But only if it could actually kill a dragon or demons, which this one can.
Name your sword with a name corresponding to its times. Look at the meaning of names, choose the one that suits and sounds nice.
>b-but anon, isn't naming a sword with a male name kind of gay
You should have thought about it BEFORE buying a god damn sword.
>>b-but anon, isn't naming a sword with a male name kind of gay
Swords are male, firearms are female. Swords poke things, firearms eject things. I thought this was common knowledge.
He doesn't kill Grendel's mother with Naegling. He uses a huge Grendel-sized sword that was forged by giants that was sitting around in the lair of Grendel's mother to do it.
This is why it's important to properly secure your weapons, kids!
I've taken classes/practiced in the longsword for a few years. Since I took the classes with my wife, my main Penti trainer sword is appropriately named Wife Beater.
My real one I call Espada (just means sword basically). It fits since I practice in mostly the Italian style.
Hey OP! Look at this! It'll help you name your sword.
Strangely, he hasn't killed and dragons with it (yet).
Granted, he's killed bandits, soldiers, armored knights, ghosts, wolfmen, tentacle things, trolls, ogres, demons, demonic knights, possessed animals, a super sonic fairy girl, a sadistic snake man, a psuedo-angel, a river spirit, a storm cloud, the corporal manifestation of a hedonism goddess made of troll guts, and a sea god.
But no dragons.
Firearms are incredibly manly, yes, but they have things put inside them and shoot other things out as a result. They are at the same time monotonously manly and incomparably feminine. They're the perfect companion for the man who wants both a friend and a lover.