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|You select this weapon's element when crafting or trading for it.||HP||ATK||C.A.×|
|Crafted from||Elemental Katana Relic|
|Only Yamato can equip this as a main weapon|
|An odachi said to be taken from the tail of a monstrous serpent long ago. Be that truth or myth, its blade has been thoroughly honed and polished to a beautiful enchanting luster, as if to cleanse an evil that once tainted it. The weapon is a symbol of valor and courage, meant to be wielded only by a true hero. A single swing stirs up a divine gust of wind, exemplifying the odachi's spiritual properties.|
|Purging Trifecta||Massive Elemental damage to a foe.
Bonus elemental damage. (Boost to bonus damage specs based on YashioriATK is boosted based on lvl (Max: 8 / Can't be removed)
Multiplier: Perpetuity lvl.)
|Venerator's Nature||When main weapon (MC only): Raise YashioriATK is boosted based on lvl (Max: 8 / Can't be removed)
Multiplier: Perpetuity lvl by 2 at battle start.
|Venerator's Apex||When main weapon (MC only): End cooldown for Take the Head800% Elemental damage to a foe (Damage cap: ~730,000).
Reduce an Omen's cancel requirements by 20% of the maximum value.
Raise YashioriATK is boosted based on lvl (Max: 8 / Can't be removed)
Multiplier: PerpetuityDuration: Indefinite lvl by 1.
(Can only be used while a cancelable Omen is active.)
At level 30:
Omen cancel reduction increases to 30% of the maximum value. when a foe uses a special attack.
|Base Reduction Materials|
|Note: This is the amount you get for a 5★ uncapped weapon.|
|Weapon VersionsThis weapon has alternate versions.|
|5★ Class Champion Weapons|
- Named after Kusanagi-no-Tsurugi (草薙の剣), a legendary Japanese sword and one of three Imperial Regalia of Japan. It was originally called Ame-no-Murakumo-no-Tsurugi (天叢雲剣, "Heavenly Sword of Gathering Clouds"), but its name was later changed to the more popular Kusanagi-no-Tsurugi ("Grass-Cutting Sword"). In folklore, the sword represents the virtue of valor and is credited as being the sword used by Susanoo to defeat Yamata-no-Orochi. In-game, the sword was previously used by a wanderer to defeat a giant serpent monster also called Orochi.