So does the one I linked. It has the curved spiked. All I want to know was whether he meant basked hilted or claymore. Both are doubled bladed, both had broad blades.
@Solar_Claptrap There doesn’t exist any one definition of what “broadsword” is. In fact, historically it was never used as a term while any of these weapons were actively in use. Btw, yes, I am 100% sure. Wikipedia states that “claymore” is a term that can and has both been used to describe the Scottish version of a two handed medieval sword and a term for a basket-hilted sword of Scottish origin. And “claymore” in general is sometime called “broadsword” by people today. Both kinds. In addition, “broadsword” is also a term used for the basket-hilted sword, which is basically a rapier with a flat, broad blades with two edges. It’s all three things - with the basket hilted kind apparently being the one mostly referred to as a “broadsword”.
The problem is, if you want to make a wiki for BIONICLE in a different language, you have no idea to call items like these where there are multiple definitions. We do not have a Danish term for “broadsword”. Well, we have huggert which is the basket hilted kind, but claymore is just called claymore I think. Not “bredsværd.” And neither is the huggert. Huggert is just the only translation of the word “broadsword” I’ve seen in Danish dictionaries.
Btw, I believe Tuyet is one of the canon contests, isn’t she?