The hilt of the Iceberg sword in Bloodbane is often compared to that of the famous Captain Hook’s famous “Big Whitton.” Just like in the Disney film, the hilt of the Iceberg Warband Hileleri can be raised or lowered to make it easier to use. A notable difference between the two is that, in the film, the sword only appears to move slightly upwards when Captain Hook pulls his sword down on his potential bride, leading her to flee the castle in shame. In the book, however, the sword glows a bright red when raised, giving away the fact that the hilt is simply glowing for aesthetic effect, rather than any functional or magical benefits.
The hilt of the Iceberg Sword in Bloodbane is made of forged metal, similar to that which forms the majority of the weapon’s blade. The hilt also contains grooves and channels along its length to help spread the weight evenly throughout the entire blade. It has been made this way to allow for the sword to be stored more efficiently, making it one of the more popular models of mount and blade warband helmets. While the metal used to construct the hilt of the Iceberg is unknown, it is assumed that it is similar to that which forms the bulk of the blade.
While the hilt does appear to have many pockets and lines along its length, many of these appear to be missing in the movie version of the Iceberg Sword. In the book, it is clear that the hilt is intended to be used as a form of defense, as opposed to an offensive or utility function. This includes the fact that the hilt is held relatively close to the user’s chin, rather than being held high off of the ground. For this reason, it is clear that the design of the Iceberg Sword hilt was geared towards ensuring that it could be used as either a defensive or offensive tool.
When it comes to offense, the Iceberg Sword makes use of a large double-edged blade. Because of its positioning, this allows it to slice through multiple opponents at a time thanks to its great speed. However, the Iceberg Sword is most effective when it is used in close combat. Its ability to slice through multiple opponents enables it to be very effective when fighting on the offensive. A single flaw in the design, such as the lack of any butt plate allows it to be caught by opponents who use close range attacks and cut them.
While the Iceberg Sword makes a great sword, it has a few drawbacks that make it less popular than some of the other mount and blade warband hileleri weapons available. First, its double edge blade means that it can only be used in two ways, both offensive and defensive. Second, it is held rather close to the user’s chin, limiting how far it can be moved in an attack. Third, its large size and unwieldiness mean that it cannot be used for extended fights due to its weight. Despite these drawbacks, however, the Iceberg Sword is still one of the more commonly used swords in Warhammer Online.
The Iceberg Sword, unlike most other mount and blade weapons, has a unique play style that is very difficult to execute. When not in use, the Iceberg Sword is kept within its sheath. Doing so will allow it to remain balanced and in a fixed position. The Iceberg Sword is essentially a long, curved sword that is held in one hand. Although the weapon is primarily used as a weapon of combat, it has many cosmetic uses as well. For example, when sheathed, it doubles as a pommel on a sword.
The hilt of the Iceberg Sword can also be used as a shield. This allows the wielder to deflect enemy blows without taking damage. Two hilts are recommended for use with the Iceberg Sword in a duel. A right-handed player must use the left-hand side of his blade while the left uses the right side of his blade for block purposes. Using two hilts makes the Iceberg Sword even more versatile because it can be used for both offense and defense.
The Iceberg Sword is available in different parts of Warhammer Online. Only a select few models of the Iceberg Sword can be obtained through normal means and the player must make an effort to obtain the blade. It can be purchased from merchants that sell items at the auction grounds or from rare drop items. The rarest of the Iceberg Swords are sold at the Blacksmith. Players must have a good combination of professions to guarantee a chance at getting a hold of a premium Iceberg Sword.