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* Franchise/{{Sonic|TheHedgehog}}'s sword Caliburn, Sir Gawain's Dual Wielding Swords, Sir Lancelot's sword, and Sir Percival's sword in Sonic and the Black Knight.

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* Franchise/{{Sonic|TheHedgehog}}'s VideoGame/{{Sonic|TheHedgehog}}'s sword Caliburn, Sir Gawain's Dual Wielding Swords, Sir Lancelot's sword, and Sir Percival's sword in Sonic and the Black Knight.


* In ''Manga/DemonSlayerKimetsuNoYaiba'', Zenitsuís nichirin blade has a pattern that is unique to itself, when Zenitsu is pushing his limits with the Breath of Thunder style the blade will unveil strong lightning pattern markings all over it.


* ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts'': Keyblades in general, which are [[CoolKey part key]], part sword. A mystical superpowered weapon granting superstrength and reflexes on absurd levels as well as being able to open and close routes between parallel universes.

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* ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts'': ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'': Keyblades in general, which are [[CoolKey part key]], part sword. A mystical superpowered weapon granting superstrength and reflexes on absurd levels as well as being able to open and close routes between parallel universes.

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* In ''Manga/DemonSlayerKimetsuNoYaiba'', Zenitsuís nichirin blade has a pattern that is unique to itself, when Zenitsu is pushing his limits with the Breath of Thunder style the blade will unveil strong lightning pattern markings all over it.


* In Creator/WalterJonWilliams' novel ''Implied Spaces'', the protagonist's sword, Tecmessa, has the ability to send his enemies to a sealed pocket universe.

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* In Creator/WalterJonWilliams' novel ''Implied Spaces'', ''Literature/ImpliedSpaces'', the protagonist's sword, Tecmessa, has the ability to send his enemies to a sealed pocket universe.

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** It wasn't always a Cool Sword; in the prequel ''Martin the Warrior'', it's just his family's sword, with nothing else special about it. When Martin arrives in Mossflower, Tsarmina breaks it in a fit of rage, and it later gets reforged using meteoric iron by UltimateBlacksmith Boar the Fighter into the blade of legend.

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* ''Literature/TheFabledLands'' has a few available during certain quests, but none moreso than the White Sword. It's described as being made from a white metal, adds a whopping +8 to the PlayerCharacter's combat skill and cannot be lost through robbery, imprisonment, or even death. Fittingly, it is given to the player as a gift by Nagil, the God of Death if the player has the Chosen One Of Nagil title.

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* ''Fanfic/HarbingerFinmonster'' (''WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom'', ''WesternAnimation/ParaNorman''): Wendy Corduroy,'s sword, besides being a {{BFS}}, has runes running down the middle, and Danny notes that it's ''not'' a normal weapon, given its ability to harm supernatural entities.

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* In ''Film/AvengersEndgame'', [[BigBad Thanos]] has a massive double-bladed sword that he can do a variety of cool tricks with. [[spoiler: With this sword, Thanos broke Captain America's NighInvulnerable vibranium shield, which was able to NoSell ''everything'' prior to the sword.]]


** In the spin-off ActionAdventure game ''Redguard'', the hero Cyrus comes into possession of the Soul Sword, a [[EmpathicWeapon sentient longsword]] housing the soul of the Crown Prince of Hammerfell, Prince A'tor. It is able to move on its own accord [[spoiler:(which proves very useful in the game's climax)]] and A'tor is able to telepathically speak with the wielder of the blade.

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** In the spin-off ActionAdventure game ''Redguard'', ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsAdventuresRedguard Redguard]]'', the hero Cyrus comes into possession of the Soul Sword, a [[EmpathicWeapon sentient longsword]] housing the soul of the Crown Prince of Hammerfell, Prince A'tor. It is able to move on its own accord [[spoiler:(which proves very useful in the game's climax)]] and A'tor is able to telepathically speak with the wielder of the blade.

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* The Flaming Raging Poisoning Sword of Doom from Podcast/TheAdventureZoneBalance is just as rad as it sounds. [[spoiler: Which makes it even funnier that Taako never uses it after swindling it from Garfield the Deals Warlock. Then we get to see what it can [[Awesome/TheAdventureZoneBalance really]] do when Magnus gets to use it.]]
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* In ''FanFic/PurpleDays'', Joff retrieves Brightroar and fuses it to his soul, allowing him to summon and dismiss it at will.


** To correct the tropers above me regarding the Ulfberhts, first let's correct the spelling. It's "U or V - L - F - B - E - R - H - T." Second, Ulfberhts come in three main groups. The ones that have the name, "+ULFBERH+T" are originals, made entirely out of crucible steel, with exception of the wrought iron inlays. The second group are also originals, these are spelled, "+ULFBERHT+". The final group are the fakes, with the inlay, "+UBRLFH+T". The ones with the incorrect spelling are made out of subpar material and are known for more fancy fittings, while the originals are made out of superior materials and aren't known for fancy fittings.

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** To correct the tropers above me regarding the Ulfberhts, first let's correct the spelling. It's "U or V - L - F - B - E - R - H - T." Second, Ulfberhts come in three main groups. The ones that have the name, "+ULFBERH+T" are originals, made entirely out of crucible steel, with exception of the wrought iron inlays. The second group are also originals, these are spelled, "+ULFBERHT+". "+ULFBERHT+" . The final group are the fakes, with the inlay, "+UBRLFH+T". The "+UBRLFH+T" and so on; the ones with the incorrect spelling are made out of subpar material materials or by incompetent smiths, and are known for more fancy fittings, while the originals are made out of superior materials and aren't known for fancy fittings.


* ''Series/{{Merlin}}'', the sword forged in the dragon's breath, later to be known as Excalibur. It will cause disaster when used by the wrong person, and it can kill the already dead.

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* ''Series/{{Merlin}}'', ''Series/{{Merlin|2008}}'', the sword forged in the dragon's breath, later to be known as Excalibur. It will cause disaster when used by the wrong person, and it can kill the already dead.

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* ''Fanfic/ThePiecesLieWhereTheyFell'': Night Blade's AncestralWeapon ''Determined Point'', and the Masamane sword he replaced it with.

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