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  • She looked down momentarily at the rune-carved staff she carried in her hands, its burnished surface as black and depthless as a night pool.

    Armageddon's Children

  • His rune-carved staff rested on the seat beside him, ready to employ.

    Armageddon's Children

  • She entered through a rune-carved arch nestling beneath the eaves.

    Shadowfane

  • By the time he knew they faced no immediate danger, Illyana was bare save for the Jewel on one wrist and a rune-carved ivory bracelet on the other.

    Conan the Valiant

  • He went to a bench and took up a slender, rune-carved rod of wood more nearly the shape and size that the adventurers would expect of a true wand, and with this in hand turned to the great mirror where it hung on its wall.

    Hero Of Dreams

  • On his finger was the Ring of Kings, the single rare Actorious stone set in a ring of rune-carved silver.

    The Bane of The Black Sword

  • And yet, incredibly, Yyrkoon remained alive, drawing his vitality from the blade which still clashed against Elric's own rune-carved sword.

    The Weird Of The White Wolf

  • He drew his sword and felt the pulsating, evil power which lurked in rune-carved Stormbringer.

    The Weird of the White Wolf

  • Wayland-Smith, and how, though the dormitory light was burning, he had found the wonderful rune-carved sword in his cot.

    Puck of Pook's Hill

  • When they saw the shoeing-tools they were very bewildered, till the novice asked leave to speak, and told what he had done to the farmer, and what he had said to Wayland-Smith, and how, though the dormitory light was burning, he had found the wonderful rune-carved sword in his cot.

    Puck of Pook’s Hill

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