One of my players is an Eldritch Knight. She is bound to her magical weapon.
The rule clearly says that one knight can be bonded to a maximum of two weapons. However, it does not look like there is a limit to the number of knights who can bound to the same weapon.
In other words, if an Eldritch Knight steals the weapon of another, is given enough time to perform the ritual, now both knights have the ability to summon the weapon, is that correct?
Assuming that by bonding to the weapon you don't break another, would there be a spell one can use to break another knight's bond?
Further, I could imagine that could be practical for two knights who know each others and have one powerful magical weapon (say +3 flame blade...) one of them could somehow tell the other he's done with the weapon so the other can summon it and use it on his turn.
Actually, since it uses a bonus action, both knights could use the exact same weapon during a fight: knight A summons the weapon and strikes with it, knight B summons the weapon and strikes with it, repeat...