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Corshar was indeed an excellent warrior, yet he did not possess the outstanding qualities required to grasp the sword's hilt. Rather, it was because after two hundred years in confinement, the sword longed for a holder and an enemy, regardless of their identities. Despite its divine nature, it was a weapon like any other. The sword had chosen Corshar for he was weak of mind and easily deceived into slaying the innocent.
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