Katana 2 stars

★☆ –  ★★

Weapon stat and skill showed at max level – Lv.25

Horikawa Kunihiro

ATK CRI
121 14

Skill: None

Translation note:

The sword name come from Horikawa Kunihiro (1531 – 1614) (Japanese: 堀川 国広). He was a swordsmith of the Azuchi-Momoyama period. Father of the Horikawa school, the great power of early Shintani.

Demon Katana – Uson

ATK CRI
94 59

Skill: None

Translation note:

The sword name came from Morishita Uson (1890 – 1965) (Japanese: 森下 雨村). Uson is an editor, translator, novelist. He was born from Sakawa Town, Kochi Prefecture. In 1920, he worked as a editor in the detective novel magazine “New Youth” (Japanese: 新青年) introducing domestic and foreign detective stories, and also made his own debut.

Demon Katana – Muramasa

ATK CRI
128 2

Active Skill: Attack using spirit sword, deal physical damage 50% based on attack power, while also inflict bleed, deal 61 physical damage per each 0.5 second, last for 3 second. Skill have 3 charges (EP Consumption: 3 – Cooldown: 4s)

Translation note: 

The sword name came from the swordsmith name – Muramasa Sengo (Japanese:千子 村正) and the Muramasa school location – Seishuu (Japanese: 勢州).

Muramasa Sengo was a famous swordsmith who founded the Muramasa school and lived during the Muromachi period (14th to 16th centuries) in Japan. Oscar Ratti and Adele Westbrook said that Muramasa “was a most skillful smith but a violent and ill-balanced mind verging on madness, that was supposed to have passed into his blades. They were popularly believed to hunger for blood and to impel their warrior to commit murder or suicide.” Muramasa school of sword-making is located at Ise no Kuni (Japanese: 伊勢国) ruled nominally by the Kitabatake clan. Today, Ise no Kuni is called Seishuu, includes most of modern Mie Prefecture.

Composite Katana – Vermilion Bird

ATK CRI
114 25

Active Skill: Summon a wave of flame, deal physical damage 100% based on attack power + 284 fire elemental damage to enemy (EP Consumption 10 – Cooldown 7)

Translation note: 

The Vermilion bird is one of the Four Symbols of the Chinese constellations. According to Wu Xing, the Taoist five-elemental system, it represents the fire-element, the direction south, and the season summer correspondingly.

It is often mistaken for the Fenghuang due to similarities in appearance, but the two are different creatures. The Fenghuang (similar to the phoenix in western mythologies) is a legendary ruler of birds who is associated with the Chinese Empress in the same way the dragon is associated with the Emperor, while the Vermilion Bird is a mythological spirit creature of the Chinese constellations.

Composite Katana – Yanagiba

ATK CRI
128 2

Active Skill: Perform a slash in a wide angle, deal physical damage 249% based on attack power (EP Consumption: 9 – Cooldown: 7s)

Translation note:

The sword name came from Yanagiba Toshiro (born in 1961) (Japanese: 柳葉 敏郎). He is an actor, singer, show business freelancer of Japan.