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29th Jan '16 4:07:56 AM Lazarus393
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* The Subtle Knife from ''Literature/HisDarkMaterials'' would definitely qualify, being a blade sharp enough to slice through reality itself.
17th Jan '16 12:24:26 AM MercenX
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** Then we have Sasuke's version. While its no more sharp than an ordinary katana, it becomes nearly unblockable when he charges Chidori through it. With hit he can cut through kunai like butter.
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** Then we We also have Sasuke's version. While its no more sharp than an ordinary katana, it becomes nearly unblockable when he charges Chidori through it. With hit he can cut through kunai like butter.

** Finally we have Naruto's strongest attack next to the Bijudama, the Futon: Rasenshuriken. It can cut through Pain paths with ease, as well as stone, giant mountain size trees, and even damage Kurama's fur. The only thing it hasn't damaged is the Sandaime Raikage whose MadeOfDiamond.
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** Finally we have Finally, there's Naruto's strongest attack next to the Bijudama, the Futon: Rasenshuriken. It can cut through Pain paths Pain's paths[[note]]normally seen to be nigh-unbreakable[[/note]] with ease, as well as stone, giant mountain size mountain-sized trees, and even damage Kurama's fur. The only thing it hasn't damaged is the Sandaime Raikage whose MadeOfDiamond.

* In ''Manga/{{Toriko}}'' knife created by Melk II for Komatsu so sharp, that normal human, while wielding it, could accidentally split mountain in half. Knife, made by Melk I is even more ridiculous, so sharp, that it can cut air around it and, if dropped, fall through the ground, like it's water. Brunch once said, that with it he could cut entire continent in half.
14th Jan '16 7:20:35 PM ultimomant
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* In ''Machinima/RedVsBlue Revelation'', Tex's combat knife is sharp enough [[spoiler: to pierce the meta's armor when Washington throws it.]]
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* In ''Machinima/RedVsBlue Revelation'', Tex's combat knife is sharp enough [[spoiler: to pierce the meta's Meta's armor when Washington throws it.]]
12th Jan '16 12:16:43 AM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* Played realistically in TimothyZahn 's HandOfThrawn duology with "molecular stilettos," pocketable knives that can cut through almost anything... but are also absurdly delicate, to the point that even a simple cutting job is as likely as not to ruin the blade. Using them to attack a person is considered both overkill and wasteful.

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* Played realistically in TimothyZahn 's HandOfThrawn duology with "molecular stilettos," pocketable knives that can cut through almost anything... but are also absurdly delicate, to the point that even a simple cutting job is as likely as not to ruin the blade. Using them to attack a person is considered both overkill and wasteful.
23rd Dec '15 3:36:16 AM jormis29
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* ''WarhammerFantasy'' has the Runefangs, dwarven-made swords that are wickedly sharp. There are twelve of them, each made for one of the Elector-Counts of the Empire. None of the people the swords were made for lived long enough to use them, because the dwarves wanted them to be perfect and it took longer than a human lifetime for the smith to make them all. The descendants of the original intended owners use them just fine.\\\ ''WarhammerFantasyRoleplay'' allows runesmiths to create more Runefangs by adding the master rune of Alaric the Mad (the smith of the original Runefangs) to weapons. Lest you think this a GameBreaker, creating a new Runefang can only be done by a master runesmith (a tertiary career), will take ''years'' for a PlayerCharacter even without failing any checks (making a sword that can become an absurdly sharp blade for a single blow is easier, taking a few days' off-time), and it's explicitly verboten for a runesmith to ever create two weapons with identical runes on them (that Alaric did this is why he's called 'the Mad'), and master runes occupy all slots on a weapon.
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* ''WarhammerFantasy'' ''TabletopGame/WarhammerFantasy'' has the Runefangs, dwarven-made swords that are wickedly sharp. There are twelve of them, each made for one of the Elector-Counts of the Empire. None of the people the swords were made for lived long enough to use them, because the dwarves wanted them to be perfect and it took longer than a human lifetime for the smith to make them all. The descendants of the original intended owners use them just fine.\\\ ''WarhammerFantasyRoleplay'' ''TabletopGame/WarhammerFantasyRoleplay'' allows runesmiths to create more Runefangs by adding the master rune of Alaric the Mad (the smith of the original Runefangs) to weapons. Lest you think this a GameBreaker, creating a new Runefang can only be done by a master runesmith (a tertiary career), will take ''years'' for a PlayerCharacter even without failing any checks (making a sword that can become an absurdly sharp blade for a single blow is easier, taking a few days' off-time), and it's explicitly verboten for a runesmith to ever create two weapons with identical runes on them (that Alaric did this is why he's called 'the Mad'), and master runes occupy all slots on a weapon.

