Katana vs. Claymore

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(forgive me if I’ve mis-identified either)


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    storminator

    That was not a Hattori Hanzo Sword .

    Scott

    normally those things shatter on contact with decent steel. odd.

    Nelson

    small for a claymore

    Luxan_Warrior

    That’s not how a Katana is suppose to be used.

    shoggoth

    Katana were never meant to bash against other swords. They are cutting weapons.

    Try a kanabo against a claymore.

    DrEvil007

    The Samurai never defeated a foreign army; in there one encounter with the Mongolians and their allies they got their ass handed to them.

    oldnoob

    1) Katana is a “slicing” weapon.

    2) Not all Katana were forge the same.

    3) Watch less anime.

    JediaKyrol

    Yeah…it does well against traditional Japanese armour though…which is made out of very (ridiculously)thin iron plates and leather covered in lacquer….Iron didn’t come cheap in a land with practically none as a natural resource.

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