Weapon:Skinning knife with an intricate scene painted on the hilt

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skinning knife with an intricate scene painted on the hilt
Look: A black substance stains the length of the pure silver blade, leaving the prized metal with a dark discoloration in many sections. Delicate detail can be seen in the image painted on the smooth palmwood, the rich henna inks keeping their luster despite the frequent use. A robed Rakash priest is depicted wielding this blade against a horde of undead, the scene wrapping the hilt and spanning across both sides.
Type: Light Edged
Puncture: Unknown
Slice: Unknown
Impact: Unknown
Force of Impact: Unknown
Balance: Unknown
Suitedness: Unknown
Construction: (??
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Metal: Unknown
Weight: Unknown
Appraised Cost: Unknown
Special Properties:
  • This weapon is styled or has special functions for Rakash.
  • This weapon is styled or has special functions for Clerics.
Dimensions: ? length x ? width x ? height
Sources: Source is Rakash Moot 396