These four blades each reforged with his blood are used with both his hands. The ‘Sigmars Justice’ has a silver edge along with a golden hilt. The skull in the center was crafted by him after the man known as Sigmar was killed for being a petty thief, ironic isn’t it? The blade below it with the black steel is known as ‘Quater’ It can pierce through any steel and the sides along with the bottom row of spikes make it devastating when struck with, and easier to catch and parry attacks. The golden blade with the light yellow center was forged of what appears to be gold, when really it is a dense material which was crafted from a meteorite. Not much is known of this blade other than it gives of a deafening magical flow. The final blade is known as ‘Reapest’ because it was stolen by him from a reaper. Which he then sued the blade on to slay the reaper. This blade is said to kill anything except death itself.
These one handed weapons are used together or separately. The blade on the furthest left is rather plain, though given to him when he served as a Spartan general in Macedonia. The next blade was forged from his blood and forged by him, it allows him to tap into some of the lesser known elements such as the void and time and space. The final sword is made of silver and it used to repel spirits mostly. The shield welded in can be effectively sued to block and sway attacks.
When used each of these blades has its own unique control over the elements. Starting from left to right their elemental powers are: Water and Wind, Darkness, Earth and Steel, Light, and finally Fire. The blades can be sued separately or their powers can be used and used two or three at a time. The blades can even merge to form one blade if needed.
The four blades above belonged to that of the four horsemen. The blades themselves are endowed with their old host’s magical powers. From right to left the blades are: War, Pestilence, Death, and Famine. Each of the blades allows him to tap into the power of their maker and wielder. When touching war’s blade he is able to dilute the minds of others making them feel the need to fight and conquest. The Pestilence blade allows him immunity, which he already had, along with the ability to pollute anyone with any known disease and a few unknown diseases. The blade of death is fairly simple and needs to explanation. Famine’s blade can turn an entire city to hungry and starving that it will eat itself alive trying to fill themselves with food, love, lust, sin, or anything else that the human’s mind needs.
These two Katana’s were forced of the purest light and coldest darkness. These twin blades can be used separately but are most effectively sued together since each blade eliminates the others weaknesses. The Katana of light radiates a light so pure it enwraps you in warmth. The blade of darkness covers you and fuels you with evil thoughts and desires. One can only maintain a clear head when using both blades. Since when used together the wielder does not receive any symptoms.
These four daggers are not magical or gifted. They are simple ornate daggers that he found could be easily hidden on his person. Each one is about the side of his hand and wrist and can be slid into any of his clothing. The daggers each have a blade that is longer than three inches so that the blades can pierce the heart with ease.
The projectiles are small hidden blades that he keeps on his person so that when someone is out of the range of his hands and his magic magic then he has these corporeal weapons to fall back on. None of them are magical simply sharpened to a point that they can lodge into steal. There are no marks on them that can be traced back to him other than his seal which automatically destroys the projectile if someone were to touch it.