- Very heavy but quite long.
- With training, excels at linear-sweep attacks.
- Ifrit Sword: It sends scimitars of light up though the air, dealing damage to enemies in range.
- Voice of the Guilty: Summons the spirits of the dead to torment the enemy.
- Free Mission: The Winter Wasteland - The Hidden Mountains
Kill ALL 10 ogres in the winding canyons on the eastern portion of the map.
- Chapter 5, Verse 5 (Chest Item) (7850)
- Tornado Dance: The standard seven-hit attack combination of all axes.
- Evil's Doom: In this combination, Urick spins his axe to build momentum before crashing it to the ground, sending a shockwave over a short distance in front of him.
- Dragon Deity's Fury: A short but powerful attack combination in which Urick spins and sends his axe crashing down on helpless enemies to deal heavy damage.
- Evil's Downfall: An attack combination that Urick ends by running forward, slashing enemies in his path.
An axe used on the executioner's block of imperial gaols. Forged as an executioner's tool, the axe has severed the heads of more than a thousand victims.
But after it was used to decapitate the very man who forged it, the axe became like a living thing. It seemed to be searching for something as it looped off each head in turn.
Once, a popular general was condemned to death. The people watched as he lay his head on the block and the axe did its bloody work. A headless corpse knows neither innocence nor guilt.
Hundreds of years have passed, and still the axe continues its grim search. Scores of rulers and kings have fallen beneath its blade as it wends its bloody way through the pages of history.
The axe thought to itself, "How many heads have I cut off?" Over the many years it had executed criminals, traitors, revolutionaries, politicians, even innocent, but it could not remember any of their faces, save for one – a peculiar boy.
The boy showed no fear as he placed his head on the block. Even the bravest men harbor a desperate hope at the moment of their death. The axe could feel the rush of their emotions even as it took their life.
Not this boy – he was different. His spirit was filled to the brim with hope. It wasn’t the false hope of a devout believer, but rather, the knowledge that he was there by choice. His spirit was so pure that it made the axe want to scream.
The boy’s execution was carried out. Among the crowd that gathered to witness the event, a group of young men shed tears. The axe did not understand what it meant. All it knew was that the young men would speak of the boy’s high hopes for the world’s future for generations to come.