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A goldish-bronze scimitar with a black hand guard, simple grip, and an oriental pommel with a tassel at the end.
When this Shen Gong Wu was activated, the user could create powerful gusts of wind by swiping or moving the blade in a circular motion to create a tornado. The Two-Ton Tunic was the only thing that could protect an opponent from the blasts, being too heavy to lift, however combined with Raimundo's elemental abilities, it could be lifted up easily along with the user.
As demonstrated it in its first appearance, it appears to lack any real physical presence. When Raimundo attempts to use the sword as a conventional weapon, it simply phased through the other sword. Because of this, the sword cannot be used for physical combat.
This Shen Gong Wu can also be combined with the Eye of Dashi. Doing this amplifies the Sword's abilities, allowing for greater manipulation of the weather and passing the Sword's intangibility on to the user. This is only demonstrated once, largely due to the Eye of Dashi being a favored weapon of Kimiko rather than Raimundo.
The Sword of the Storm first appears in the episode "Shen Yi Bu." When it is activated, Omi goes into a lengthy explanation of the sword and its abilities, causing Raimundo to tune him out the whole time. Raimundo is the first to find it, but quickly loses it to Tubbimura, thanks to him mistakenly attempting to use it as a normal sword. Raimundo quickly finds, much to his surprise, that the sword is insubstantial. Caught by surprise, he is easily defeated by Tubbimura who takes the sword for himself. It is quickly won back at the end of the episode alongside the Fist of Tebigong in the series' first Shen Yi Bu dare. It remains in Xiaolin possession for most of the series, only lost briefly in "Chameleon" when Jack Spicer steals almost all of the Shen Gong Wu in the temple. While in Xiaolin hands, it is the preferred weapon of Raimundo, who combines it with his dragon element to great effect.