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Evil Weapon is a genus in the Arcana family in Final Fantasy XI. They are rather unique enemies, in that they are living weapons that have enslaved spirits of the earth to carry them and wield them in combat.


  • Apocalyptic Weapon
  • Aura Weapon
  • Boggart
  • Cursed Weapon
  • Dancing Weapon
  • Decorative Weapon
  • Demonic Weapon
  • Evil Weapon
  • Hellish Weapon
  • Infernal Weapon
  • Killing Weapon
  • Mystic Weapon
  • Ominous Weapon
  • Ornamental Weapon
  • Over Weapon
  • Poltergeist
  • Vault Weapon

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Notorious Monsters

  • Ancient Weapon
  • Barbaric Weapon
  • Blighting Brand
  • Brigandish Blade
  • Eldritch Edge
  • Evil Armory
  • Flying Spear
  • Fomorian Spear
  • Gerwitz's Axe
  • Gerwitz's Scythe
  • Gerwitz's Sword
  • Gladiatorial Weapon
  • Juggler Hecatomb
  • Legendary Weapon
  • Lightning Gremlin
  • Malefic Fencer
  • Nightmare Weapon
  • Nocuous Weapon
  • Orna
  • Prankster Maverix
  • Skikigami Weapon
  • Steely Weapon
  • Temenos Weapon
  • Thunder Gremlin
  • Trickster Kinetix

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Special Attacks

  • Flurry of Rage: Multiple-hit single target damage. Only used by certain Notorious Monsters.
  • Furious Flurry: Single target damage, Weight, and Silence.
  • Smite of Fury: Heavy single target damage.
  • Smite of Rage: Single target damage.
  • Whirl of Rage: AoE damage and Stun.
  • Whispers of Ire: Absorbs 2-5 random attributes from all targets in area of effect. Only used by certain Notorious Monsters.

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Orna 'Fulsamee
Biographical information


Date of death

September 22nd, 2552

Physical description

Ship Master






Energy Sword


Elite Personal Energy Shield

Chronological and political information
Notable Events

Orna 'Fulsamee was a Covenant Elite that held the rank of Zealot Ship Master, and commanded the CCS-class Battlecruiser, the Truth and Reconciliation. 'Fulsamee had a genuine hatred of humans, especially towards their cavalier naming of Covenant vessels, species, etc. which he found disrespectful. To 'Fulsamee, names were very important and humans were not "worthy" enough to be naming things.[1]

It seems that 'Fulsamee also harbored a secret disdain for the Prophets, at one point commenting that his Prophet supervisor reminds him of the rodents he hunted in his childhood.[2] Furthermore, 'Fulsamee appeared to be subtly unhappy with the war against the humans, as he felt that his race should "aspire to more" than overzealous fanatic warfare.[3]

As of the 9th Age of Reclamation (or 2552 UNSC time), 'Fulsamee was a Zealot Elite and the Ship Master of the Covenant warship Truth and Reconciliation of the Fleet of Particular Justice. Fulsamee's ship ferried a Lesser Prophet to Installation 04 and 'Fulsamee found his assistant, Minor Bako 'Ikaporamee, to be very annoying, as Bako acted as if he were higher than 'Fulsamee by using "we" (referring to the Prophet's decision) rather than "them". He wanted to destroy the Pillar of Autumn but the Prophet forbade it, saying that a stray Plasma bolt could hit the ring. Instead, 'Fulsamee was told to send Boarding Craft to attack the human ship. Cortana severely damaged Truth and Reconciliation during the Autumn's last stand in orbit of Halo.

'Fulsamee was presumably killed by the Master Chief during the raid to rescue Captain Jacob Keyes, in the ship's control room.


  • The Zealot who guards the bridge of the Truth and Reconciliation is presumably Orna 'Fulsamee. This makes him something of an unofficial mini-boss in the level.
  • It was once rumored that Orna 'Fulsamee was the one who would eventually become the concurrent Arbiter, but was disproved and negated as Orna 'Fulsamee was a Ship Master in 2552 and not a Supreme Commander. Thel also seems to respect the Prophets and Humans more than 'Fulsamee. Finally, the Arbiter was believed to be the Ship Master of the Seeker of Truth, not 'Fulsamee, who was the Ship Master of the Truth and Reconciliation.
  • Halo: The Flood states that 'Fulsamee was the Ship Master of a Covenant Destroyer, a different type of ship than the Truth and Reconciliation, a CCS-class Battlecruiser. However, given that the Truth and Reconciliation's Prophet was present with 'Fulsamee during the battle above Halo, this may have been a simple error on the author's part.


  1. Halo: The Flood, pages 4-5
  2. Halo: The Flood, page 5
  3. Halo: The Flood, page 7

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