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  • * Broad Machete – This heavy-bladed melee weapon does high damage against limbs and can quickly deal out a flurry of attacks.

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  • He recognized it well enough: The huge, heavy-bladed silver Sword with the hilt in the shape of outspread wings was the one that hung above the Speaking Stars in the Silent Brothers council room.

    City of Ashes

  • Beneath the patched coat he wore a pair of leather-trimmed cavalry overalls that had once belonged to a colonel of Napoleon's Imperial Guard, and at his side there hung a heavy-bladed cavalry sword that had killed the colonel.

    Sharpe's Skirmish

  • There came the dry whisper of steel on leather as the man drew a heavy-bladed sword and laid it across his knees.

    Conan and the Emerald Lotus

  • The other was a shirtless hulk of a man who brandished a heavy-bladed sword before Temoten's terrified eyes with sadistic relish.

    Conan and the Emerald Lotus

  • Roaring in anger, he swept his heavy-bladed sword from its well-oiled scabbard and aimed a vicious cut at the groggy thief, still dazed from his tumble to the hard floor.

    Conan The Hunter

  • Unblinking eyes that caught everything in the street belied the apparent placidity of her round face, and so did the studded cudgel at her belt, and a dagger heavy-bladed enough to do for an Aielman.

    Lord of Chaos

  • He was busy staring at the veiled Aiel bursting out of their encirclement with spears and heavy-bladed knives.

    The Fires of Heaven

  • Even here, meeting with the man they had proclaimed the Car'a'carn, the chief of chiefs, each had a heavy-bladed knife at his belt and the gray-brown shoufa draped like a wide scarf around his neck; if any man covered his face with the black veil that was part of the shoufa, he would be ready to kill.

    The Fires of Heaven

  • To Sharpe's left was a tall man with red hair who carried a long and heavy-bladed sword.

    Sharpe's Devil

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