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==Sword Origins==
==Sword Origins==
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Long ago, when the World of Warcraft was created, one of the programmers put a sword called The Sword of a Thousand Truths<ref>Uses the model of {{loot|Epic|The Hungering Cold}}.</ref> into the game inventory. But the sword was considered to be too powerful for anyone to possess, so it was removed from the game and stored on a one gig flash drive. But it was foretold<ref>The Prophecy was foretold by Salzman in Accounting</ref> that one day players who could wield the sword might reveal themselves.
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==Prophecy Fulfillment==
==Prophecy Fulfillment==

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"The Sword of a Thousand Truths" was also the name of [Gladiator's Slicer] during the Burning Crusade beta.
For the World of Warcraft Trading Card Game card, see TCG Fires of Outland/223.


This is a silly article

This article is silly. Coming from a source other than the computer games, trading card game, novels, RPG, or manga, its content is not part of official Warcraft lore, but nevertheless has become part of the culture belonging to the World of Warcraft community.

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Randy, a level 2 Human Hunter (did not exist in the actual game when the episode was released) named Falcorn, handing his son Stan the Sword of a Thousand Truths.

"It was foretold, that one day, heroes who could wield the sword might reveal themselves."

A fictional legendary sword used in South Park episode #147 "Make Love, Not Warcraft". The weapon is needed to defeat an unspeakably powerful Alliance griefer who mercilessly kills Alliance Players and Blizzard Game Masters.

Sword Origins

this sword is gay

Prophecy Fulfillment

The Prophecy is fulfilled when Stan, Kenny, Cartman and Kyle endlessly kill 65,340,285 Boars (in Elwynn Forest) at 2 experience points a piece in order to gain 50 levels so together they can kill Jenkins,[1] the player who has played World of Warcraft nearly every hour of every day for the past year and a half.

World of Warcraft

The sword exists in the game as the [Slayer of the Lifeless], it's name referencing a scene in the episode in which a programmer asks "How do you kill that which has no life?" The sword does not have the same abilities, but it uses the same model and bears the flavor text "Foretold by Salzman."


  1. ^ The villain is named Jenkins, presumably after Leeroy Jenkins.

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