Accusers are a pair of weapons in Shadow Fight 3 unlocked at Chapter VI. They are a pair of Epic Kamas and belong to the Heralds faction. Accusers have a high boost in critical chance, low range, and feature 3 item slots which can be customized with applicable Perks and Special Moves. They carry the Ripper Shadow Ability. Accusers are wielded by a Defender.

Accusers can be bought from the shop for a determined amount of price. They can also be obtained as a random reward after winning any fight in Chapter VI, by opening a Chest (better chests have higher chances), or by purchasing the Heralds Booster Pack.

Other variants include:

Attack Overview

Move Name Controls
Kama Stance
Kama Slashes SF3Punch, SF3Punch
Kama Heavy Slash Hold SF3Punch
Kama Spinning Slash SF3B + SF3Punch
Kama Upper Slash SF3U + SF3Punch
Kama Low Slash SF3D + SF3Punch

Shadow Ability


Throws a kama along the ground towards the opponent's feet. If hit, the kama will hook onto their foot and telekinetically pull them upwards, dangling in mid-air. The user then leaps at the opponent and slashes their gut with the other kama, pulling them down onto the ground.

Special Moves

Three special moves are available for the Accusers' item slots. Only one move can be equipped at a time.

Icon Name Controls Move
ICON SUPER KAMA 2 Grapple SF3F + SF3Punch, SF3Punch, SF3Punch Grapple
ICON SUPER KAMA 1 Supremacy SF3F + SF3Punch, SF3Punch, SF3Punch Supremacy
ICON SUPER KAMA 3 Pressing SF3F + SF3Punch, SF3Punch, SF3Punch Pressing


  • Queen Iolanda wields blue-colored Accusers as her weapon. They do not possess any shadow ability.
  • The kama (鎌 or かま) is a traditional Japanese farming implement similar to a sickle used for reaping crops and also employed as a weapon. The kama was brought to Okinawa and incorporated into the martial art of te (hand) and later karate (empty hand). It also spawned the use of the kusarigama.
    • "Kamas" is a mispronounced word, because foreign words that are not common in English should always be written at the singular form; Japanese kanji itself has no marked plural form.
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