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The Blue Sword

Corlath had initially intended only to warn the Homelanders of an impending invasion by the demonic tribes of the North. After his warning is ignored, his "kelar" (a hereditary magical power) compels him to take Harry captive. Corlath does not understand what purpose Harry will serve, but commands his people to treat her as an honored guest. Harry soon adjusts to life with the Damarians. She learns their language and customs and begins to train as a warrior, during which time her latent kelar begins to emerge. After demonstrating her horseback riding and combat skills in a tournament, she is made one of the King's Riders. Corlath also presents her with the blue sword that had once belonged to the legendary Damarian heroine Lady Aerin.

The Blue Sword

1) Cut your fiberglass core to your desired length. Mark up from the bottom of your core at 2" and 8".2) Take a 1/2" x1/2" scrap of foam and place it on top of your core. Tape a cross of duct tape down over it, then pressing down on it with your thumb, tightly wrap around it with duct tape, compressing it into the tip of your core. This is to make sure your core will not cut away at the inside of your sword blade. (Often referred to as 'biscuit-ing.')3) Cut two strips of blue camp pad that are as wide as your core (3/8" or 1/2") and as long as your sword blade.4) Read the DAP instructions. DAP one side of each of your blue foam strips and DAP evenly around your core from your 8" mark upwards toward the tip of your blade that you capped with a foam scrap. When dry and tacky, stick these strips ("flats") onto the edge of your core.5) Cut 2 strips of blue foam with dimensions 'a' by 'b'.6) Glue and attach these two strips of foam, one on each side of your core, to make a 'box' of foam around your core.7) Glue a square 'cap' to the top of your box. Reinforce it with cloth tape.8) Rotate your sword so the thinner strips of foam making up your box are facing you. Cut two strips of blue foam with dimensions 2c 2" by width 'd'. Remember, 'd' must be at least 1.25" to meet the old minimum dimension requirements.9) Glue along one side of one of your long foam strips. Glue on the edges of your foam box with the thin foam strips showing, and the top of your box.Attach your long strip of foam over the glued portions of your box once everything is dry and tacky. This is your first 'blade' layer. When finished, it should look like this:At this point, if you want to add a stabbing tip, refer to the instructions to do so.10) Repeat step 9 by attaching your next long foam strip and building up your 'blade' padding. Your side view should look like this, once complete.11) To expand a thin fiberglass core, you may want to wrap your grip in rope. This is unnecessary for PVC. If you want to add a cross guard it is easiest to do before wrapping the grip.Rope wrapping: Cut a 6" strip of carpet tape. Place it between the base of your blade and the mark 2" above the bottom of your core.12) Wrap 3/8" rope around the carpet taped portion of the handle, starting and finishing by securing the rope to the core with a piece of duct tape.If you want to add a counterweight, now is the time to do so. Otherwise, it's time to add a pommel.13) After you've added a pommel, counterweight, or stabbing tip as desired, cut off excess foam at the base of your sword and secure the tip of your sword with an 'X' of soft duct tape (that won't rip foam) or cloth tape. Secure the base of the sword by compressing it down to your handle with duct tape.14) For extra tip security, glue a rectangle of foam down over the point where your core resides underneath your foam. Reinforce this bond with cloth tape.15) Finish by making a cover, finishing with black cloth tape, and marking the color class accordingly.

Embellishments include a rather good invented world based recognizably on colonial Great Britain and one of its more troublesome hot-place colonies, wonderfully psychic horses, stellar swordplay (our heroine is a natural, of course), giant domesticated cheetah-like cats (I want one!), not-quite-human bad guys, and a fair bit of magic.

Demon Slayer (or Kimetsu no Yaiba, in the Japanese original) is one of the most popular anime and manga franchises right now. It follows Tanjiro Kamado, an insecure boy who pledges vengeance on demons after his entire family is killed by one. He does this by joining the Demon Slayer Corps, a group of sword-wielding individuals who fight demons as the creatures attack innocent people after sundown.

But the materials aren't collected from just any mountain. They are picked from mountains that stand above the clouds, meaning they are bathed in sunlight all year long, without interference from the rain or having sunlight blocked. The sword is made from a material that has absorbed sun, the one thing that can kill demons. Another distinct characteristic of the Nichirin blade is that they change colors once their owners pick them up for the first time. Each color represents a different element or inspiration, as well as the personalities and the type of power that each demon slayer holds, and you can find the difference between all of them below:

The most mysterious sword color from Demon Slayer is the one Kanjiro wields. The black blade represents the Sun and is surrounded by prejudice and misconceptions, as historically every demon slayer who held it lived a short life. This could mean that Tanjirou is destined to break the pattern and set a new legend for black Nichirin blades in the Demon Slayer universe.

The yellow blades draw from Thunder, and in the manga and anime this ends up represented by Zenitsu Agatsuma, a boy who is scared of his own shadow, but, when put under in extreme desperation unleashes a sharp and fast personality who may cause mayhem through his sword blade.

The Breathing that inspired many other techniques is represented by the green sword color. Wind is the element of the green Nichirin blade and Sanemi Shinazugawa is the one who wields it in Demon Slayer. His twisted personality made for a dangerous welcome when Tanjirou was transported to a very special place by the end of Season 1.

The white in Demon Slayer sword colors represents the mist, which is embodied by Muichiro Tokito in the manga and anime series. The mist Breathing is frequently associated with a calm and distant personality, and Muichiro never lets emotions get in the way of his judgement. This sword color has techniques derived from wind Breathing.

The purple blade represents the Moon, which is the exact opposite of the sword that Tanjirou uses. Not by chance, this is the sword that one of the main antagonists of the series so far, Kokushibo, wields. The Moon Breathing is an improved version of the Sun Breathing, which was enhanced by the use of some obscure techniques. 350c69d7ab


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