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The spike protruding from the guard of this knife is designed to catch an enemy's blade.
Sword Breaker (ソードブレーカー, Sōdo Burēkā? or ソードブレイカー, Sōdobureikā?), also called SwordBreaker and Swordbreaker, is a recurring weapon in the series. It is often a high-ranked and decently powerful dagger.
Shortsword that sometimes deflects enemy attacks.
Swordbreaker is a high-ranked dagger, usable by Locke, Shadow, Strago, Relm, and Gogo. It has an attack power of 164, +30% Evade, enables the Bushido and Runic commands. It can be bought Maranda in the World of Ruin for 16,000 gil, stolen from Amduscias or Vector Chimera, or won in the Dragon's Neck Coliseum by betting the Assassin's Dagger.
Knife set with a prong to entangle swords.
Sword Breaker is a high-ranked knife that provides 39 Attack and 2 Evade. It teaches the ability Steal: Weapon for 300 AP, and is obtained as a random reward for completing a mission.
Swordbreaker is a mid-ranked knife, providing 37 Attack and 4 Evade. It teaches the abilities Loot Lv.3 to Thieves for 300 AP and Dagger Toss to Jugglers for 400 AP. It can be bought for 1,900 gil in the shop after creating it in the Bazaar after using a Sturdy Bone, Adamant Alloy, and Moonwood.
It provides ATK 51 and is strong against Constructs.
|Additional stats: Accuracy +92, Evasion +5|
A unique comb-like short sword. As its name would suggest, it was made to break certain weapons, and upon receiving an attack with its ridged side, it can render the attacking weapon powerless. Though produced based on many different fighting styles, this short sword is quite difficult to use, and many are selective when it comes to which hand they use it with. Use of these weapons is usually forbidden in normal combat.
swordbreaker was a dagger that had large, deep serrations along one side of the blade, resembling the barbed teeth of a comb and designed to entrap an opponent's blade, allowing a variety of follow-up techniques.The