Awgravet ava

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While frequently mistaken as a standard ava by many non-Rakash over the years due to it being the most popular version of the weapon in modern times, an awgravet ava (Rakash for "engraved halberd") has two important differences. The first is from which the weapon gets its name -- an awgravet ava is always engraved with either religiously significant images or nature scenes. These engravings are generally only upon its blades, but versions exist where they extend to the haft as well. The second is that both the triangular blade and spear-like blade are larger and more prominent on an awgravet ava than that on a standard ava or gultne ava, nearly matching the size of its curved blade and giving the weapon a much more balanced appearance as a whole.


ItemSource isRare itemIs incomplete
Awgravet ava (1)Kifa Awrocis (obsolete)Kifa Awrocis (2)Kifa Awrocis (1)
Awgravet ava (2)
Awgravet ava (crafted)false
Awgravet ava with a bronze-inlaid haftKifa Awrocis (Siksraja)
Weapon:Awgravet ava (crafted)false