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In the [[Witcher series|Witcher novels]], [[Zoltan]] gives [[Geralt]] a named sword, '''Sihil'''. A similar named sword, [[G'valchir]], is earned as a reward for a [[Won't Hurt a Bit|quest]] in the [[The Witcher (computer game)|computer game]]. This sword is described as being ''a'' [[Mahakam]]an rune sihil, not necessarily ''the'' Sihil from the novels.
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In the [[Witcher series|Witcher novels]], [[Zoltan]] gives [[Geralt of Rivia|Geralt]] a named sword, '''Sihil'''. A similar named sword, [[G'valchir]], is earned as a reward for a [[Won't Hurt a Bit|quest]] in the [[The Witcher (computer game)|computer game]]. This sword is described as being ''a'' [[Mahakam]]an rune sihil, not necessarily ''the'' Sihil from the novels.
   
 
Upon using it against bandits, Geralt noted that the blade barely felt any resistance as it cut through its targets.
 
Upon using it against bandits, Geralt noted that the blade barely felt any resistance as it cut through its targets.

Revision as of 23:52, September 3, 2017

In the Witcher novels, Zoltan gives Geralt a named sword, Sihil. A similar named sword, G'valchir, is earned as a reward for a quest in the computer game. This sword is described as being a Mahakaman rune sihil, not necessarily the Sihil from the novels.

Upon using it against bandits, Geralt noted that the blade barely felt any resistance as it cut through its targets.

The Dwarven runes forged on it, in novel were translated as "na pohybel skurwysynom", and loosely translate into a combination of "May they perish/To their doom" and "whoresons" or more colloquially; "Death to the motherfuckers".

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