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  • Warblade
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  • Warblade is an enchanted two handed sword +4, but it inflicts 1d12 +4 points of damage instead of 1d10 +4. It has a -4 THAC0, a speed factor of 4 and it weighs 11 lbs. This item appears in Baldur's Gate II: Shadows of Amn and Baldur's Gate II: Enhanced Edition. It can be bought in Ribald Barterman's special stock in chapter 6 in the Adventurer's Mart.
  • The Warblade is a magical Elfblade sword, also known as the Noble Warrior's Blade, or Ary'Velahr'Kerym in the tongue of the elves.
  • A warblade is a finely balanced sword that widens and curves near the tip.
  • Warblade is a superhero with Kherubim ancestry who has the ability to shape-shift his hands because they are made of liquid metal. He was the second-to-last member of the Wildcats to be recruited.
  • Warblade is a superhero in the WildStorm Universe (and previously the Image Universe) and was a member of the WildC.A.T.s
  • Warblade is a super-hero and member of the Wildcats in the Wildstorm Universe. In his civilian identity he is Reno Bryce, a green-haired freelance artist whose parents were killed by Daemonites. Lord Emp discovered him and revealed Bryce had half-Kherubim heritage, inviting him to join their team. His heritage gives him the ability to reshape his molecular structure, turning any part of his body into steel at will. During The New 52 he was merged into the DC Universe, where he was rebooted as leader of the Ravagers. Warblade was created by Jim Lee and Brandon Choi, first appearing in the Image Comics publication WildC.A.T.s #1. (1992)
  • The Warblade is a Terran cybernetic infantry unit specializing in close quarters combat. Privately developed by Core World research companies, these suits are intended for more rich families with heavy emphasis in tradition. Inspired by Protoss Dragoons, these cybernetic suits house either veteran fighters or high level bodyguards for the wealthy. Also inspired by history records from the original terran homeworld, the Warblade resembles a cross between a robotic knight and samurai (Marvel - The Wolverine: Silver Samurai; Power Stone: Ryoma; XCOM - Enemy Within: MEC). Special abilities:
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Strength
  • 14
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  • Weapons
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  • File:Warblade_item_icon_BG2.png
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  • SW2H09
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Damage Type
  • Slashing
item value
  • 17500
Hands
  • 2
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Range
  • 2
Eyes
  • blue
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Affiliation
Hair
  • green
Name
  • Warblade
Type
  • wowhead
Abilities
lore to identify
  • 55
Weight
  • 11
Link
Appears In
  • Baldur's Gate II and Baldur's Gate II: EE
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Base
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  • Human
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  • #efefef
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Universe
Damage
  • 1
thaco
  • -4
speed factor
  • 6
proficiency type
  • Two handed sword
combat type
  • Melee
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  • Warblade is an enchanted two handed sword +4, but it inflicts 1d12 +4 points of damage instead of 1d10 +4. It has a -4 THAC0, a speed factor of 4 and it weighs 11 lbs. This item appears in Baldur's Gate II: Shadows of Amn and Baldur's Gate II: Enhanced Edition. It can be bought in Ribald Barterman's special stock in chapter 6 in the Adventurer's Mart.
  • The Warblade is a magical Elfblade sword, also known as the Noble Warrior's Blade, or Ary'Velahr'Kerym in the tongue of the elves.
  • A warblade is a finely balanced sword that widens and curves near the tip.
  • Warblade is a superhero with Kherubim ancestry who has the ability to shape-shift his hands because they are made of liquid metal. He was the second-to-last member of the Wildcats to be recruited.
