Reminds me of the Norwegian hunter that found a viking sword just laying on one of the mountain rocks, just left there.
thanks i hated making it just as much as you hated viewing it
That's astonishingly well preserved for being out in the open. You sure it was real?
Yes it's legit.
It may seem strange for the sword to have survived on the surface for
more than one thousand years. However, to all appearances this is what
happened here. Isolated finds of well-preserved iron arrowheads are also
known from the high mountains, and some of these artefacts are even
older than the sword. The preservation is probably due to a combination
of the quality of the iron, the high altitude and the mostly cold
conditions. For most of the year, the find spot would have been frozen
over and covered in snow.
We were NPCs all along, and she was the main character.
that's so sick. Imagine just fucking around one day then finding and holding a piece of history in your hands. wonder if it ever got used?
Are we far enough to be considered DLC unlock?
They didn’t make these things for show man.
I'm sure there's an ancient prophecy that was fulfilled.
I wonder if those poor parents are aware their child is The Protagonist.
They really mostly did make 'em for show, man. Status symbol, especially in iron-age Scandinavia. If you just wanted to fight, you'd use a spear or axe. Less iron required, less quality needed to make it good. A sword is like an iron-age bugatti. It has it's uses, sure, but it's kind of not terribly good at it compared to a hybrid station-wagon, and it sure tells any on-lookers that you're rich.
No, I'm sorry, what you're saying here is about 80% myth. Swords were very much combat weapons. Spears and axes were cheaper and certainly used more commonly, but swords were by no means 'mostly for show'.
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