early 15c., "ebony wood, ebony tree," from Old French ebene or directly from Latin ebenus (see ebony). As an adjective, "made of ebony," from 1590s. Figurative sense of "dark, black" is from 1590s; in some cases a poetic shortening of ebony.
1. Thousands of years ago, the Ebon Hawk became legendary in smuggling circles.
2. It's not exactly clear where Davik acquired the Ebon Hawk.
3. Ebon Chainmail now has the same appearance as it did before the revamp.
4. Ebon Vanguard now has the same appearance as it did before the revamp.
5. Ebon Plague: It is no longer possible a duration longer than the disease which caused it.