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Ashkandi has +86 AP, which translates to 86/14=6.1 DPS. This isn't a slightly different model, it's a completey different model. https://wow.gamepedia.com/Ashkandi,_Greatsword_of_the_Brotherhood?oldid=5620040, "The initials A.L.
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Lothar was the Regent Lord of Azeroth and Champion of King Llane, but was killed by Orgrim Doomhammer during the closing battles in the Second War. Concept art for Ashkandi for the The Burning Crusade cinematic.
The additional stats (33 STA, 86 AP) also are of great help to warriors.
Please keep the following in mind when posting a comment: Your comment must be in English or it will be removed. Ashkandi, Greatsword of the Brotherhood is a massive two-handed sword that has a hilt resembling the intertwined necks and heads of two red dragons.
are etched on the hilt. Titan's grip? The weapon’s wicked, impossibly sharp blade only hints at the massive power contained within..
 It is of epic quality and drops from Nefarian in Blackwing Lair. It looks much better. So yes, clearly this was a mistake and the item was never supposed to drop in the first place - Vanilla was a chaotic and messy time for itemization, drop rates etc, nothing was set in stone yet and the developers were playing around with … https://wowwiki.fandom.com/wiki/Ashkandi,_Greatsword_of_the_Brotherhood?oldid=2848651, "The initials A.L. This sword is now found in the possession of Nefarian in Blackwing Lair, presumably due to his father Neltharion's involvement in the ending of the Second War. It is made of thorium.. ", It is believed that this sword once belong to, This sword is now found in the possession of, The theory that the blade belonged to Anduin Lothar is possibly further supported by one of the reward cards from. Some speculate that Quel'Zaram and Ashkandi are two names for the same sword, but in the RPG they are two separate weapons. Warrior - The top-end damage on Ashkandi makes it a very powerful Mortal Strike weapon. However, the hilt is described as resembling the neck and heads of "red dragons", not black. The Wowhead Client is a little application we use to keep our database up to date, and to provide you with some nifty extra functionality on the website!
This weapon has been replaced by many Burning Crusade weapons, but as of patch 1.11, this was the third highest DPS sword in the game, along with [Claymore of Unholy Might], being beaten slightly by [Kalimdor's Revenge], a drop from the Temple of Ahn'Qiraj, and [Corrupted Ashbringer].
It's rumored to have belonged to Sir Anduin Lothar.
A @#$%ing donkey could dw these. Ashkandi, Greatsword of the Brotherhood is an epic two-handed sword that drops from Nefarian in Blackwing Lair, at about a 7% rate.
Why Nefarian would transform the sword into something bearing his enemies' appearance makes little sense - unless it's a trophy.
However even with a 13% drop rate off of Nefarian you would have a better chance if you can raid and down this boss even once than farming for endless hours.
Screenshots containing UI elements are generally declined on sight, the same goes for screenshots from the modelviewer or character selection screen. An orc similar to the one from The Burning Crusade cinematic in a Mountain Dew commercial wielding Ashkandi. You can also use it to keep track of your completed quests, recipes, mounts, companion pets, and titles!