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  1. the symbols appearing first in the Archives and then on Eidas' armour makes us decide that Eidas' set was built for him by his master,
  2. Secondly, the description states that it was cherished by the master weapon craftsman Eidas.
  3. It states that the weapon was cherished by Eidas, not that it was made by him.
  4. But, wait, who and where is Eidas?
  5. So, what is Eidas doing outside of Seath's room?
  6. Aside from the weight that would have to be being carried by Eidas, the crystals also partially block the design of his armour.
  7. It is absolutely certain that Eidas did not make Gwyn's armour.
  8. Whether Eidas made Avelyn, having learnt the craft from his master, the nameless blacksmith deity, is up for debate.
  9. We are inclined to believe that the weapons of Eidas were, indeed, made by the nameless blacksmith deity.
  10. This patterning is also found at the top of the pillars, and as part of the bannisters, but it is most similar to Eidas' armour when found on the lamps.
  11. So, let us deal with Eidas.
  12. Certainly, if the child that may be being referenced in the weapon's name is Eidas',
  13. One thing related to Eidas that we are certain of is that he has been captured.
  14. Therefore, perhaps the total crystallisation of both Eidas, combined with the crystallisation of the incongruent greatsword is, in fact, evidence of mind control tactics by Seath.
  15. Firstly, it is likely that Eidas was part of the rebellion.
  16. Eidas is the one creating the arms for the crystal hollow warriors and, importantly, for the channelers.
  17. The only ones we know of being the nameless blacksmith deity and Eidas.
  18. First of all, the black markings against the gold are similar to what we find on Avelyn, which hints at the nameless blacksmith deity, and Eidas' school of smithing.
  19. Second, is the togs on both armours, one being more like an anemone on Eidas,
  20. Rather, it may be Eidas' obsession with his lost Avelyn that is causing this smithing choice.