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Wakizashi

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Wakizashi

Is 3ds02 katana.png
Icon of the Wakizashi from Fates.

Weak to follow-up attacks (-5 eff. Spd). Cannot make follow-up attacks.

Type

Katana

First game

Fire Emblem Fates

The Wakizashi (Japanese: 飛刀 Flying Katana) is a katana that debuted in Fire Emblem Fates. Unusually for a katana, it is an enhanced-range weapon which can only deal damage from a distance of 2 range. While a strong katana in its own right, it's high-ranked, not the most accurate among katanas, keeps its user from double-attacking, and also makes its user more vulnerable to being double-attacked.

Stats

Game Icon Level Might Weight Hit Crit Range Uses Worth Exp Other effects and notes
Fates Is 3ds02 katana.png Swords/Katanas B 10 -- 75 0 2 Infinite 4,500 ? Speed +1, Defense -1, Resistance -1 when equipped.
Cannot double attack.
+5 to enemy's ability to double attack
Sells for 1,500 gold.

Locations

Fates

This list may be incomplete.
Dropped by Birthright: Chapter 14, enemy Paladin
Treasure Revelation: Chapter 20, chest
Armory Dawn Armory: Level 2 (limit 1) • Level 3 (limit 2)
Rank rewards Visitor Rank: 1600 (limit 1)

Trivia

Etymology and other languages

Names, etymology and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology and notes
English Wakizashi A wakizashi (Japanese: 脇差; literally, "side-inserted") is a type of Japanese short sword wielded by samurai in feudal Japan as a secondary weapon and a partner to a standard katana. A conventional wakizashi measures between 12-24 inches (30-60 centimeters) long and was mostly used for close-quarters and indoor combat.
English
(unofficial)
Flying Dagger This translation of the Japanese name likely comes from Chinese, in which 刀 usually means knife or dagger.
Japanese 飛刀 Flying Katana
Spanish Wakizashi As above.
French Wakizashi As above.
German Wakizashi As above.
Italian Wakizashi As above.

Gallery

References

See also

Katana
Basic katana Brass KatanaDaikon RadishIron KatanaPractice KatanaSilver KatanaSteel KatanaSunrise Katana
Katana with secondary effects Axe SplitterDual KatanaHana's KatanaHinata's KatanaRaider KatanaSpirit KatanaTakumi's ShinaiVenge Katana
Ranged katana Iron KattiKodachiParasolSilver KattiSteel KattiWakizashi
Regalia and personal katana Hagakure BladeRaijintoYato