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A well-known slashing sword of the Orient.

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The Katana (, Katana?) is a recurring weapon from the Final Fantasy series. It is a basic weapon, often being the first katana when it appears; if not, this is usually the Ashura.

Appearances[edit | edit source]

Final Fantasy IV[edit | edit source]

Kunai (Katana for the Easy Type version) has 25 attack and 40 accuracy. Edge starting weapon. This weapon is metallic.

Final Fantasy Tactics S[edit | edit source]

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Final Fantasy Type-0[edit | edit source]

Katana is Jack's starting weapon. It provides 3 Attack Power. It is also acquired as a random treasure in Bethnel Caverns. It sells for 80 gil.

Vagrant Story[edit | edit source]

The Katana is classed as a greatsword. It provides 16 strength.

The Final Fantasy Legend[edit | edit source]

The Katana has a sword icon before its name and has 50 uses. It has an attack power of 6, and the damage is based on Strength. It can be bought for 2,060 GP at Northeast Town, Undersea Town and Sky Town.

Final Fantasy Legend II[edit | edit source]

Katana has a sword icon before its name. It can be bought in Giant's Town for 6800 GP. It has 50 uses, it also increases a Robot's HP by 45 and increases their Str by 10. The damage formula for Katana is the user's Str x10.

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Etymology[edit | edit source]

Katana is the Japanese word for "sword", but is also commonly used to denote a group of sword types originating from Japan. They bear a distinctive curved, single edged blade with a flat shaped guard, a simple handle wrapped in cloth, and subtle designs that distinguish their identities from other blades. Most are named based on the blacksmith who forged them.

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