Unless El'druin is a generic sword...it seems like Deckard not knowing what the sword was is a(nother) giant plot hole in Act 1. Unless he knew, and kept it secret, because...I don't know. Something expansion-y.
06/02/2013 11:49 AMPosted by Antibanea(nother) giant plot hole in Act 1.
06/03/2013 05:37 AMPosted by RainI beleive that the sword might NOT have been in mint 3 peices... y'know falling from another Realm alltogether...
It's very likely that it looked like fine craftsmanship, but that of a mortal before it was reunited as a whole and that its supernatural powers were not nearly as prominent while split.06/03/2013 07:46 AMPosted by AntibaneSwords covered in runes or inscriptions is a pretty common trope for this genre - I think it's reasonable to assume that El'druin is no exception, and thus, Deckard should have recognized it.
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