- Blinding Trail: Spears of holy light pierce enemies' bodies
- Start of Chapter 4 - Village of Stone (1800 Gold).
- Dragon's Dance: A standard six-hit attack combination with which swords start.
- Heaven's Dragonbolt: A side-slashing, six-hit combination ending with a powerful sword thrust that sends a shockwave through the air.
- Dragon's Flight: This powerful four-hit attack combination deals a critical blow with a downward slash.
Once, one of Sir Gismor’s men was caught attempting to steal General Oror’s sword. When he was brought before his master, Sir Gismor harshly reprimanded the knight, and threatened to execute him. The knight pleaded, "I only wished to be more like General Oror." When Oror heard this, he interrupted Sir Gismor, and began to speak...
"This sword was crafted after the elfin myth of two brothers who become the gods of destruction. The older one was called Falcon, and possessed the gift of knowledge. The younger one was called Lion, and possesses the gift of might. They fought in a war between humans and elves."
"Using their gifts, Falcon and Lion brought mankind to its knees. But with the end of the war, there was no one left to test their skills against, so they continued their quest for knowledge and power. Eventually, Falcon gained the knowledge of the universe and Lion cracked open the earth and sky with his fists."
"The brothers had become the gods of destruction, and the elves had no choice but to seal them in "Hero’s Time", using the lives and souls of millions. Your crime is the same as the brothers’. But in the name of my sword, Gismor, I beg you: spare this man." And so the knight was spared. But I never forgot the darkness I saw in Gismor's eyes that day.