The Great Pendragon
The Blade of Chalke
Sir Xtianus carried the blade, the traditional Roman Equates Sword of his family. It is old, and has seen many battles. But even now the quality still shines through.
Its whereabouts are unknown for many years, but in 496AD Saexwulf Fenrisget wielded it in a duel to the death with Sir Saravinus Arilius after the he was foolish enough to boast of killing the Saxon Champions brother.