A gold hammer used by the gods of old when they went to war. "Kishin" combines the characters for "demon" and "god." The glittering decorations are said to be imbued with the power of the gods, protecting the wielder in battle. The weapon's weight is the reason for its destructive force, and it was designed to be wound up for massive blows that shatter both Armour and man alike. Traditionally, those who served the gods were forbidden from wielding sharp or pointed weapons, so blunt implements, such as bludgeons and hammers, were used in battle.