The sword blade, cross guard, and handle are all forged from a single piece of metal, making the sword very sturdy and durable. The blade is slim and solid, with a wide blood groove and a keen edge. The cross gaurd is a simple square horizontal bar with the tips beveled to a rough point. The handle is a thick walled pipe sections wrapped in large twisted wire for a tight grip. The wire has been heated and beaten onto the handle to weld it together, so it will never slip off.
The pommel is a large and wide hexagon and can be twisted to slide off. When pulled, it reveals that the pommel is attatched to a 15 inch metal rod, and can be used as a hammer or club. The space inside the the handle is and extra dimesional space. To retrieve soemthing from the space, the user reaches into the space just like a bag of holding, but thier arm is shrunk to fit inside the handle. Objects drawn from the space return to normal as they are drawn out.
These blades can be driven into wood or the cracks and crevasies in stone and will support the weight of an average adventure and some gear. Most blades are found with some rope and nails and other common gear inside.
Hollow handle can hold up to 3 cubic feet of gear. Opening has a shrink effect on things placed against it to allow objects up to 10 inches across to be placed into the handle. Objects stored do not change the sword’s weight.