What makes a Great Weapon great?

Fri Oct 14 12:07:10 PDT 2005

A Great Weapon's field of dread or whatever is much more noticeable than
many, many Morganti
weapons; when Vlad was in Baritt's morganti room he is very uncomfortable,
but not as uncomfortable as Iceflame, Pathfinder, and Blackwand out at the
same time apparently causes him severe distress. I believe owning a Great
Weapon would nullify these feelings.

On 10/14/05, Maximilian Wilson <wilson.max at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 10/14/05, Steve Rapaport <steve.rapaport at gmail.com> wrote:
> > -What is the defining characteristic that makes a weapon Great? What
> > -happens when that same characteristic is applied to a non-weapon?
> It seems to have something to do with an intelligence that goes beyond
> the dim sentience of Morganti weapons. At least, it seems that people
> recognize e.g. Blackwand as a great weapon not because it's as famous
> as Godslayer, but rather because of something about its aura.
> Apparently they just *know*.
> Max
> --
> Be pretty if you are,
> Be witty if you can,
> But be cheerful if it kills you.