Sham's The Enemy Within
1. Ignores target’s non-magical armour.
2. Any attacks against dwarves automatically suffer -20% penalties to WS and -2 damage.
When wielded, the blade seems to shimmer in and out of visibility, leaving only a trace of the Dwarven runes inscribed along it visible.
Clearly a Dwarf-forged blade, finely constructed and decorated with gems and runes spelling out its name, “Barrakul”, with a matching leather scabbard. Barrakul means “Hope of the Mountains.”
During the reign of Emperor Boris II, it belonged to a Templar of Sigmar named Siegfried von Kesselring. Von Kesselring, armed with Barrakul, died successfully defending the newly-built temple in Wittgendorf from a mighty Warrior of Chaos leading a band of Beastmen, and was interred in the crypts below the temple, along with his sword.