- Tue Jun 28, 2022 6:30 am
I think they were referring to the untricked, one-handed version. It brings to mind middle eastern swords like the Persian Shamshir, Turkish Kilij or In, which tended to have very radical curves compared to other sabres. Like these, the Burial Blade is almost exclusively used for cutting (No thrusting animations) and is wielded one-handed. The double-edged blade might be considered unusual for a sword of this type, but not unheard of. However, it’s much thicker than any real sword would be.