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'''Sihil''' is a type of [[Dwarf|dwarven]] sword made using metallurgy and runes.
In the [[Witcher series|Witcher novels]], [[Zoltan]] gives [[Geralt of Rivia|Geralt]] a named sword, '''Sihil'''. It was forged in [[Mahakam]] by [[Rhundurin]].
 
   
 
The Dwarven runes forged on it translate 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".
A similar named sword, [[G'valchir]], is earned as a reward for a [[Won't Hurt a Bit|quest]] in the [[The Witcher (PC)|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.
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Upon using it against bandits, [[Geralt of Rivia|Geralt]] noted that the blade barely felt any resistance as it cut through its targets.
   
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== Notes ==
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".
 
 
* In the [[Witcher series|Witcher novels]], [[Zoltan]] gives Geralt one such blade that was forged in [[Mahakam]] by [[Rhundurin]].
   
 
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Revision as of 03:27, 19 October 2018

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Sihil is a type of dwarven sword made using metallurgy and runes.

The Dwarven runes forged on it translate 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".

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

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External links

  • Gwent icon.png See the GWENT standalone game version card: Sihil
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