The Gem Swords are also known as the twelve swords of Gondra, are 12 swords that are made out each of the 12 stones of the month. The most well-known sword is the Diamond Sword.
The twelve swords have been lost for centuries, and are rarely sighted. Each sword has it's own unique ability, but when the swords are together, all their powers combine. The most powerful of the swords is the Diamond Sword. It's the only sword that can't be destroyed, while the other swords have a slight chance of destruction if used improperly.
The twelve swords of Gondra:
- Garnet Sword
- Amethyst Sword
- Aqua Sword
- Diamond Sword
- Emerald Sword
- Pearl/Moonstone/Alexandrite Sword
- Ruby Sword
- Peridot Sword
- Sapphire Sword
- Opal Sword
- Topaz sword
- Blue Topaz/Turquoise sword
By her who in this month (January) is born No gem save garnets should be worn; They will ensure her constancy, True friendship, and fidelity.
The February-born shall find Sincerity and peace of mind, Freedom from passion and from care, If they an amethyst will wear.
Who in this world of ours their eyes In March first open shall be wise, In days of peril firm and brave, And wear a bloodstone to their grave.
She who from April dates her years, Diamonds shall wear, lest bitter tears For vain repentance flow; this stone, Emblem of innocence, is known.
Who first beholds the light of day In spring's sweet flowery month of May And wears an emerald all her life Shall be a loved and happy wife.
Who comes with summer to this earth, And owes to June her hour of birth, With ring of agate on her hand Can health, wealth, and long life command.
The glowing ruby shall adorn, Those who in July are born; Then they'll be exempt and free From love's doubts and anxiety.
Wear a sardonyx or for thee, No conjugal felicity; The August-born without this stone, `Tis said, must live unloved and lone.
A maiden born when September leaves Are rustling in September's breeze, A sapphire on her brow should bind `Twill cure diseases of the mind.
October's child is born for woe, And life's vicissitudes must know, But lay an opal on her breast, And hope will lull those woes to rest.
Who first comes to this world below With drear November's fog and snow, Should prize the topaz's amber hue, Emblem of friends and lovers true.
If cold December gave you birth, The month of snow and ice and mirth, Place on your hand a turquoise blue; Success will bless whate'er you do.