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    Origin

    Frostmourne and the Helm of Domination were crafted at the Runecarver's Oubliette in Torghast by the Runecarver, who was forced against his will to do so by the Jailer. The Jailer intended to use the blade and the Helm to establish his influence on Azeroth, thereby allowing him to claim his "final prize", a secret that the First Ones sought to hide. As a mourneblade adorned with the runes of Domination, Frostmourne contains the power of the Maw. Both Frostmourne and the Helm were somehow obta...

    Third War

    Ner'zhul was not content with being a pawn for the Burning Legion, however, and began working on a plan for escape. The first stage of his plan was set in motion when he used his powers to push Frostmourne through the ice and out of the Frozen Throne. It was sent to a cave to await one who would claim it and become the Lich King's agent. Ner'zhul found his agent in Arthas Menethil, the young prince of Lordaeron who had come to Northrend in a quest to end the plague. When Arthas and his men ar...

    Legion

    In World of Warcraft: Legion, a frost death knight can gather the shards of Frostmourne and reforge them into two powerful new runeblades - Icebringer and Frostreaper, the Blades of the Fallen Prince, but not until they vanquish the lingering remnants of Arthas Menethil and Ner'zhulwithin.

    Frostmourne has the ability to drain life from its victims — and to drain the soul of anyone whom it connects to. The Lich King is capable of seeing through the eyes and hearing through the ears of anyone who wields Frostmourne; this ability cannot be stopped by any mortal means. The Lich King can communicate with the wielder at will telepathically, on any plane and at any distance. The Lich King uses this ability to try and corrupt the wielder over time. This has several effects. An individual who wields Frostmourne will not part with it willingly. Over time the person will go from good to neutral and finally to evil. A non-undead evil wielder will then become undead. Finally the sword is able to suck the being's soul into the sword. Frostmourne then retains the memories and skills of its victim. In fact, as long as the wielder's original body remains within one mile of Frostmourne, the sword maintains control of the body, and he may not be completely aware that his consciousness h...

    Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos

    In Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos, Frostmourne increased Arthas' base damage by 22 points and allowed him to deal chaos damage, which was fully effective against all types of armor (including that of buildings and divine beings). For balance reasons, this effect was only applied during the Frostmourne mission and not during the Path of the Damned or Legacy of the Damnedcampaigns.

    Warcraft: The Roleplaying Game

    In Manual of Monsters, Frostmourne is an artifact-level bastard sword with the following abilities: an increased chance to hit (+5), increased damage (+5), an increased chance of scoring a critical hit (keen), an increased attack speed (haste), the ability to strike incorporeal creatures as though they were fully corporeal (ghost touch), the ability to cause bleeding wounds and reduce the victim's stamina (wounding), bonus damage against good-aligned beings (unholy), bonus damage against livi...

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    In the Icecrown Citadelraid deck, Frostmourne has a "Harvest Soul" ability. When it deals fatal damage to an opposing ally, its attack power increases by 1 and it deals 2 frost damage to each opposing hero. In the Reign of Fireset, when one of your own allies is destroyed, Frostmourne's attack power increases by 1 and your hero recovers 3 points of health. When your hero is at full health and damages an opposing hero, Frostmourne allows you to bring one of your dead allies back into play.

    The following notable characters were slain by Frostmourne and/or lost their souls to it. According to King Terenas Menethil II's spirit, there were thousands of souls contained within the blade. Countless souls were freed from the broken blade, but others were not so fortunate. 1. Captain Falric (killed in Northrend, Arthas: Rise of the Lich King; resurrected as a death knight) 2. Captain Marwyn (killed in Northrend, Arthas: Rise of the Lich King; resurrected as a death knight) 3. King Terenas Menethil II (killed in the Imperial chamber of Capital City, Warcraft III) 4. Gavinrad the Dire (killed near Andorhal, Warcraft III) 5. Sage Truthbearer (killed near Andorhal, Warcraft III) 6. Ballador the Bright (killed near Andorhal, Warcraft III) 7. Uther the Lightbringer (killed near Andorhal, Warcraft III) 8. Sylvanas Windrunner (killed in Quel'Thalas, Warcraft III; resurrected as a banshee) 9. King Anasterian Sunstrider (killed on the Isle of Quel'Danas, Arthas: Rise of the Lich King) 1...

    It was originally stated Frostmourne was forged by the Lich King. Later it was stated both it and the Helm of Domination were made by the nathrezim of the Burning Legion. When they crafted Frostmou...
    The original runes on Frostmourne in Warcraft IIIwere simply borrowed from the Eltarin language belonging to the high elves in the Warhammer universe.
    An in-game Frostmourne item appears in the game World of Warcraftfiles, but has never been available to players.
    Blizzard partnered with EPIC Weapons to create a limited edition replica of Frostmourne.
  1. Frostmourne | WoWWiki | Fandom

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    Origin

    1. See also: Frostmourne origin retcon. When Ner'zhul was transformed into the Lich King by Kil'jaeden, his disembodied spirit was shackled to a magical suit of armor as well as the runeblade, Frostmourne. Trapped within an icy tomb called the Frozen Throne, both the armor and the blade were crafted by the Nathrezimfor the purpose of containing and controlling the Lich King.

    Ner'zhul's Plan to Escape

    Ner'zhul was not content with being a pawn for the Burning Legion, and began working on a plan for escape. The first stage of his plan was set in motion when he used his powers to push Frostmourne through the ice and out of the Frozen Throne, plunging it into the snows of Northrend to await one who would claim it and become the Lich King's agent. Ner'zhul found his agent in Arthas Menethil, the young prince of Lordaeron who had come to Northrend in a quest to end the plague. Muradin Bronzebea...

