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This sword's short, lightweight blade makes it very easy to carry.
Kodachi 小太刀? or こだち, Kodachi?, also known as Short Edge, is a recurring weapon in the series, usually taking the form of a ninja knife or a katana. It is often a low-ranked weapon and provides no special abilities to the user.
Lightweight katana favored by ninjas. Can be used with Spellblade.
Lightweight ninja sword with a medium-length blade.
Kodachi are level 32 katanas for Ninjas, obtained only through crafting.
Kodachi (Short Edge in the PlayStation version) is a low-ranked ninja blade that provides 10 Attack and 5% Defense. It can be bought for 7,000 gil.
Kodachi is a level 22 hand armor that provides +1 Attack and +17 Defense. It is an off-hand, or parrying, knife.
Kodachi is a level 1 parrying that provides an Attack of 2 and a Defense of 14.
|Additional stats: Accuracy +86, Evasion +2|
A ninjato with proper length and excellent enough handling to double as a kind of shield.
A katana smaller than its regular counterpart, as its name suggests. Many ninjas use this weapon as a tool to carry out quick actions because it is not only as sharp as a normal katana, but is easy to maneuver in tight spots as well. It's blade is razor-sharp, and its convenient size allows it to be used to deflect incoming attacks.
Kodachi is a Katana obtained by buying it for 1,400 gil at Lost Village of Marlo and Town of Sian, and by crafting it using 280 gil, x3 Thickened Hides, x5 Iron Ores, and x3 Lumbers. It provides 26 ATK.
A kodachi, literally translating into "small or short tachi (sword)", is a traditionally made Japanese sword used by the samurai class of feudal Japan originating from the early Kamakura period (1185–1333). Kodachi are mounted in tachi style but with a length of less than 60 cm. The exact use of the kodachi is unknown; it may have been a companion sword to normal sized tachi, or it may have been a sword for an adolescent. Kodachi appear to have been produced only in a certain time period by specific schools of swordmakers.