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The Double Scimitars are a pair of weapons in Shadow Fight 3 introduced in Chapter II: Dynasty. They are a pair of Common sabers and belong to the Dynasty faction. The Double Scimitars features 1 perk slot for Perks. They do not have any Shadow Ability.

They can be obtained as a random reward after winning any fight in Chapter II, by opening a Chest, or by purchasing the Dynasty Booster Pack. Players must reach level 4 before they can equip and use it.

Other variants includes:


Attack Overview[]

Disclaimer: The preview below uses Dancing Sabers as the weapon. Since both the Double Scimitars and the Dancing Sabers are sabers, they share the exact same moveset. The only differences are being the rarity and design.

Move Name Controls
DancingSabersStance
Sabers Stance
DancingSabersSlashes
Sabers Slashes SF3Punch, SF3Punch, SF3Punch, SF3Punch
DancingSabersHeavySlash
Sabers Heavy Slash Hold SF3Punch
DancingSabersSpinningSlash
Sabers Spinning Slashes SF3B + SF3Punch
DancingSabersUpperSlash
Sabers Upper Slash SF3U + SF3Punch
DancingSabersLowSlash
Sabers Low Slash SF3D + SF3Punch

Shadow Ability[]

Being a Common weapon, the Double Scimitars does not possess any Shadow ability.

Special Move[]

Being a Common weapon, the Double Scimitars does not have special slot for Special Move.

Item Set[]

Weapon Armor Helm Ranged Weapons
Wpn sabers 01 01
Arm agl 09
Helm agl 05
Rng agl knives 01 01
Double Scimitars Embroidered Suit Seahorse Veil Novice Daggers

Trivia[]

  • The Double Scimitars are based on the dao, a type of Chinese swords, primarily used for slashing and chopping. The most common form is also known as Chinese sabers, although those with wider blades are sometimes referred to as Chinese broadswords.
    • In China, the dao is considered one of the four traditional weapons, along with the gun (stick or staff), qiang (spear), and the jian (double-edged sword).
    • Although they are actually the dao, the Double Scimitars's name might be a mistake, because they were named "scimitars".
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