Description[edit | edit source]
Hailing from the lands of Rauatai, Wē Toki (or Water Axe) is covered in traditional, spiraling symbols for water and the sea. Aumaua craftsmen sought to instill the axe with the same power of a rolling wave, striking foes with sudden, fearsome force. When the axe is swung, it is said, the twisting symbols undulate like the waters of the Great Eastern.
Acquisition[edit | edit source]