ConceptArt by Inkthinker.
His shardblade is long and thin, edged on both sides, smaller than most others.
As a slave, Szeth is passed from one master to another by means of an Oathstone, a small dark rock flecked with quartz. Szeth believes he eventually makes his masters uncomfortable; he thinks it is because most of them know he is capable of more than he does for them. 
At the beginning of the story, he is aggravated by the fact that stone (considered holy in Shin culture) is used as a common building material. However, as the story progresses, he becomes more accustomed to it, though never approving of it.
According to Kharbranth king Taravangian, Szeth's status as Truthless includes an absolution for all future sins commited while following his masters' orders, but Szeth takes responsibility for all the murders he commits.
Former Masters of Szeth-son-son-VallanoEdit
- A Cobbler.
- A traveling Merchant.
- A farmer in a village near the mining village of Ironsway in Bavland.
- Makkek - Killed Took and took possesion of Szeth. Makkek became the owner of a gambling den in Bornwater, Bavaland, using Szeth as his body gaurd and asssain.
- Parshendi prior to the assassination of Gavilar