sword plagues.

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  1. Dalleron

    Dalleron New Member

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    Does anyone know what the various plague designs mean, if they mean anything at all. I know Narsil's is the white tree, and the uruk scimitar is the white hand of Saruman. But what about the rest. If there's a website just point me there and i'll be happy.
     
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    Anduril Flame of the West

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    I don't recall any designs on any sword plagues. Though my sword plaque has the wings of the sea gull on it.
     
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    I do not think that they mean anything in particular but are symbolic of the type of sword in someway. For instance the white hand of Sauron is on the Uruk-Hai, and just evlish designs on narsil and arwen.
     
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    i only brought it up cuz the uruk scimitar has the white hand of Saruman on it and Narsil has the white tree. Both are associated with those who weild those blades. I was wondering if the other plagues had anything particular behind them, but apparently not.
     
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    The Ringwraith plaque has the eye of Sauron.