Crafted by the Burning Legion to corrupt the world of Azeroth, the soul-stealing runeblade Frostmourne was shattered by Ashbringer atop Icecrown Citadel. Countless souls were freed from the broken blade, but others were not so fortunate. Today the shards of Frostmourne can be recrafted and infused with even more power. However, the spirits still trapped within must first be subdued and bent to the wielder's will.
At the gamescom 2015 event, the twin blades were introduced as Icebringer and Soulreaper. When the artifact previews were revealed on the main World of Warcraft website on the first day of BlizzCon 2015, Soulreaper was changed to Frostreaper. Frostreaper was initially the name of the offhand blade while Icebringer was the main hand, but the two were later switched.
Concept art (from left to right: Classic, Upgraded, Challenging, War-torn, and Valorous).
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