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Battle Sword is a weapon in Shadow Fight 3. It is a Common two-handed sword and belongs to the Legion faction. Battle Sword has 1 perk slot for Perks. It does not have any Shadow Ability. Battle Sword is the weapon of choice for a number of Legionaries, including Gizmo, a member of Shadow Squad.

It can be obtained as a random reward by winning any fight in Chapter I, by opening a Chest, or by purchasing the Legion Booster Pack.

Other variants include:

Attack Overview

Disclaimer: The preview below uses Ornate Two-Hander as the weapon. Since both Battle Sword and Ornate Two-Hander are Two-handed Sword, they share the exact same moveset, with the only differences being the rarity and design.

Move Name Controls
OrnateTwoHanderStance.gif
Two-handed Sword Stance Start of Fight
OrnateTwoHanderSlash.gif
Two-handed Sword Slashes SF3Punch.png, SF3Punch.png
OrnateTwoHanderHeavySlash.gif
Two-handed Sword Heavy Slash Hold SF3Punch.png
OrnateTwoHanderSpinningSlash.gif
Two-handed Sword Spinning Slashes SF3B.png + SF3Punch.png, SF3Punch.png
OrnateTwoHanderUpperSlash.gif
Two-handed Sword Upper Slash SF3U.png + SF3Punch.png
OrnateTwoHanderLowSlash.gif
Two-handed Sword Low Slash SF3D.png + SF3Punch.png

Shadow Ability

Being a Common weapon, Battle Sword does not possess any Shadow ability.

Special Move

Being a Common weapon, Battle Sword does not have special slot for Special Move.

Item Set

Weapon Armor Helm Ranged Weapons
Wpn twohanded sword 01 01.png
Arm str 23.png
Helm str 23.png
Rng pistol 01 01.png
Crude Sword Belted Cuirass Morion Crude Pistol

Trivia

  • Despite Battle Sword can be obtained in Chapter 1, but the entire set of it's only obtainable after reaching Chapter V.
  • It is based on a Longsword, a type of European sword characterized as having a cruciform hilt with a grip for two-handed use and a straight double-edged blade. Longswords was prevalent during the late medieval and Renaissance periods (approximately 1350 to 1550), with early and late use reaching into the 13th and 17th centuries.
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