What is the Sebewaing Blade?
It is a newspaper for the town of Sebawaing, in Huron
The most common nouns that may be used with 'a blade of' may be a 'blade of grass' or a 'blade of steel'. There are other terms for a blade, for example the blade of a knife, the blade of a razor, or the blade of a lawnmower, etc. However, the noun 'blade' can also be used in an abstract context, for example: He wields the blade of power while I wield the blade of…
Razer Blade is a laptop... as for a blade blade I have no I dead... Though if you're thinking of things for children then you may be thinking of a "Bey Blade," which is a kids TV show where to 'spin-top' like things battle. Than you may also mean a Razor... which is a scooter... Or I've gone on a tangent :)
Charging bey blade takes skill,what you need is a a bey blade launcher,a winder and some strength.Firstly,insert the winder into the bey blade launcher to the maximum.Then,place the bey blade into the gear of the launcher and pull thw winder as hard as you can!Rpm of the bey blade is depended on your strength of pulling the winder.That is how you charge a bey blade.
Literally translated, light blade would be 'hikari no katana,' written: 光の刀 I would suggest that instead of "dark blade," you go with "shadow blade/blade of shadows," as not only does it sound better than the literal translation of "dark blade," but also stands better as an opposite to a "blade of light." That would be 'kage no katana,' written: 影の刀