Ozymandias's Might is a weapon in Drakengard.
- Very slow and heavy, but it has a powerful attack.
- Very powerful. Good for physical attacks.
- Lightning Strife: Sends out multiple globes of white lightning that swirls around Caim, damaging everything they touch.
- Lightning Strife: Blue spheres of light circle the wielder's body, devastating the enemy.
- Free Mission: Inside the Ocean Fortress
Obtain ALL 10 keys from the chests. Upon doing so, the weapon chest will appear in the 1st floor. There are seven keys on the first floor, two on the second, and one on the third.
- After Chapter 9, Verse 3 - Remote Village (48500 Gold).
- White Dance: The standard five-hit attack combination for all spears.
- White Flash: Eris uses an unblockable 360-degree sweeping attack in this four-hit attack combination.
- Heavenstrike: In this six-hit attack combination, Eris performs wide-sweeping attacks and slashes downward to crush the enemies around her, doing a great deal of damage.
- Mind Blast: A five-hit attack combination consisting of forward, piercing attacks and ending with a finishing blow that sends a shockwave hurling toward enemies in the distance.
This monk's spade was owned by the ruler of the greatest empire of the age. Said to control lightning and slice through blackness, it was dedicated as a guardian weapon in the shrine of the gods.
A warrior famed for his courage plundered the weapon and set out to conquer the world. Summoning lightning and thunder to his aid, he brought nation after nation into his empire.
He sat at the center of a vast empire, but the vassals states chafed under his rule and rose up against him. In the end, betrayed even by his own army, the warrior's empire collapsed.
He took refuse in a small castle. As the besieging army put the castle to the torch, he held the monk's spade at his side and, together with his favourite concubine, waited for death.
This holy spear would demand to know if its owner was worthy of becoming a ruler. It had been passed down by a generation of soldiers who desired to rule. Long ago, one such soldier – who sought to rule above all – held this spear.
The spear asked of its owner, "When should a ruler use force?" The soldier could not answer. He managed to conquer and rule a small kingdom with the power of the spear, but it was too weak to repel the invading army of a neighboring kingdom and fell within a decade.
As the soldier’s kingdom collapsed, one of his generals escaped with the spear, the invading army hot at his heels.
They caught up with him soon enough, but just as they surrounded him, the spear asked the general the same question. He answered, "There are seven circumstances. The first – "
Before he could finish, the spear enveloped his body in lightning and slaughtered all of his assailants. Using the power of the spear, the general went on to become the emperor of a grand empire. It flourished for over one thousand years.