While that sword in and of itself is awesome... When I first saw it I thought it had a wooden piece in the center of the shaft. And I couldn't stop thinking about That idea. How would it look after a battle or two? The wood chipped, splintered, charred? And now I can't stop thinking about That concept and how kickass (albeit pointless) it would be for a sword to have a replaceable wooden center of the shaft. Possibly needed for specific runes or glyphs that require a touch of nature to work? Rambling. Good sword design!
Wait, Is this series supposed to be named "The Shadow of Heresy?" Not to be persnickety or anything, but the name seems strange to me. Other than that, I love the weapons in this series. Keep up the great work!