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==Desirability==
 
==Desirability==
The '''glaive of Prune'''<ref>{{source ref|0.23.0|art-data.txt|199}}</ref> is a straightforward enough [[artefact]]: a +12 glaive of chopping.  The "prune curse" on this weapon has no actual in-game effect, other than making [[Zin]] hate it. Most characters who happen to use [[polearms]] can benefit from it for most of the game; a +12 glaive of chopping is a perfectly sufficient weapon to win the game with. Although a [[bardiche]] may require too much skill to be used effectively.
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The '''glaive of Prune'''<ref>{{source ref|0.23.0|art-data.txt|199}}</ref> is a straightforward enough [[artefact]]: a +12 glaive of chopping.  The "prune curse"<ref>{{source ref|0.23.0|art-func.h|411}}</ref> on this weapon has no actual in-game effect, other than making [[Zin]] hate it. Most characters who happen to use [[polearms]] can benefit from it for most of the game; a +12 glaive of chopping is a perfectly sufficient weapon to win the game with. Although a [[bardiche]] may require too much skill to be used effectively.
  
 
==History==
 
==History==

Revision as of 19:54, 10 June 2019

Version 0.23: This article is up to date for the latest stable release of Dungeon Crawl Stone Soup.
A purple glaive that was created by a mad god, and carries a curse which transforms anyone wielding it into a prune. Fortunately, the curse works very slowly, and one can use it briefly with no consequences worse than slightly purple skin and a few wrinkles.

Glaive of prune.png the glaive of Prune

+12 glaive

Vorpal brand
Chaotic

Desirability

The glaive of Prune[1] is a straightforward enough artefact: a +12 glaive of chopping. The "prune curse"[2] on this weapon has no actual in-game effect, other than making Zin hate it. Most characters who happen to use polearms can benefit from it for most of the game; a +12 glaive of chopping is a perfectly sufficient weapon to win the game with. Although a bardiche may require too much skill to be used effectively.

History

Prior to 0.15, the glaive of Prune had a +4,+12 enchantment.

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