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The Sword of Damokles was one of the Swords of Eden.
Created by the Isu scientist Hephaistos during the War of Unification, the Sword of Damokles and other Pieces of Eden like it seemed to grant their bearers great power and leadership, and were later used by influential humans in battle. 
By the late 5th century BCE, the artifact had come into the possession of the Cult of Kosmos, a precursor group of the Templar Order. The Cult granted the weapon to their champion Deimos, the grandson of King Leonidas of Sparta, as his direct descent from the Isu allowed him to utilize more of the artifact's potential. After Deimos' defeat at the hands of his sister Kassandra, she claimed the artifact.
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+% Adrenaline per CRIT
+10% to All Adrenaline Gained
- As the Peloponnesian War predates the eponymous Damokles by almost a century, the sword possibly went by another name at that time.
- The Ancient Forge on the Greek island of Andros contained a mold which Kassandra thought to have been used to create the sword.