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Nice blade, but that is one massive pommel- What do plan to do with it, end the planet rightly?
not necessarily, hardening it would make it hold an edge better, but it is not necessary to do so with this, as it was made for cutting food, so hardening it might actually be a small hindrance, as it would make it harder to sharpen. Also, soft blades have been used for millenia, iron age anyone?
what kind of food do you eat, when your kitchen knives dull after being used once?Also, hardening a blade like this, purpose wise, not style-wise, is not necessary, a softer edge would allow for easy sharpening, and for cutting food ease of sharpenign might outclass edge retention, of course I think it would be better if it was made with a steel that could be hardened, but it is not necessary.Sorry about the redundancy, but that was how it came out.