- Cannot be swung fast but deals great amount of damage.
- Unlikely to yield the desired results...
- Phantom Eye: Sends out shockwaves of damnation out to nearby enemies.
- Voice of the Guilty: Summons the spirits of the dead to torment the enemy.
- Chapter 10, Verse 3
Before you go up the stairs to the 2nd floor, the box WILL appear. Just backtrack to find the chest. You MUST get close to the stairs to the 2nd floor.
- Tornado Dance: The standard seven-hit attack combination of all axes.
- Fury's Frenzy: This combination has a wide-sweeping attack.
- Shatterheaven Blast: An attack combination where Urick flips forward while smashing his axe into the ground twice.
- Shattersky Blast: An attack combination where Urick flips forward while smashing his axe into the ground twice.
There was once a surgeon who saved many patients from sickness and death. Word of his skills spread, and so great did his renown grow that he was appointed physician to the king.
Several years passed. One day, the king's daughter fell gravely ill. Despite all the doctor's skill and efforts, the illness proved fatal, and the princess slipped into death.
A hateful grudge toward the doctor took root in the grieving king's heart. Deaf to the doctor's entreaties, the king sentenced the physician's family to death.
Mad with grief, the doctor threw deadly poison in the royal well, and the entire royal household died agonizing deaths. The blade of this axe was sharpened using water drawn from that well.
Long ago there was a vast kingdom surrounded with water end enclosed by mighty walls. Blessed with the gift of water, the people lived a life of happiness. An altar to the water goddess stood at the center of the kingdom. On it lay an axe, which radiated a calm blue light. Legends told that the goddess used the axe to slay the demon king of drought.
Beyond its walls, other nations schemed to steal the prosperous kingdom’s wealth. Under the command of their king, the citizens fought bravely, but the peace-loving people of the water kingdom were no match for the invaders. Soon, their mighty walls lay in ruins and the war was on their doorstep.
When the flames of war reached the water goddess’s altar, the axe came to life. Floating above its resting place, its blade give off a blinding flash of light. The next moment, a tidal wave washed over the invading armies and continued past the kingdom’s borders, drowning the land of the enemy.
Having served its purpose, the axe lost its luster and the waters subsided. Now, the ancient weapon looked as drained and lifeless as the desert.