As its simple name suggests, the Copper Sword was forged from copper, a metal that belied its durability. By 48 BCE, it had aged enough that a patina of verdigris had formed on the blade, yet its edges supposedly remained as keen as they were when it was newly forged. This blade in question was broad and widened further slightly as it moved upward until it reached the tip, where it then tapered to form a point. With the patina coating the blade, the sword may have appeared rather crude, but its original elegance was reflected by its untarnished, richly fashioned wooden hilt.
|Rarity||Quality (Max Level 55)||Damage (Max Level 55)||Attributes||Availability|
|Rare||115||519||Critical Hit Rate II
Combo Multiplier I
|While the beauty of this sword is masked by a patina of verdegris, it's as sharp as the day it was forged.|