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|Fairy Tale||Holy Water|
|Sword||The Chosen One|
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- Excalibur differs from story to story. Sometimes Excalibur is conflated with the Sword in the Stone, and sometimes they're completely different swords. Sometimes Excalibur bestowes supernatural battle prowess upon its user. Sometimes Excalibur can only be unshiethed by good and honorable people. Sometimes Excalibur is a cursed sword that must draw blood, either in defense of its user, or from him. Sometimes Excalibur's shieth prevents bloodloss from its user: making them nearly invincible. But, in all versions of the Arthurian legends Excalibur is a magical sword of great import.
- The illustration for Excalibur shows it embedded in an anvil like the sword in the stone, but the illustration for The Lady of the Lake card shows her holding Excalibur. These two cards depict two completely different origin stories for Excalibur. One where Arthur pulls Excalibur from the stone, and one where he's given Excalibur by the Lady of the Lake.