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

Main article: 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

Main article: Special Move

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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