This sword is a replica of Renji Abarai's Melee-Type Zanpakutō Zabimaru (蛇尾丸 -"Snake Tail"). The sword is poison red from its Tsuka to its Saya and has a rectangular Tsuba marked by scale-like patterns.
Shikai: Released by the word Hoero (咆えろ - "Howl"), the blade segments, making it as nimble as a whip with the strength of a regular sword.
Bankai: Sōō Zabimaru (双王蛇尾丸 - "Twin Kings Snake Tail; Viz "Two Kings") - the bearer gains a snake-head gauntlet on the right hand, a large cowl of fur on the left arm, and a bony tail around his waste. These can be used in various powerful attacks.
Noted special ability:
Higa Zekkō (狒牙絶咬 - "Bite of a Broken Baboon's Fang") - the separated segments of the blade levitate and fly outward. Can only be used once in a battle, as the sword must recover afterward.
Overall Length: 103 cm / 40.6 Inches
Blade Length: 70 cm / 27.6 Inches
Tsuku Length: 26 cm / 10.24 Inches
Blade Width: 3.2 cm / 1.25 Inches
Blade Steel: High Carbon Steel
Blade Thickness: 0.7 cm / 0.28 Inches
Blade HRC 56
Sword Stand not Included
Blade: The blade of this sword is hand forged and finished. The steel used is high quality carbon steel, which is very pure, and keeps its edge very well. The blade is unsharpened.
*This sword is ornamental and not full tang, therefore not battle ready. We recommend not to sharpen the blade for your safety.
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UK/EU delivery times: UK & European orders take on average 7-20 business days to arrive, after being dispatched from our warehouse. It can take longer from time to time, and during busy periods such as Christmas.