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Carsomyr, also known as The Holy Avenger, is a powerful two-handed sword which can only be wielded by non-evil alignment paladins, this limits the use of the weapon to a paladin Gorion's Ward, Keldorn, or those with access to Use Any Item.

Carsomyr +5 Edit

Acquisition Edit

In
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COADCNTR00004  BG II: SoA
This icon stands for the Shadows of Amn campaign of classic Baldur's Gate II
(SoA)
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BGIIEESoAglow  BG II: EE: SoA
This icon stands for the Shadows of Amn campaign of Baldur's Gate II: Enhanced Edition
(SoA), it can be obtained by slaying the red dragon Firkraag in Domain of the Dragon.

DescriptionEdit

Carsomyr is a weapon of legend, perhaps one of the most powerful blades ever forged on Faerûn, though its origin and history is thought purposefully forgotten so that the sword itself shall never overshadow the importance of the struggles that must be fought today. It is infused with the very essence of virtue, and requires as much from any Paladin that would hope to wield it. The evils of the realms must truly stand aside when this weapon is brought to bear, their magic dispelled with a word, steadfastly resisted with ease. Carsomyr also harbors a special distaste for the forces of evil and chaos, and such creatures must fear additional damage from its touch in battle.

Carsomyr +6Edit

Acquisition Edit

In
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LDCNTR00004  BG II: ToB
This icon stands for the Throne of Bhaal campaign of classic Baldur's Gate II
BGIIEESoAglow
BGIIEESoAglow  BG II: EE: SoA
This icon stands for the Shadows of Amn campaign of Baldur's Gate II: Enhanced Edition
(ToB), Cespenar can upgrade Carsomyr +5 to its +6 version if the protagonist is willing to use the Eye of Tyr and spend 5000Goldpieces.

DescriptionEdit

Carsomyr is a weapon of legend, perhaps one of the most powerful blades ever forged on Faerun, though its origin and history is thought purposefully forgotten, such that the sword itself never overshadow the importance of the struggles that must be fought today. It is infused with the very essence of virtue, and requires as much from any paladin that would hope to wield it. The evils of the Realms must truly stand aside when this weapon is brought to bear, their magic dispelled with a word, steadfastly resisted with ease. Carsomyr also harbors a special distaste for the forces of evil and chaos, and such creatures must fear additional damage from its touch in battle.

Even a Holy Relic as powerful as Carsomyr is made even greater when combined with the Eye of Tyr.

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