes the Demonbrand.
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* The Falcata from ''RomancingSaGa'' ''VideoGame/RomancingSaGa'' which becomes the Demonbrand.

* Appears in ''HalfMinuteHero'''s Hero 30 mode late in the game. [[spoiler:It becomes the ultimate weapon if you refuse to kill Sasha after she becomes a zombie.]]
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* Appears in ''HalfMinuteHero'''s ''VideoGame/HalfMinuteHero'''s Hero 30 mode late in the game. [[spoiler:It becomes the ultimate weapon if you refuse to kill Sasha after she becomes a zombie.]]
21st Jun '15 6:27:51 AM Odon
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* In the ''ConradStargard'' series, Conrad finds a sword forged with watering techniques (a powerful blacksmith's art known in the Near East but not in Poland), and buys it from a sword dealer who has no idea that this watered sword is anything special.
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* In the ''ConradStargard'' ''Conrad Stargard'' series, Conrad finds a sword forged with watering techniques (a powerful blacksmith's art known in the Near East but not in Poland), and buys it from a sword dealer who has no idea that this watered sword is anything special.special. It turns out to be more special than even Conrad expects, as it's an AbsurdlySharpBlade planted there by his time-traveling cousin for Conrad to pick up.
20th Jun '15 8:48:31 AM wootzits
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* Saito's sword, Derflinger, in ''LightNovel/ZeroNoTsukaima'' is a rusty piece of junk sold cheap by a store owner. Despite this it can talk, absorb magic attacks, and even control the body of its wielder if they're unconscious. It is eventually revealed that [[spoiler:Derflinger is a "spirit sword". The rusted sword wielded by Saito is simply a vessel for its powers; when the blade is broken, Derflinger can transfer its powers to another completely ordinary sword]].
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* Saito's sword, Derflinger, in ''LightNovel/ZeroNoTsukaima'' ''LightNovel/TheFamiliarOfZero'' is a rusty piece of junk sold cheap by a store owner. Despite this it can talk, absorb magic attacks, and even control the body of its wielder if they're unconscious. It is eventually revealed that [[spoiler:Derflinger is a "spirit sword". The rusted sword wielded by Saito is simply a vessel for its powers; when the blade is broken, Derflinger can transfer its powers to another completely ordinary sword]].

* Inverted ''hilariously'' with [[LaughingMad Excalibur]] of ''Anime/SoulEater''; initially it seems to be a gloriously CoolSword, but once it's pulled from the stone, it's revealed to be an EquippableAlly... who wears a tiny [[NiceHat top hat]] and stands at half the height of any other character. Not to mention he's ''[[PhraseCatcher so annoying.]]'' [[spoiler:It's implied that some of the annoying behavior is actually an act to keep people from abusing Excalibur's incredible power.]]
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* Inverted ''hilariously'' with [[LaughingMad Excalibur]] of ''Anime/SoulEater''; ''Manga/SoulEater''; initially it seems to be a gloriously CoolSword, but once it's pulled from the stone, it's revealed to be an EquippableAlly... who wears a tiny [[NiceHat top hat]] and stands at half the height of any other character. Not to mention he's ''[[PhraseCatcher so annoying.]]'' [[spoiler:It's implied that some of the annoying behavior is actually an act to keep people from abusing Excalibur's incredible power.]]
18th Jun '15 7:52:54 PM Half-Lord
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** The above statement is incorrect. The Mace of Molag Bal is initially called the rusty mace but upon finishing Molag Bal's quest "House of Horrors" he will turn it into his mace. Considered one of the best weapons of it's type in the game ** The Weapon that requires multiple kills is the ebony blade. The blade is only empowered when it is used to kill friendly npcs. Increasing it's power for every 2 friendlies killed.
31st May '15 4:20:51 PM foxley
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* In ''BlackClover'', Aster's Grimoire looks rather tattered dirty. The huge sword it manifests is also covered in rust. This belies the Grimoire's true nature as the [[AntiMagic Five-leaf Clover Grimoire]]. The rusty sword it summons is a powerful weapon that dispels and reflects magic.
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* In ''BlackClover'', ''Manga/BlackClover'', Aster's Grimoire looks rather tattered dirty. The huge sword it manifests is also covered in rust. This belies the Grimoire's true nature as the [[AntiMagic Five-leaf Clover Grimoire]]. The rusty sword it summons is a powerful weapon that dispels and reflects magic.
31st May '15 4:19:28 PM foxley
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* In ''Black Clover'', Aster's Grimoire looks rather tattered dirty. The huge sword it manifests is also covered in rust. This belies the Grimoire's true nature as the [[AntiMagic Five-leaf Clover Grimoire]]. The rusty sword it summons is a powerful weapon that dispels and reflects magic.
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* In ''Black Clover'', ''BlackClover'', Aster's Grimoire looks rather tattered dirty. The huge sword it manifests is also covered in rust. This belies the Grimoire's true nature as the [[AntiMagic Five-leaf Clover Grimoire]]. The rusty sword it summons is a powerful weapon that dispels and reflects magic.

* In the ''Conrad Stargard'' series, Conrad finds a sword forged with watering techniques (a powerful blacksmith's art known in the Near East but not in Poland), and buys it from a sword dealer who has no idea that this watered sword is anything special.
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* In the ''Conrad Stargard'' ''ConradStargard'' series, Conrad finds a sword forged with watering techniques (a powerful blacksmith's art known in the Near East but not in Poland), and buys it from a sword dealer who has no idea that this watered sword is anything special.

* Minor ''WinxClub'' example: during a defence lesson, professor [[spoiler:Impostor!]]Avalon instructs Bloom and another student to pick two magic swords and spar, and Bloom's shiny sword is ''shattered'' by the chipped one chosen by the other. The other sword happened to have survived an ''extremely'' powerful attack, and that single chip (the ''only'' sign of disrepair) was where the attack had hit and [[MoreThanMeetsTheEye the sign it was the better sword]].
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* Minor ''WinxClub'' ''WesternAnimation/WinxClub'' example: during a defence lesson, professor [[spoiler:Impostor!]]Avalon instructs Bloom and another student to pick two magic swords and spar, and Bloom's shiny sword is ''shattered'' by the chipped one chosen by the other. The other sword happened to have survived an ''extremely'' powerful attack, and that single chip (the ''only'' sign of disrepair) was where the attack had hit and [[MoreThanMeetsTheEye the sign it was the better sword]].
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