How to Obtain
|Auction House Category: Weapons > Axes (||)|
|Skull of Wrath (NM)||60||Eldieme Necropolis|
Wrath (or anger) is one of the "Seven Deadly Sins" which lead to damnation according to some Christian beliefs. The other sins include lust, greed, envy, gluttony, pride and sloth. This accounts to the seven Skull NM's in the Eldieme Necropolis. Wrath is the sin of fury, often marked with a desire for vengeance, punishment, or destruction often wreaked by someone in anger. The punishment for this sin is being dismembered alive. The demon that represents wrath is Satan himself.
A Tabar (more commonly called a tabar zin or tabar-i-zin (sometimes translated "saddle-hatchet") is the traditional battle axe of Persia and Iran. It bears one or two crescent-shaped blades. The long form of the tabar was about seven feet long, while a shorter version was about three feet long. What made the Persian axe unique is the very thin handle, which is very light and always metallic. The tabar is sometimes carried as a symbolic weapon by wandering dervishes (Muslim ascetic worshipers)."Tabar" means axe, and "zin" has to do with hanging from a horse. Some sources say that zin comes from "zar", the ancient word for war.