It is modeled after the trident bestowed upon Inglip's son Lakorta, though since this version is mass-produced for all Gropagas to use in battle, it is much less powerful and simpler in design than the original trident. Regardless, it is still a powerful weapon to wield. It is so widely popular within the armies of Inglip that it almost rivals the other weapon-of-choice, the seven falchions.
Usage in BattleEdit
The sclivel is prized by Gropagan warriors due to its long reach (standard issue sclivels can be as tall as a man, sometimes even taller) and ability to trap and potentially break the blades of enemy units. Smaller sclivels can be used for throwing purposes.
- Lakorta - Wielder of the original trident.
- The Seven Falchions - a symbolic set of swords carried by some gropagas.
- The Pailbat - an odd weapon often used to capture escaped prisoners.
- Guidebook Ramora - The only weapon agaings the enemy Tracker.