The Gudbrand Blade was a double-edge, straight sword whose gleaming white blade and majestic design associated it with heroism and honor.
Highly distinct among swords of Egypt in the 1st century BCE, the Gudbrand Blade bore a sleek and glistening, wide, double-edged white blade which tapered to a sharp point. Perhaps most unique of the weapon's profile was the hilt itself. Like many swords of this era, it lacked a true crossguard, having only a golden stop that held up the blade in the fashion of a cup, but the grip was exceedingly thin. The narrow grip, painted in a vibrant shade of blue, ensured that despite the absence of a guard, the stop sufficed as one in function anyways. Completing this elaborate hilt was the golden pommel which, crescent-shaped, arced forward towards the grip. Owing to the majestic appearance of the sword, it was thought to be befitting of heroes and the most valorous of warriors.
|Rarity||Quality (Max Level 55)||Damage (Max Level 55)||Attributes||Availability|
|Common||114||519||Critical Hit Rate I||Blacksmith, Loot|
- The Gudbrand Blade is visually based on a dagger of princess Ita daughter of Amenemhat II from the Middle Kingdom period exhibited in the Egyptian Museum. However, it's depicted as being sword size in game.
- Its name appears to be a reference to the Gudbrand weapon set from For Honor, another Ubisoft game.
- The Gudbrand Blade shares the same weapon model as the Amun's Blade.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Assassin's Creed: Origins
- ↑ Bronze Dagger of Princess Ita daughter of Amenemhat II with Handle of Gold, Lapis Lazuli, Middle Kingdom- Room P4. Official Egyptian Museum Twitter account. Accessed 18 January 2018.