  • Warblade is a superhero in the WildStorm Universe (and previously the Image Universe) and was a member of the WildC.A.T.s
  • The Warblade is a Terran cybernetic infantry unit specializing in close quarters combat. Privately developed by Core World research companies, these suits are intended for more rich families with heavy emphasis in tradition. Inspired by Protoss Dragoons, these cybernetic suits house either veteran fighters or high level bodyguards for the wealthy. Also inspired by history records from the original terran homeworld, the Warblade resembles a cross between a robotic knight and samurai (Marvel - The Wolverine: Silver Samurai; Power Stone: Ryoma; XCOM - Enemy Within: MEC). Its main armament usually consists of multiple swords made for different tasks. The two most used are the Mag Sword and Fusion Saber both of which stored on the left hip. The Mag Sword is a katana-like weapon that creates a electromagnetic force field on top of the blade edge. This allows Warblades to cut through both shielded and armored enemies with ease. The Fusion Saber is more useful for taking down hoards of biological attackers like the zerg. This is largely due to its thermal edge causing heavy burns should the first cut not end the fight. In some cases, Warblades can dual wield both swords to clear battlefields with mixed threats. For opponents that cannot be taken down by the previous swords, the Warblade resorts to its third and most powerful weapon: the Vorpal Blade. This Claymore-like sword is stored on the back of the armor as it is too big to be stored on the side. Similar to the previous swords, the Vorpal Blade uses both a solid blade and an energy field on the edge to increase cutting and piercing power (Gundam Seed - Destiny: ZGMF-X42S Destiny). Using Protoss technology, an additional trait of this sword is an Energy Wave attack to obliterate anything in its path. Even a faraway Battlecruiser can be heavily damaged by the wave if significantly charged enough (Transformers - Prime: Star Saber). If set against superior numbers, the Warblade can preform a spinning attack to slay anything foolish enough to get in range (Warcraft III: Blademaster; Legend of Zelda: Spin Attack). As an added bonus, each sword is made of secreat experimental alloys capable of deflecting practically any ranged weapon barring explosives (Star Wars: Form III/ Soresu). Other auxiliary equipment include jet boosters and a miniaturized warp engine that allows for short jumps to increase the suit's mobility and speed. This is helpful for closing gaps between opponents that prefer fighting at long distances. Another thing protecting Warblades besides its swords and armor is the Rotor Glaive. This Ring-like device projects three energy blades that rotate to act as both and offensive and defensive shield from explosives and acid (Beast Wars: Dinobot; Yu-Gi-Oh: Ring of Defense; Star Wars - Rebels: Double-bladed spinning lightsaber). Though one of the most expensive types of exosuits developed by the Terrans, Warblades are one of the few infantry units that can both slaughter swarms of zerg and fight elite protoss warriors on equal terms. Rumor has it some mysterious corporation that developed the Warblade Exoskeletons also researched Time manipulation technology in the case of losing the next Koprulu Sector war (Cartoon Network: Samurai Jack). Special abilities: * Bladestorm - causes a bladestorm of destructive force around the Warblade, rendering it immune to attacks and deals 250 damage to nearby ground units. Has +50% chance of deflecting ranged attacks back to source * Rotor Glaive - unit deploys a deflective ring device that blocks all explosive splash damage and spell effects like psionic storm at a cost of -30% speed * Quantum leap (autocast) - unit can move around any elevation an make random jumps * Vorpal Wave - fires off a powerful wave that deals +100,000 damage to target area * Weapons refit: * Mag Sword (standard) - ignores shields and armor while dealing +300 damage to heavy units * Fusion Saber (standard) - deals +300 damage to biological and light units while preventing health regeneration * Unholy Mackerel - deals normal damage and reveals cloaked and burrowed units with smell * Plasma Butter Knife - deals 10 damage and allows Warblade to enter Aiur Chef * Duck Leak Blade - damages or heals target by +1,000,000 HP at random * Time Portal - Warblade travels back to the beginning of battle fully healed and recharged
  • Warblade is a super-hero and member of the Wildcats in the Wildstorm Universe. In his civilian identity he is Reno Bryce, a green-haired freelance artist whose parents were killed by Daemonites. Lord Emp discovered him and revealed Bryce had half-Kherubim heritage, inviting him to join their team. His heritage gives him the ability to reshape his molecular structure, turning any part of his body into steel at will. During The New 52 he was merged into the DC Universe, where he was rebooted as leader of the Ravagers. Warblade was created by Jim Lee and Brandon Choi, first appearing in the Image Comics publication WildC.A.T.s #1. (1992)
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