Brandish

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Brandish ★★☆☆☆
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Abilities
  • Level 5+: Charge Time Reduction: Low
  • Level 10: Charge Time Reduction: Medium

The Brandish is a 2-star sword.

Contents

Description

A reliable blade whose lack of ornamentation belies its strength.

Attacks

Basic Attack

A standard 3-hit combo.

Charge Attack

The Knight lunges forward slightly with a powerful forward slash, which is followed by 3 small explosions. The explosions do not go over gaps, and enemies that dodge projectiles will try to dodge the explosions if they are not knocked over by the initial swing (this trait is shared by all alchemy products of the brandish).

Reward

  • Mission 4-1 Advanced Alchemy (bound)

Damage

The following damage values represent the weapon at its completed level, without any UV or bonus from other equipment, and listed as a range found from the first to last floor of each stratum.


Brandish's Damage Table
Stratum 1 Stratum 2 Stratum 3 Stratum 4 Stratum 5 Stratum 6
Hit 1 and 2 30-35 41-45 70-78 69-57 50-44 41-37
Hit 3 36-43 50-57 87-98 89-76 62-53 49-44
Charge 51-61 72-83 125-143 135-121 106-80 71-62
Explosion 16-18 20-23 35-40 37-33 31-28 27-24

Vendors

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Recipe

The 2-star recipe for this item costs 1,000 crowns; the alchemy cost is 400 crowns. Below are the materials needed to make the Brandish.

Name Amount
Dark Shard 5
Beast Scale 2
Monster Bone 2
Simple Orb of Alchemy 3

Note: When crafting using a bound item as a precursor, the upgraded item will also be bound.

Alchemy Path

Brandish's alchemy path
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Trivia

  • Brandish in English means "to wield", especially in the context of resistance or conflict. The word originates from the French word "brandir" which means to wave a weapon in triumph, or in threat.


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