Finally, the coveted ore was reached and they where able to extract enough metal. This is when the father revealed the purpose of their labor: they were to create a sword to defeat Faldrun himself, the Patron Immortal of his mother and Sirothelle. It all made sense to the boy now and he embraced all of the tenants of Liberty. Now, all of the memories of his past like in Sirothelle were erased and trampled to death. Steel, mortality, and logic were mortal man's superpower and the only way they could defeat their enemies. All other utopian theories were not practical at this task and would be discarded, unless a logical answer could be provided. Although Rangar knew that it would take more than an Adamantite sword to win, the point was to instill iron-clad virtue into his son and he succeeded.
Sealing off the entrance to the mine, the father and son team proceeded through the wilderness to find the tribe they abandoned years prior. Coercing the nomadic swordsmith named Hujulk, Rangar lead the team deep into the Heart of the World. Finding what was deemed a sacred spot near a pool of lava, the team set up camp. Preparations were made for the next season, the process gruelingly slow. Everything seemed finally ready to begin, but then Rangar revealed the final step in the process to his son: they were to quench the blade using the blood of an Aukari Occultist. Hujulk tried to protest, but even he could not deny the fact that the blood of an Aukari was the perfect temperature to create the most flexible and strong Adamantite. They were literally creating an anti-Faldrun blade; a symbol of freedom and hatred for Faldrun's loyal subjects. Despite being a half blood, Gangui did not associate this with his own Aukari lineage for he did not serve any Immortal.
Chaining up the blacksmith with a ration of food, they climbed back down the mountain and scouted Occultist activity from a safe distance. After much internal deliberation on tactics, Rangar picked a target and the hunt began. After a tumultuous experience, they were able to kidnap the full-blooded Aukari Occultist and escaped retaliation from their pursuers. Despite successfully escaping, the duo had been identified to the cult.
Standing on the side of the Heart of the World's volcano, the forge was fired up using the heat from the earth. Liquidizing the Adamantium, they poured it into a mold of a bastard sword. For the next ten days, the team helped hammer away until the blade was folded hundreds of times. Gangui did all the swinging, whilst the Hujulk applied all his knowledge. His father spoke words of liberty and emancipation into the blade, making his son believe that it would give the weapon magical powers.
When the blade was complete, the moment of truth came. By instruction from his father, Gangui picked up the fiery blade, speaking curses towards Faldrun. He plunged it vertically through the body of the Aukari , whose immediate combustion filled the enamored boy with awe. The men knelt in meditation until the fire died out.
Removing the new weapon from the charred carcass, Rangar held it up in the air and in a mystic fashion dubbed it "Faldrun's Bane". Thus, the final nail was pounded in the mind of Gangui, forever making him a patriot to the cause of Liberty from the Immortals.