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Acute Naginata is a weapon in Shadow Fight 3 introduced in Chapter III. It is a Common naginata and belongs to the Heralds faction. Acute Naginata only have 1 perk slot for Perks. It does not have any Shadow Ability.

It can be obtained as a random reward after winning any fight in Chapter III, by opening a Chest, or by purchasing the Heralds Booster Pack. Players must reach level 7 before they can equip and use it.

Other variants include:

Attack Overview[]

Disclaimer: The preview below uses Improved Pruner as the weapon. Since both weapons are Naginata, they share the exact same moveset, with the only differences being the rarity and design.

Move Name Controls
ImprovedPrunerStance
Naginata Stance
ImprovedPrunerSlash
Naginata Slashes SF3Punch, SF3Punch
ImprovedPrunerHeavySlash
Naginata Heavy Slash Hold SF3Punch
ImprovedPrunerSpinningSlash
Naginata Spinning Slashes SF3B + SF3Punch
ImprovedPrunerUpperSlash
Naginata Upper Slash SF3U + SF3Punch
ImprovedPrunerLowSlash
Naginata Low Slash SF3D + SF3Punch

Shadow Ability[]

Being a Common weapon, Acute Naginata does not possess any Shadow ability.

Special Move[]

Being a Common weapon, Acute Naginata does not have special slot for Special Move.

Item Set[]

Weapon Armor Helm Ranged Weapons
Wpn naginata 01 01
Arm prc 08
Helm prc 09
Rng kunai 01 01
Acute Naginata Initiate Kimono Leather Casque Iron Kunai

Trivia[]

  • Naginata is one of several varieties of traditionally made Japanese blades in the form of a pole weapon. Naginata were originally used by the samurai class of feudal Japan, as well as by foot soldiers and warrior monks. The naginata is the iconic weapon of the onna-bugeisha-archetype, a type of female warrior belonging to the Japanese nobility.
    • Naginata became a symbol of the social status of women during the Edo period. A functional naginata was often a traditional part of a samurai daughter's dowry. Although they did not typically fight as normal soldiers, women of the samurai class were expected to be capable of defending their homes while their husbands were away at war.
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