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The '''Alara'hai''', or '''Seven Swords of Sin''', are seven legendary swords wielded by the champions of each of the [[runelord|runelords]] of ancient [[Thassilon]]. Forged by the respective runelord, each of these blades embodied the power of the runelord and were used by each champion in combat against another.<ref>{{Cite book/D2, Seven Swords of Sin|27}}</ref> When the ancient runlords went into hiding the once tremendous power of these weapons also diminished until there power was comparatively mundane. Still they have circulated amongst weapon collectors and relic dealers as historic curios for while their power diminished their legend has not. At the height of their power these sword were incredible weapons, [[Chellan, Sword of Greed|Chellan]] for example was known to turn those it struck into crystal statues sometimes with only a single blow.<ref>{{Cite book/Spires of Xin-Shalast|50}}</ref>   
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The '''Alara'hai''', or '''Seven Swords of Sin''', are seven legendary swords wielded by the champions of each of the [[runelord|runelords]] of ancient [[Thassilon]]. Forged by the respective runelord, each of these blades embodied the power of the runelord and were used by each champion in combat against another.<ref>{{Cite book/Seven Swords of Sin|27}}</ref> When the ancient runelords went into hiding the once tremendous power of these weapons also diminished until there power was comparatively mundane. Still they have circulated amongst weapon collectors and relic dealers as historic curios for while their power diminished their legend has not. At the height of their power these sword were incredible weapons; [[Chellan|Chellan]] for example was known to turn those it struck into crystal statues sometimes with only a single blow.<ref>{{Cite book/Spires of Xin-Shalast|50}}</ref>   
  
 
==Swords==
 
==Swords==
  
The seven swords of the ''alara'hai'' are<ref>{{Cite book/Seven Swords of Sin|29}}</ref>:
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The seven swords of the ''alara'hai'' are:<ref>{{Cite book/Seven Swords of Sin|29}}</ref>
  
* [[Asheia, Sword of Lust]]
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* [[Asheia|Asheia, Sword of Lust]]
* [[Baraket, Sword of Pride]]
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* [[Baraket|Baraket, Sword of Pride]]
* [[Chellan, Sword of Greed]]
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* [[Chellan|Chellan, Sword of Greed]]
* [[Garvok, Sword of Wrath]]
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* [[Garvok|Garvok, Sword of Wrath]]
* [[Shin-Tari, Sword of Sloth]]
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* [[Shin-Tari|Shin-Tari, Sword of Sloth]]
* [[Tannaris, Sword of Envy]]
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* [[Tannaris|Tannaris, Sword of Envy]]
* [[Ungarato, Sword of Gluttony]]
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* [[Ungarato|Ungarato, Sword of Gluttony]]
  
 
== References ==
 
== References ==
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The Alara'hai, or Seven Swords of Sin, are seven legendary swords wielded by the champions of each of the runelords of ancient Thassilon. Forged by the respective runelord, each of these blades embodied the power of the runelord and were used by each champion in combat against another.[1] When the ancient runelords went into hiding the once tremendous power of these weapons also diminished until there power was comparatively mundane. Still they have circulated amongst weapon collectors and relic dealers as historic curios for while their power diminished their legend has not. At the height of their power these sword were incredible weapons; Chellan for example was known to turn those it struck into crystal statues sometimes with only a single blow.[2]

References

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  1. Greg A. Vaughan. (2007). "Vaults of Madness". Seven Swords of Sin, p. 27. Paizo Publishing, LLC. ISBN 978-1-60125-050-6
  2. Greg A. Vaughan. (2008). Spires of Xin-Shalast. Spires of Xin-Shalast, p. 50. Paizo Publishing, LLC. ISBN 978-1-60125-041-4
  3. Greg A. Vaughan. (2007). "Vaults of Madness". Seven Swords of Sin, p. 29. Paizo Publishing, LLC. ISBN 978-1-60125-050-6