Long Sword

Some articles on swords, sword, long sword, long swords:

Bushido Blade 2 - Characters - Narukagami Characters
... Can use special dash attacks when equipped with light swords or polearm.. ... Has unique attacks with any sword in the game, including the sword-dances for katana and nodachi, with the nodachi one being unique to him.. ... His support character is Tatsumi Proficient with Japanese swords - katana and nodachi ...
Muyedobotongji - Volumes - Contents - Volume 2
... Long sword - Ssang su do (Hangul 쌍수도, Hanja 雙手刀) Sword that had to be handled with both hands ... The long sword is handled with both hands ... These frighteningly big, heavy swords were originally called "long swords" (jangdo), or sometimes "applying sword" (yonggum) or "plain sword" (pyunggum) ...
Bushido Blade 2 - Characters - Shainto Characters
... As a Shainto parallel to Mikado, Kaun is proficient with light swords, possessing above-average power and decent speed ... (around which most of her unique strikes circuit) and the use of light weapons, mainly the long sword ... Can back-up sheathe both the katana and the sword ...
Japanese Swords - Classification - Length
... What generally differentiates the different swords is their length ... Japanese swords are measured in units of shaku. 2 shaku or more for daitō (大刀?) (long sword, such as katana or tachi) ...
Puppet Guardian - Titles and Status
... depend on the quality of the item, in this case a long sword, from which the status is derived ... So a “Long Sword” might be at the bottom of the item quality hierarchy and a “Paragon Long Sword” at the top, with several levels in between ... A player with a Paragon Long Sword would have the status Conquering Swordsman, e.g ...

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