+5 vorpal longsword, ignores DR and hardness
In the Jewish tradition, when we begin to mourn we articulate our not knowingness. We say:
Adonai natan, Adonai lakach. Y’hi shem Adonai m’vorach.
God has given and God has taken away. May God’s name be blessed.
This ancient meme represents our communal shrug of the shoulders. -
From Irwin Keller’s blog Itzik’s Well