Mount Masami
Masami isn't currently up right now, we've been trying to get things running for a few years, but something always comes up. However, recently, we decided to get the team back together and get this puppy going. Currently, we're adding some new ideas in and reintroducing old ones. We should be up and running within a few weeks. If you're interested, feel free to roam Masami while we get things set up, or maybe you could even join and give us some feedback on what you'd like to see. Thank you so much for your patients and we're very very sorry!

Sword Collection

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Post  Norm on Thu Nov 28, 2013 9:52 pm

Wooden Sword

The fuller of the sword is made of a strong and unbreakable wood with the enscribing of ancient writings that read "good luck". The tongue isn't spoken by the locals anymore, but it was believed that in ancient times when Masami had separated, swords were handed out with these carvings to wish a long and safe life. Modern day swords are still made with these writings to remind the locals of how long their kind has been waiting and how much hope they still burden. The grip is made of the very same wood with a sturdy hide wrapped around it as a single red bead is strung off. The red bead was believed to be a charm to ward off unwanted and unneeded company, however, the bead has been proven unuseful, but is still used as tradition. The edge of the blade and the cross guard is made up of a white, matte stone which refuses to shimmer or reflect the diligent sun. The sharpened edges are neat and clean to allow clear piercings and wounds to the victim.

Damage: 20 | Price: 200 coins (changeable, just filling in space)

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