Made of Cymic’s previous sword, melted and recast with a new and stronger alloy, Luckeater is reborn more splendid than ever before.
The sword is adorned with various symbols, with a large emerald pommel at the base of the hilt. The blade is decorated with symbols of gambling, and forged of excellent polished steel, with two narrow fullers along its 90cm length, in a Norman configuration. The hilt curves bladewards, and is of similar fine steel, polished to a shining mirror-like finish. The steel has had some amount of gold included in the forging, and has a faint yellow tint in the right light. The guard has been milled and chiseled to an extremely fine level of detail, depicting the words “Nothing Ventured, Nothing Gained”. Along the length of the blade are the symbols of the four suits of cards.
The grip is of sturdy antler core, wrapped in purple-dyed leather. It diffuses shock effectively, and the grip is unyielding against slipping.
The sword has a pommel of a large and many-faceted emerald held in place by a lattice of silver and gold filigree. The overall shape of the emerald is reminiscent of a 20-sided die, and it’s probably coincidence that the bottom of it has gold wire in the shape of a “20”.