The subject of this article appears in One False Note.The subject of this article appears in The Sword Thief.Remus is a sword, named by Dan Cahill in The Sword Thief. He found the sword in Fidelio Racco's mansion in One False Note. He named it after Remus, intending it to be named after the founder of Italy, but who was actually the brother of the founder of Rome, Romulus. It is made of Tungsten and was hidden in Mozart's harpsichord with Rufus. It was presumably made in Japan. It is shown in the Tungsten Clue video. It is shown in The Black Book of Buried Secrets that he still has them.