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Horn of Cernunnos
Horn of Cernunnos
 Kanji/Kana ケルヌンノスの角笛
 Rōmaji Kerununnosu no Tsunobue
 Also Known As
Status
 Classification Ritual Relic
 User(s)
 Creator
 Weight
 Affiliation Goddess Clan
Kingdom of Liones
 Origin
Abilities/Techniques
Communication with the Goddess Clan
Media Debut
 Manga Chapter 77
 Anime

Horn of Cernunnos is a treasure located underneath the Kingdom of Liones. It is said to be a ritualistic relic that allows the user to communicate with the realm of the Goddess Clan. In reality, it is simply the vessel of a Goddess.

HistoryEdit

At some point in time, the Kingdom of Liones obtained the artifact and kept it hidden beneath the kingdom for years. After managing to obtain information regarding its location from an unlucky Holy Knight patrolling the room, Ban seeks help from the Goddess, attempting to revive Elaine in exchange for his own life. However, the Goddess decides to only grant Ban's request if he finishes a mission, which is to slay Meliodas, the Dragon's Sin of Wrath.

Signs of Holy WarEdit

Meliodas visits the Horn and communicates with the Goddess, who responds that she is unable to continue their fight from 3000 years ago as she is lacking a vessel in which to manifest. The captain of the Deadly Sins confronts her about the lie that she told his comrade and is in turn mocked by the Goddess that he does not have such a thing as comrades in any of the clans, including his own. She taunts him that despite everything he does, those who believe in and love him will leave him when they find out about his sin. The Horn is then destroyed by Meliodas' Hellblaze, while he declares that there are still things that he is willing to sacrifice his life to protect, and that he will continue to fight even if he has to make the entire world his enemy.[1]

GalleryEdit

TriviaEdit

  • In the "Chevalier de la Table Ronde", Ban is the son of the Gaulois's god Cernunnos who is a great god with Horn.
  • Cernunnos is the conventional name given in Celtic studies to depictions of the "horned god" of Celtic polytheism.

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