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Old 25th October 2017, 12:40 AM   #24
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Originally Posted by ariel

But for me this sword was important: many generations of warriors knew something about this blade, brought it back to life many times over and kept it despite its obvious flaws. They just did not want to see it die. It had some special historical value. We cannot recall it, but generations of samurai did.

And that is why I keep it, despite not collecting Nihonto.

THIS echoes my own sentiments so well. Thank for articulating so perfectly, Ariel.
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