Ey. Got a question regarding Tyrael's Sword

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I've entered a beta contest and one of the questions was what are the name of tyrael's sword and after some research on sites i found Azureblade and that ring a bell in my memory as his sword. After the contest was over my answer was wrong and i was frustated and i just want to know if im wrong or what? A blue post to confirm/deny would be nice.

Regards a eager diablo fan
What I could find was "Sword of Justice", he is the arcangel of justice after all

Azurewrath is Izual's sword, Azureblade is the type of sword Tyrael use, named El'Druin but is called Sword of Justice

what I could find, read more here:
Ye but azureblade is the question im after
I think Azureblade is his, but he never used it and it got stolen or so...
Not blue, but I am pretty knowledgeable about lore, if I may say so myself.

In truth Tyrael's sword is named El'druin, the Sowrd of Justce (though from the item database It seems it can also be called Skycutter).

As for Azureblade:

Azureblade is the type of sword wielded by Tyrael and Izual.

Tyrael's sword is named El'Druin, and is also commonly called Sword of Justice, although it is likely that the name is refering to the type of sword, and thus referring to Azureblade. Izual is wielding Azurewrath.

As Azurewrath is called an 'Angelic Runeblade' by Tyrael, it is speculated that it might be his own as well.

The origins of the Sword is unknown, but the Azureblade has been used by Tyrael for a long time, and was his weapon of choice when fighting the Dark Wanderer inside the Tomb of Tal Rasha, next to the Binding Stone.

The Azureblade El'Druin is also the sword Tyrael used in conjunction with some sort of spell to destroy the corrupted Worldstone.

(from www.diablowiki.net)

So while the syntax is not the best we can infer that Azureblade is a type of angelic runeswords and Tyrael's is named El'druin. Izual wielded Azurewrath.

Meh... took too long to post a reply I guess...
Yeah, El'Druin is Tyrael's sword, also called Sword of Justice because it's believed it cannot harm those of righteous intent.

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