A rondel dagger was a type of stiff-bladed dagger in Europe in the late Middle Ages, used by a variety of people from merchants to knights. It was worn at the waist and might be used as a utility tool, or worn into battle or a jousting tournament as a side-arm for the purpose of piercing chainmail.
The sword sits in your baldric hanging down over your Aramis Shirt, faithful to its master despite the challenges. It has been a long and dusty road, but that sword has remained at your side through it all.
As your infantry unit comes to a halt, there is the tension one always feels before the fight. You resist the anxiety, because the moment you step into battle all of that must fade away. It will be you fighting alongside your fellow soldiers, and it will be the sword hanging in your trusted baldric that keeps you alive.
Trust in steel. It doesn’t need to be fancy, leave that to elves. It doesn’t need to be heavy, leave that to the dwarves. Good steel will keep you alive in the hottest and most dangerous fighting.
Your commander’s orders are never far from your mind, and your armour has proven him right dozens of times. Securely fastened, with a good shine and no rest, you will fall before your Churburg Shoulders do. Because you trust in steel.