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26th Jun '16 10:41:19 AM nombretomado
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-->-- '''[[FlavorText In-game]] description of Lilarcor''', ''VideoGame/BaldursGate 2''

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-->-- '''[[FlavorText In-game]] description of Lilarcor''', ''VideoGame/BaldursGate 2''
''VideoGame/BaldursGateII''



* As the above quote illustrates, Lilarcor from ''BaldursGate 2''. Lilarcor has an AxCrazy personality. Many players find it to be a most suiting weapon for the mentally less-than-stable Ranger Minsc. So much in fact that a fan-made GameMod adds extra banter if Minsc is wielding the sword.

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* As the above quote illustrates, Lilarcor from ''BaldursGate 2''.''VideoGame/BaldursGateII''. Lilarcor has an AxCrazy personality. Many players find it to be a most suiting weapon for the mentally less-than-stable Ranger Minsc. So much in fact that a fan-made GameMod adds extra banter if Minsc is wielding the sword.
20th Jun '16 12:37:10 PM TonyG
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* WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes: In "Knighty Knight Bugs", Bugs is tasked to retrieve a singing sword.

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* WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes: In "Knighty Knight Bugs", "WesternAnimation/KnightyKnightBugs", Bugs is tasked to retrieve a singing sword.
2nd Jun '16 1:06:01 AM Morgenthaler
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* In one episode of ''MadJackThePirate'' Mad Jack and his crew, which consists entirely of an anthropomorphic rat that is several times more competent than his captain, are tasked with retrieving the Singeing sword in order to slay a monster so they can get something epically ridiculous, only after they retrieve it do they discover it is not a blazing sword, as was advertised on the wall of the temple from which they got the quest, but a singing sword, that is prone to talking as a DeadpanSnarker, but mostly singing. This results in hilarity for the viewers and annoyance for the characters.

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* In one episode of ''MadJackThePirate'' ''WesternAnimation/MadJackThePirate'' Mad Jack and his crew, which consists entirely of an anthropomorphic rat that is several times more competent than his captain, are tasked with retrieving the Singeing sword in order to slay a monster so they can get something epically ridiculous, only after they retrieve it do they discover it is not a blazing sword, as was advertised on the wall of the temple from which they got the quest, but a singing sword, that is prone to talking as a DeadpanSnarker, but mostly singing. This results in hilarity for the viewers and annoyance for the characters.
23rd Apr '16 10:14:27 PM Xelloss08
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** In ''Literature/StarlightAndShadows'', Sharlarra steals a sword to use as part of a disguise, and discovers to her annoyance that it is an enchanted Singing Sword which insists on singing operatic odes to her glory when drawn. This is rather counterproductive to her stealth mission, though she does get some use out of it when she learns she can instruct it to imitate the voices of others.
22nd Apr '16 10:30:56 AM JoeMerl
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* In ''Anime/KillLaKill,'' Senketsu is a talking sailor uniform. ClothesMakeTheSuperman in this setting, and he's one of the most powerful weapons in the world. However, only [[TheHero Ryuko]] can hear him [[spoiler:until the finale]].
22nd Apr '16 10:28:38 AM JoeMerl
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* The third BlueBeetle is a teenager named [[KidWithTheLeash Jaime]] who has a piece of alien technology called the Scarab grafted to his spine. It can turn into AdaptiveArmor with a million uses, and also speak to Jaime, though no one else can hear it. Also, the audience generally just sees weird alien symbols and has to interpret its advice from Jaime's response.


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* ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice'' has BlueBeetle and the Scarab (see under Comic Books), but here the audience can actually hear what it says. (It's usually some variant of "[[MurderIsTheBestSolution use the plasma cannon]].")
18th Apr '16 6:41:18 PM TheHeroHartmut
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* The Axe from ''VideoGame/TheBardsTale'' (the new version) not only talks but also lets you perform sweet [[IncrediblyLamePun electric guitar riffs]] when summoning your followers.

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* The Axe Ego Sword from ''VideoGame/TheBardsTale'' (the new version) (2004) not only talks but can also lets you perform sweet [[IncrediblyLamePun electric guitar riffs]] when summoning your followers.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s7o-Hfs2a20 sing.]] This can be handy in a pinch, as the eponymous Bard doesn't need to switch to an instrument to call a new summon with the Ego Sword equipped.



-->'''Musashi:''' What the...! Th...the sword! Lumina talks!?
-->'''Lumina:''' I...AM...NOT...TALKING...TELEPATHIC...COMMUNICATION.

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-->'''Musashi:''' What the...! Th...the sword! Lumina talks!?
-->'''Lumina:'''
talks!?\\
'''Lumina:'''
I...AM...NOT...TALKING...TELEPATHIC...COMMUNICATION.
18th Apr '16 12:41:53 PM Alia_of
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* Nightblood from ''Literature/{{Warbreaker}}'' is a sentient sword created with one aim, "to destroy evil". It communicates with its wielder and can also read their thoughts.
28th Feb '16 1:47:12 AM shadowbeast
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* ''Literature/ABlinkOfTheScreen'' contained a story about an author who kills off his barbarian character, and finds him standing on his doorstep. Complete with a talking sword which frequently says only "I want to drink your blood".


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* In ''TabletopGame/Rifts'', rune weapons of the highest levels can communicate with their wielders.
* ''1001 Science Fiction Weapons'' for D20 has a couple, including a WMD which will destroy the galaxy if its mind wanders, and must be held in conversation until the deactivation words can be spoken along with a visualisation of the concept; and a landmine that looks like an egg which is adaptable enough to choose to deal any mix of damage types, damage things in different planes of existence, shape its blast to leave objects untouched, and is capable of understanding orders like "do not detonate until you can see the negotiations have failed". Also writes poetry in many languages and will ask politely not to be detonated, but will do its job if it must.
27th Feb '16 4:20:21 AM Phred
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfPussInBoots'' features the heroic Goodsword and the sinister Scimitar. While the Goodsword can give advice and encourage its wielder, the Scimitar compels its owner to kill and feed it blood.
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