Masamune Blade

Masamune Blade in Final Fantasy VII.

A perfect copy of Sephiroth's sword!
—Description, Final Fantasy VII.

Masamune Blade (マサムネブレード, Masamune Burēdo?) is a recurring weapon in the series. Originally appearing as a joke item in Final Fantasy VII, it has since appeared as an unique weapon for Sephiroth in later games in the series, often being weaker than his traditional Masamune.


Final Fantasy VIIEdit

VII Masamune Blade is a special item obtained from the Gold Saucer at the Speed Square. It does nothing at all.

Dissidia Final FantasyEdit

Dissidia Masamune Blade is a level 53 exclusive weapon for Sephiroth, providing +37 Attack and Damage +5%. It can be obtained from the shop by trading 15,460 gil, Uchigatana, Wyvern Horn x3, and Oath Shard x2.

Dissidia 012 Final FantasyEdit

Dissidia012 Masamune Blade returns as a level 30 exclusive weapon for Sephiroth, providing +40 Attack, +2 Defense, +41 Bravery, and Damage +5%. It can be obtained from the shop by trading 61,000 gil, Claymore, Scarletite, and Champion's Desire x5.

Final Fantasy Airborne BrigadeEdit


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Final Fantasy Record KeeperEdit


Masamune Blade (VII)
Rarity 4
Additional stats: Accuracy +95



The Masamune is named after Masamune Okazaki, a legendary Japanese blacksmiths of the Kamakura Era employed under the Kamakura Shogunate. He was famous for his forging process of soshu kitae and nijuba, the strongest method for the body of katana, layering different consistencies of carbon steel for tensile composition and in such a way they were forged twice.

His works were often compared to those of Muramasa, though always the better of the two. According to legend, the two swordsmiths set a sword of their making into a nearby stream as contest to see who made the better sword, with Masamune's blade said to have ignored all things that came near it. Though Muramasa belittled Masamune, a monk came to be the final judge and praised Masamune's swords for having benevolence. From this tale, Masamunes are said to be the marks of an internal peaceful and calm warrior, the opposite of Muramasas.