July 22, 2004
Last time I used my Magical Sword

in a hardware store, I was arrested... Oh, wait, this is a different type of 'magic' sword.

TLC has a little story about some poor druid who didn't want to be parted with his Magic Sword. Not that I have anything against druids, but I seem to remember from my D&D and Evercrack days that Druids didn't use swords...

Posted by ron at July 22, 2004 07:18 AM

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Actually, in D&D druids are allowed the use of scimitars. I'm not sure why but they are.

Posted by: Steve on July 22, 2004 12:55 PM

Naughty you!!! The "magical sword" should not be free and loose in public....heee!

Posted by: cheri on July 23, 2004 08:45 PM

I dont know how i got here but anyway... druids can use scimitars because there shape is a crescent, similar to the shape of the moon when it is in a (

I think they just wanted to fix the whole merlin thing... merlin was suposed to be a druid (dont go much into the lore) and excaliber was a scimitar in the original story, before the english stole it, so they had to make it make sense, or, more likely, im a fool.

how did i get here... does this page open in a popup or somthin?

Posted by: Brian on August 5, 2004 03:22 AM
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