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In the [[Witcher series|Witcher novels]], [[Zoltan]] gives [http://witcher.gamepedia.com/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.
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'''Sihil''' (original name: '''sihill''') is a type of [[Dwarf|dwarven]] sword made using advanced metallurgy and dwarven runic "magic". The crossguard is very small. The blade barely feels any resistance as it cuts through its targets.
   
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== Notes ==
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* In the [[Witcher series|Witcher novels]], [[Zoltan]] gives Geralt one such blade that 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".
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==Gallery==
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Gwent cardart neutral sihil.png|Gwent card art
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== External links ==
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*{{Gwent|Sihil}}
   
 
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Revision as of 01:13, July 21, 2019

Weapons Sihill

Sihil (original name: sihill) is a type of dwarven sword made using advanced metallurgy and dwarven runic "magic". The crossguard is very small. The blade barely feels any resistance as it cuts through its targets.

Notes

  • In the Witcher novels, Zoltan gives Geralt one such blade that 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".

Gallery

External links

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