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As the villagers evacuate Martial Village and make their way into the hills, strange things start happening along the way. Their food and water supplies are poisoned and their trail is marked by signs leading the enemy to them. The Seven Swords realise there is a spy among them and agree they must eliminate him/her before Fire-Wind catches up. Green Pearl immediately becomes the suspect because she does not speak their language. The situation is further complicated by a romantic affair between Chu Zhaonan and Green Pearl. At one point, Green Pearl and Chu fall into a trap set by Fire-Wind. Chu uses his sword to free Green Pearl from a net cast by Fire-Wind's men but loses his weapon. While Chu is captured by the enemy, Green Pearl manages to escape and convey her message that Chu has been captured to the other swordsmen before succumbing to her injuries.




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The other six swordsmen travel to Fire-Wind's base and engage him in battle to rescue Chu Zhaonan. During the Seven Swords' absence, the spy, Qiu Dongluo, sets fire to the entrance to the cave to inform the enemy of the villagers' whereabouts. He reveals his identity and begins killing the unsuspecting villagers systematically. He is discovered by the village chief's daughter, Liu Yufang, who eventually kills him by accident. However, she is so traumatised by the experience that she becomes hysterical. Meanwhile, the Seven Swords defeat and slay Fire-Wind, and forces his army to retreat temporarily. The swordsmen return to the hideout, only to find that all the villagers have been killed, except for Liu Yufang and the children. Han Zhibang calms Liu down and decides to stay behind and protect the survivors. The Seven Swords realise the only way to save the wulin is to persuade the Qing emperor to withdraw the ban on martial arts. Liu tells Han that she can take care of the survivors alone so Han rushes to catch up with the other swordsmen as they travel towards the capital.


Tsui Hark intended Seven Swords to be a heptalogy and confirmed a sequel script was in progress.[7][8] Although confirming a sequel was in the works, a completed script, and ready to be filmed at the end of 2006, the movie was never completed.[9] By 2019, a new seven swords trilogy was made unrelated to Tsui Hark's work.[10]


The Seven of Swords shows a man sneaking away from a military camp with five swords in his arms. He looks over his shoulder at the two upright swords he has left behind. The smile on his face suggests that he is proud of himself for having slipped away without being noticed.


Taking a design cue from the Exia's GN Blades, CB engineers created the GN Sword II Long and GN Sword II Short. While both swords are physical exaggerations of the aforementioned blades, they vastly differ in function. The GN Sword II is more of a traditional broadsword, able to switch between rifle and sword mode faster than the original Exia could. The long GN Sword II focuses on ranged combat, the only such weapon in the 00 Seven Sword arsenal to do so. The drawbacks are that the long sword uses more particles and a decreased rapid fire capability. In contrast, the GN Sword II short was developed analogous to the GN Short Blade from the Exia. The shortest sword in the Seven Sword armament, the Short Sword's blade tip is attached to a wire, which can be shot out towards an enemy and retracted quickly. Despite these armaments, the signature weapon of the Seven Sword arsenal is the GN Buster Sword.


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The Alara'hai, or Seven Swords of Sin, or Seven Blades of Conviction, are seven legendary swords wielded by the champions of each of the runelords of ancient Thassilon. Forged by the respective runelord, each of these blades embodied the power of the runelord and were used by each champion in combat against another.[1] When the ancient runelords went into hiding the once tremendous power of these weapons also diminished until their power was comparatively mundane.


Still, they have circulated among weapon collectors and relic dealers as historic curios, for while their power diminished, their legend has not. At the height of their power, these swords were incredible weapons; Chellan, for example, was known to turn those it struck into crystal statues sometimes with only a single blow.[2]


For more clues on this card's meaning, you can look at its imagery: A traditional Seven of Swords card depicts a person carrying five swords with their body facing forward but their head looking back at two swords left behind. "It can be read to mean someone is working in their own interest," explains Herrera.


The suit of swords is related to the element of air and is part of the minor arcana. "Swords can be a message to step back from a situation and analyze it from a different perspective," shares Herrera.


