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In order form left to right:
"Leviathan"- "Sea Demon" A powerful spear made by Kimblee himself. He used the fang of the creature the spear was named from.

Just before the Arch Saints were given that title, they went out to defeat a sea demon that was terrorizing the seas near Sicily. Kimblee, being the only aquatic B-EVO of the pack, had to contend withe the "Mouth of Hell" by him self. The crocodile champion fought long and hard, 3 days, before he could strike the final blow. His 15 foot crocodile frame was nothing compared to the 40 foot build of the mighty Leviathan. As the body was dragged from the water, Kimblee, back in his human form, yanked a fang form the beast's mouth. Claiming his prize, he set to work on a weapon. he built his spear, and once he set the fang in it's place, the spear gained supernatural powers, placing it in the Guild's records as a Myth; as well as it's origin.

Kimblee's Myth: Leviathan (sea demon).
Length: 6'5"
Weight: 17 lbs
Power: When Kimblee is in Human form, creates a monstrous leviathan of aer, striking down numerous opponents. When Kimblee is in crocodile form, the Leviathan transforms Kimblee into a SuperCroc, nearly tripling his length and making him five times more powerful, if only for a short time. he's trained his body and pushed the limit; he can hold the SuperCroc form for one hour.

Solomon Seal- A powerful ring possed by King Solomon himself. Though stories tell of him commanding demons or talking to animals, the truth is that it was used to imprison demons.

Once possessed by King Solomon, it is claimed that the demon Sakhr deceived one of Solomon's wives into giving him the ring. Sakhr then ruled in his stead for forty days (or years, in some versions) while Solomon wandered the country in poverty. However eventually Sakhr threw the ring into the sea, where it was swallowed by a fish, caught by a fisherman, and served to Solomon. As punishment Sakhr was made to build a great mosque for Solomon.

It is aid that the demon still wanders the Earth. Vincenzu searches for him everyday.

Vincenzu's Myth: Solomon Seal
Length: 1 inch
Weight: 4oz.
Power: Creates powerful aer 'seals'. 5 seals in all.

Caladabolg- "hard lightning/hard blade"

The sword of Fergus mac Róich from the Ulster Cycle of Irish mythology. It was said to be a two-handed sword that made a circle like an arc of rainbow when swung, and to have the power to slice the tops off hills and take out an entire host. During the Táin Bó Cuailnge, Ailill mac Máta takes Caladbolg away from Fergus mac Róich when he discovers Fergus' affair with his wife Medb. He gives it back when the Ulstermen rally against his armies. Fergus wreaks havoc against Ulster's forces with his blade, but Conall Cernach convinces him not to kill Conchobar mac Nessa. Fergus strikes the Three Great Strokes on three small hills instead, blasting off their tops.

Runald's Myth: Caladabolg (Hard Blade).
Length: 4'7"
Weight: 13 lbs
Power: Bend Light, slice off the tops of mountains, and take out armies.

Amennonuhoko-Heavenly jeweled spear

The name was given to the naginata in Japanese mythology used to raise the primordial land-mass, Onōgoro-shima, from the sea. According to the Kojiki, the gods Izanagi and Izanami were responsible for creating the first land. To help them do this, they were given a naginata decorated with jewels, named Ame-no-nuboko. The two deities then went to the bridge between heaven and earth, Ame-no-ukihashi ("floating bridge of heaven"), and churned the sea below with the naginata. When drops of salty water fell from the tip, they formed into the first island, Onōgoro-shima. Izanagi and Izanami then descended from the bridge of heaven and made their home on the island.

Tomohiro's Myth: Amenonuhoko.
Length: 7'4"
Weight: 16.5 lbs lbs
Power: Creates land mass with a swing of the blade, can destroy the land mass with another swing of the blade. create earthquakes, fissures, and faults.

info from wikipeda
Myth Loki
Windigo Clear Card Art - Classic Mythology II
Arch Saints Myths
Mythology 101: Human Beings
MYth: My Seasons p. 00