Castlevania: Dawn of SorrowEdit
Soma can obtain the Fragarach by synthesizing a Long Sword with a Great Armor soul. It can be further synthesized into either the Hrunting, with a Mollusca soul, or the Mystletain, with a Treant soul.
Like the Gram in Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow, the Fragarach is stated to be a legendary sword more powerful than any historical sword, and is the most powerful of Soma's swords that lack special attributes.
Castlevania: Harmony of DespairEdit
The Fragarach is the most powerful sword that does not have a special ability, and is only slightly more powerful than the Gram. For Alucard, this sword replaces and acts like the Luminus from Castlevania: Symphony of the Night. For Soma, it behaves as it did in Dawn of Sorrow.
|Item Data: Fragarach|
|Image||Name - Game|
|Type / Users||Attributes / Consume||Statistics / Sell||Found||Notes|
|A demonic sword in the shape of a cross|| Sword|
| Attrib: Slashing|| ATK +32|
| Buy: $18,000 Find: The Pinnacle, Yoko's Shop|
Create: Long Sword + Great Armor
| Effect: Standard lunge|
Evolve: + Treant Soul >> Mystletain; + Mollusca Soul >> Hrunting
|Demonic sword in the shape of a cross.|| Sword|
| #hands: 1|| ATK +25|
| Rarity: ***|
Find: Chapter 4 (Hard)
In Celtic mythology, Fragarach, known as "The Answerer" or "The Retaliator", was a sword forged by the gods and said to be a weapon that no armor could stop. It was originally the weapon of Manannan mac Lir, a sea god, before he passed it on to his foster son, the high king Lugh Lamfada. Lugh in turn gave it to Cúchulainn, who passed it on to Conn of the Hundred Battles.
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