Pulled the Seven of Swords reversed in a love meaning? "With the swords [reversed], I always come back to the phrase, 'The sword cuts both ways,'" explains Herrera. This can be a warning not to hurt yourself for the sake of another person in your relationship. Depending on the context, this card could also be a sign that your relationship is coming to a close.


A man is depicted covertly fleeing from some sort of camp in the Seven of Swords card while holding five swords in each hand. Two other swords are standing on the ground behind him. We can infer from this illustration that the Seven of Swords refers to sneakiness, getting away with something, deception, or betrayal. The man's face conveys a great deal of confidence, and he appears certain of his success in this endeavour to steal the swords.


Unfortunately for him, however, it appears that a number of troops are on the left, and one of them is actually raising a flag or a weapon as if to proclaim his discovery of the robbery. The Seven of Swords depicts a guy skulking out of a military barracks while carrying five swords. He casts a glance back at the two upright swords he'd left behind. He appears to be pleased with himself for slipping away unnoticed since he is grinning. The Seven of Swords is often used to denote robbery, betrayal, deceit, and trickery. You might be attempting to commit a crime and moving covertly behind people's backs in an effort to avoid being seen.


Reversed Position: Reversed, The Seven of Swords says "yes." Even though the reversed position of the seven of Swords suggests that you or someone nearby is willing to take responsibility for their misdeeds this time, the card still indicates a sense of dishonesty. The time has come to face the truth.


SEVEN SWORDS is sloppy as hell, but I still think it's a blast. It's difficult for me to pinpoint why one messy Tsui Hark film (because they all are) clicks with me while others are just depressing messes. I guess it's the sweaty commitment to the ideas and their execution? I find SEVEN SWORD beautifully creative, even as I watch a hundred plots faceplant and characters are left in the dust. Seven is too many swords! But even if I'm aware of the negative, and the whole doesn't work, moments still shine for me, and no one could do a Wuxia film like Tsui Hark.


Tsui Hark's next major film after a CGI-driven remake of his own Zu: Warriors from the Magic Mountain in 2001, this is a less effects-driven epic, a riff on Seven Samurai with a Chang Cheh influence (the Northern Chinese medieval warfare of The Heroic Ones comes to mind). A gang of Ching bounty hunters has an Imperial command to kill anyone who knows martial arts, a former Ming minister tries to stop them from wiping out a village. He goes to a mountain a gets a bunch of swordsmen and fancy swords and they all go to defend the people.


The eponymous Seven Swords are of course seven fighters who come together to protect helpless villagers from an evil general in this pretty old-fashioned Wuxia tale with a plot based in Chinese History, not mythology.


Thus the action, except for obligatory wirework and some outrageous weapon designs (beheading through Umbrella anyone? How about Flying Guillotines and extendable swords?) feels quite grounded. No big CGI effects or green screen work lessen this movie.


The Seven Swords Cross Necklace is a stunning, detailed piece that really stands out. This delicate necklace is a conversation starter for sure. Featuring the sacred heart with 7 swords, and a dangling cross charm.


A second feast, on the third Sunday in September and specifically dedicated to the Seven Dolors of the Blessed Virgin Mary, was formally granted the Servites by Rome in 1668. As this devotion spread, there was for some years controversy regarding which seven sorrows would be included in the list. It is generally accepted that the list we recognize today originated with the Servites.


The seven swords symbolize protection. Each sword belongs to one of the archangels, engraved with their Hebrew names: Michael, Jophiel, Chamuel, Gabriel, Raphael, Uriel, and Zadkiel. Together, they radiate pure light and divine goodness. Igniting the angelic power to love without fear.


A powerful seductress has stolen seven mighty blades, each tied to a deadly sin, and secreted them away to her monster-infested dungeon. Located in Kaer Maga, one of the most dangerous cities in all of Varisia, the trap-laden halls must be overcome before the sorceress can bind the swords to her will and gain unimaginable power. 041b061a72


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