    In the Hands of Arthas

    With the sword in hand, Arthas returned to his base and staged a counterattack against Mal'Ganis, quickly destroying the dreadlord's base. Mal'Ganis confronted Arthas, telling him that Ner'zhul had known he would take the cursed sword, and that it had now stolen Arthas's soul. He spoke as if he believed Arthas was now on his side, but to his surprise Arthas used the runeblade to slay the dreadlord on the Lich King's command. With his soul forfeited to the Lich King, Arthas ran off into the fr...

    This section concerns content exclusive to the Warcraft RPG, and thus unlikely to be canon. Frostmourne has the ability to drain life from its victims — and to drain the soul of anyone whom it connects to. The Lich King is capable of seeing through the eyes and hearing through the ears of anyone who wields Frostmourne; this ability cannot be stopped by any mortal means. The Lich King can communicate with the wielder at will telepathically, on any plane and at any distance. The Lich King uses this ability to try and corrupt the wielder over time. This has several effects. An individual who wields Frostmourne will not part with it willingly. Over time the person will go from good to neutral and finally to evil. A non-undead evil wielder will then become undead. Finally the sword is able to suck the being's soul into the sword. Frostmourne then retains the memories and skills of its victim. In fact, as long as the wielder's original body remains within one mile of Frostmourne, the swor...

    In Warcraft III

    This section concerns content exclusive to Warcraft III. In Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos, Frostmourne increased Arthas' base damage by 22 points and allowed him to deal chaos damage, which was fully effective against all types of armor (including that of buildings and divine beings). For balance reasons, this effect was only applied during the Frostmourne mission and not during the Path of the Damned or Legacy of the Damnedcampaigns.

    In Warcraft RPG

    This section concerns content exclusive to the Warcraft RPG, and thus unlikely to be canon. In Manual of Monsters, Frostmourne is an artifact-level bastard sword with the following abilities: an increased chance to hit, increased damage, an increased chance of scoring a critical hit, an increased attack speed, the ability to strike incorporeal creatures as though they were fully corporeal, the ability to cause bleeding wounds and reduce the victim's stamina, bonus damage against good-aligned...

    In Arthas: Rise of the Lich King

    This section concerns content exclusive to the Warcraft novels or short stories. In Arthas: Rise of the Lich King, Arthas is able to wield the runeblade almost effortlessly, despite its size and weight. It slices through most opponents with minimal resistance, and shatters most weapons it comes in contact with, including the elven runeblade Felo'melorn. Those slain by Frostmourne have their souls drawn into the weapon.

    Theoretical stats for Frostmourne as a World of Warcraft item were shown during the Lore Panel at BlizzCon 2007, likely as a joke. The quote on the item tooltip, "Hail to the King, Baby!", is a phrase popularized by Bruce Campbell's Ash at the end of Army of Darkness. The developers said they were "still working the fine details" and that the Equip effect was "shot down by various powers-that-be" (illustrating the potential problem with a screenshot of the new Lich King, Private Ownusohard). However, they closed with "we'll get something to you guys, we promise." During a Class Panel Discussion at BlizzCon 2009, Blizzard developers revealed that the "something" in Icecrown Citadel was a new legendary axe, [Shadowmourne].

    The following characters were slain by Frostmourne or otherwise lost their souls to it. With the possible exceptions of those brought back as undead creatures, it is presumed that their souls remained trapped in the sword until its destruction. 1. King Anasterian Sunstrider (killed on the Isle of Quel'Danas, Arthas: Rise of the Lich King) 2. Antonidas (killed in Dalaran, Warcraft III) 3. Arthas Menethil (Warcraft III; first soul claimed) 4. Baelgun Flamebeard 5. Conjurus Rex (killed in Dalaran, Warcraft III) 6. Dar'Khan Drathir (killed on the Isle of Quel'Danas, Arthas: Rise of the Lich King; resurrected later) 7. Overlord Drakuru (killed atop Voltarus, Wrath of the Lich King) 8. Dranosh Saurfang (killed in Northrend, Wrath of the Lich King; resurrected later) 9. Captain Falric (killed in Northrend, Arthas: Rise of the Lich King; resurrected later) 10. Gavinrad the Dire (killed near Andorhal, Warcraft III) 11. Genjuros (killed in Alterac Mountains, Warcraft III) 12. Halahk the Lifeb...

    Frostmourne is clearly inspired by the sword Stormbringer wielded by Elric of Melniboné in the fantasy series of books by Michael Moorcock. Stormbringer is a black blade covered with runes that ste...
    Frostmourne could, conceivably, have been inspired by Excalibur, the sword of legendary King Arthur. Both swords grant power to their respective wielders (whether it be political or magical), both...
    A hidden cave can be found in the action game X-Men Origins: Wolverine. Inside the cave, Wolverine finds a skeleton with a yellow exclamation point () above his head, like a WoW questgiver, and a s...
    In Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rockboth Arthas (as the Lich King) and Frostmourne (his guitar) are unlockable after earning 1600 stars and reaching level 71.
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  4. Frostmourne - Item - World of Warcraft

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    Equip: Turns the wielder of Frostmourne into a mercilness killing machine. The aforementioned wielder is obliged to show mercy every time his greatest enemies dispatch one of his generals. Promises that the heroes will serve him forever anyway, ...

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    The Frostmourne will find its way back to its real wielder, or the real wielder will find the way to Frostmourne, so doubt you wanna steal it !^^ and btw, its pretty heavy and it can kill you pretty quick (sarcasm) !

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