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In the events of ''Path of Radiance'', Ragnell is first introduced in [[Shades of Evil|Chapter 7]], where the [[Black Knight (character)|Black Knight]], prior to engaging his former instructor, [[Greil]], in a duel, offers him the blade, citing a desire to witness him at his full strength. In response, Greil casts aside the blade in favor of [[Urvan]], an axe, a choice that ultimately proves to be fatal, as he is defeated and mortally wounded by the Black Knight's well-placed thrust of the Alondite through his stomach.
 
In the events of ''Path of Radiance'', Ragnell is first introduced in [[Shades of Evil|Chapter 7]], where the [[Black Knight (character)|Black Knight]], prior to engaging his former instructor, [[Greil]], in a duel, offers him the blade, citing a desire to witness him at his full strength. In response, Greil casts aside the blade in favor of [[Urvan]], an axe, a choice that ultimately proves to be fatal, as he is defeated and mortally wounded by the Black Knight's well-placed thrust of the Alondite through his stomach.
   
Ike takes Ragnell into his possession afterwards, as he later draws it in his confrontation with the Black Knight in the second segment of [[Moment of Fate|Chapter 27]], ultimately emerging triumphant from the battle. He then continues to wield the blade as his principal weapon of choice until he succeeds in retaking [[Castle Crimea]] from [[Ashnard]]'s clutches, whereupon he, by virtue of it being a national treasure of [[Begnion]], passes it into the hands of Apostle [[Sanaki]].
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Ike takes Ragnell into his possession afterwords, as he later draws it in his confrontation with the Black Knight in the second segment of [[Moment of Fate|Chapter 27]], ultimately emerging triumphant from the battle. He then continues to wield the blade as his principal weapon of choice until he succeeds in retaking [[Castle Crimea]] from [[Ashnard]]'s clutches, whereupon he, by virtue of it being a national treasure of [[Begnion]], passes it into the hands of Apostle [[Sanaki]].
   
 
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