Developed by The Berber Nations (particularly The Kabyles Tribe of Morocco), The Flyssa Sword was in The Talwar family of weapons. Known for their lack of hand guard or cross hilt, blades were single-handled and ranged anywhere from 12 to 15 inches in length. They also featured a slimmer, tapered tip which flanged back to a flatter middle and then continuing to a normal sword width towards the back. These blades were extremely sharp and designed to break open Chain Mail (still used in the Region). The Flyssa would eventually disappear from use by the 19th Century.