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Katana Tsuba is a Rare Yamaoka's Haunting Yamaoka's Haunting}} Add-on Add-on}}.

Icon Description Cost
Katana Tsuba The hand-guard of an ancestral blade. Crafted for the Yamaoka family.
  • Slightly increases Yamaoka's Haunting Reappearance duration.
  • Slightly increases Yamaoka's Haunting Reappearance Movement speed.
5,000

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History[edit | edit source]

Version 2.3.0[edit | edit source]

Icon Description
FulliconAddon katanaTsuba.png The handguard of an ancestral blade. Crafted for the Yamaoka family.
  • Slightly increases Yamaoka's Haunting Reappearance duration (0.25 seconds).
  • Slightly increases Yamaoka's Haunting Reappearance Movement speed (5 %).

Version 3.4.0[edit | edit source]

Icon Description
FulliconAddon katanaTsuba.png The handguard of an ancestral blade. Crafted for the Yamaoka family.
  • Slightly increases Yamaoka's Haunting Reappearance duration (0.2 seconds).
  • Slightly increases Yamaoka's Haunting Reappearance Movement speed (5 %).


Change Log[edit | edit source]

Patch 3.4.0[edit | edit source]

  • Nerf: reduced the Reappearance duration to 0.2 seconds.


Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • "Katana" refers to a Japanese sword with a curved, single-edged blade with a circular or square guard and a long grip.
    • This type of sword emerged in the late 14th century and was commonly used by Samurai.
  • "Tsuba" refers to the hand guard of a Japanese sword, which helped balancing the sword.