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Friday, August 6, 2010

Description:
A blade shimmering with a bluish tint that cuts through humans like knife through tofu. Though the word 青 means "green" instead of blue, these two colours were used interchangeably in the ancient days. Even the present day Japanese kanji for blue is 青 (aoi). The story goes that this blade originally belonged to Cao Cao 曹操. It so happens that during the battle of Chang Ban 长板之战, one of Cao Cao's generals, Xia Hou En 夏侯恩 carried this blade into battle. Along comes Zhao Yun 赵云 who was slicing and dicing his way through thousands of Cao Wei 曹魏 troops. Seeing Xia Hou En and the BLUE STEEL BLADE, Zhao Yun kills Xia Hou En and grabs the blade for himself. The blade belonged to him ever since. The reason why the blade has its bluish tint is due to the strange metal that was used to forge it. Maybe it is Adamantium that Wolverine also used to forged his claws... hmm...


Attacking range: 2



Special abilities:
[Enforced ability] Whenever you use an ATTACK 杀 card, you can ignore the armour your target has equipped.



Characters that match this weapon best:
None! This weapon is so freaking awesome that it is equally great with any character. If you ever need to kill Younger Zhu Ge Liang 卧龙诸葛亮 in a hurry, this is your solution!

7 comments:

  1. Can Younger Zhuge Liang still use his ability where he counts as always being equipped with The Eight Trigrams against this weapon?

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  2. Oh, never mind. I didn't see that last sentence.

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  3. The only downside to this weapon is that if you Fire Attack someone with Rattan Armour on, it would only do 1 damage, as it ignores the armor effects.

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  4. Jack, I'm afraid that's not correct. The Rattan armour preventing ordinary damage and it causing an extra damage due to fire are seperate properties.

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  5. This sword ignores ALL effect of the Rattan armour, both positive and negative.

    If you have a normal Sha, this sword would allow you to bypass the armor and damage the target (immune to normal Sha ignored).

    But if you have a fire Sha and happen to have this sword equipped, the fire Sha will only cause 1 damage (fire Sha +1 damage ignored).

    Basically Sha-ing someone with this sword is as if the target hasn't got any armour equipped at all.

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  6. Indeed, the timepoint at which the sword gives effect is that from player(s) was targeted by 'kill', to after the player took damage.

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