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Comparison picture of the Charr Axe and Canthan Crude Axe
This is a comparison of the Charr Axe and Canthan Crude Axe. The screenshots from which these were cropped were all taken on the the Isle of the Nameless just after the bridge before the Master of Blocking, facing to the sea. Both axes were held in an identical position and taken at the same zoom, and each picture cropped from the same lengthwise place behind the leg - so essentially each is from the exact same point of view.
- As can be seen, the Canthan Crude Axe is a lot smaller than the Charr Axe and has a slightly different shape.
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|15:01, October 30, 2007||779 × 256 (40 KB)||Jennalee||Forgot to label them <_<|
|14:47, October 30, 2007||779 × 256 (38 KB)||Jennalee||A comparison picture of the Charr and Canthan Crude axes|