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2-04-2010 @ 8:15AM
You are complaining because a sword of "lore" does not match that of a statue? For that matter in the article you link to about "know your lore" the writer talks about how the likely outcome was the sword was shattered in the duel with doomhammer.Also wowhead generated models are not accurate as is seen by the one that shows the shadow's edge model. Ghostcrawler confirmed that the model isn't shared and that even wowhead includes warnings that their image generation isn't always accurate for unseen weapons.Not to mention it doesn't have any glows or other animated effects that weapons often have. I also find it odd you take some of the flavor text as literal inscriptions yet don't for others. Oathbinder what you says suits the text and model perfectly doesn't have a skull on top of the blade as the flavor text suggests. But the blade is on top of the skull.
2-04-2010 @ 8:18AM
Nevermind about lothar's sword I misread the comparison. But still a weapon in the hands of arthas that he took isn't really a great thing to expect to be a pristine shining example of a holy order.
2-04-2010 @ 8:33AM
If only there was an edit button. The relevant ghostcrawler post I mentioned which references the models being different then what data-mining showshttp://www.worldofraids.com/wow-blue-tracker/us-forums/22748802472-shadowmourne-the-1-hander.html
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