* The ''{{Everway}}'' RPG had among its legendary artifacts a sword named the "The Edge of Light and Darkness", which was created to exemplify "the dividing line between ''Is'' and ''Is Not''". The Edge of Light and Darkness could cut anything its owner could conceive of cutting, and could wield the blade with sufficient skill to hit. In addition to the relatively mundane task of doing a CleanCut through any physical substance, known examples include cutting through the fabric of space-time to create portals between alternate universes, killing an opponent by cutting his soul free of his body (without actually leaving any physical wounds on his body), and destroying a pocket universe by slicing the substance of reality into its fundamental elemental components. * ''[[SeventhSea 7th Sea]]'' has the crescent-shaped scythe of the NPC Captain Reis, which allows him to cut through anything -- even armor made from Dracheneisen, the ''7th Sea'' version of {{Mithril}}, gets cut in half like so much butter.
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* The ''{{Everway}}'' ''TabletopGame/{{Everway}}'' RPG had among its legendary artifacts a sword named the "The Edge of Light and Darkness", which was created to exemplify "the dividing line between ''Is'' and ''Is Not''". The Edge of Light and Darkness could cut anything its owner could conceive of cutting, and could wield the blade with sufficient skill to hit. In addition to the relatively mundane task of doing a CleanCut through any physical substance, known examples include cutting through the fabric of space-time to create portals between alternate universes, killing an opponent by cutting his soul free of his body (without actually leaving any physical wounds on his body), and destroying a pocket universe by slicing the substance of reality into its fundamental elemental components. * ''[[SeventhSea 7th Sea]]'' ''TabletopGame/SeventhSea'' has the crescent-shaped scythe of the NPC Captain Reis, which allows him to cut through anything -- even armor made from Dracheneisen, the ''7th Sea'' version of {{Mithril}}, gets cut in half like so much butter.

* In {{Exalted}}, assorted magic allows blades to cut through everything, up to and including spirits, mountains, memories, souls and reality, amongst other things.
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* In {{Exalted}}, ''TabletopGame/{{Exalted}}'', assorted magic allows blades to cut through everything, up to and including spirits, mountains, memories, souls and reality, amongst other things.
15th Dec '15 3:07:43 PM DeisTheAlcano
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* WesternAnimation/StarWarsRebels naturally has lightsabers, fictional blades made of suspended plasma (that can be switched on and off) that can cut through virtually any material. * In ''WesternAnimation/Ben10GeneratorRexHeroesUnited'', Rex "Big Fat Sword" is so absurdly sharp it can cut [[spoiler:through [[MechanicalMonster Alpha's leg]] (Wich is as thick as a bus)]] with ease. Well, at least while [[spoiler:he is [[FusionDance fused with Upgrade.]]]]
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* WesternAnimation/StarWarsRebels ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsRebels'' naturally has lightsabers, fictional blades made of suspended plasma (that can be switched on and off) that can cut through virtually any material. * In ''WesternAnimation/Ben10GeneratorRexHeroesUnited'', Rex "Big ''WesternAnimation/GeneratorRex'', Rex's "[[{{BFS}} Big Fat Sword" Sword]]" is so absurdly sharp it can cut [[spoiler:through [[MechanicalMonster Alpha's leg]] (Wich is as thick as a bus)]] with ease. Well, at least while [[spoiler:he is [[FusionDance fused with Upgrade.]]]]school bus in half.
26th Nov '15 4:31:54 PM nombretomado
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* ''SamuraiShodown II'' features Cham Cham, resident CatGirl with her ImprobableWeapon, a wooden boomerang used for melee combat. It's considered sharp by the game, enough that (in the original releases) you could trigger the game's DiagonalCut death animations if you ended a match with a strike from it. Or if you pitched it at an enemy. Her claws work the same, too. 'Oh! How dangerous a boomerang is!'
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* ''SamuraiShodown ''VideoGame/SamuraiShodown II'' features Cham Cham, resident CatGirl with her ImprobableWeapon, a wooden boomerang used for melee combat. It's considered sharp by the game, enough that (in the original releases) you could trigger the game's DiagonalCut death animations if you ended a match with a strike from it. Or if you pitched it at an enemy. Her claws work the same, too. 'Oh! How dangerous a boomerang is!'
20th Nov '15 5:28:22 PM WhosAsking
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** Blades of Valyrian steel are far sharper and stronger than even the best mundane steel. Forging the metal is a magical process that has become LostTechnology after the fall of Valyria and only a few smiths still know how to re-purpose it. It has a smoky, rippled appearance that resembles Damascus Steel.
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** Blades of Valyrian steel are far sharper and stronger than even the best mundane steel. Forging the metal is a magical process that has become LostTechnology after the fall of Valyria and only a few smiths still know how to re-purpose it. It has a smoky, rippled appearance that resembles Damascus Steel. It's also the only metal that's a match for a [[TheDreaded White Walker]] and their weapons (the only other thing that can slay a White Walker is a naturally-occurring substance that's known to be sharp but not to the extent of this trope: dragonglass, what we know as obsidian).
20th Nov '15 6:38:19 AM GingahNinja47
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* In ''Manga/{{InuYasha}}'' the Tetsusaiga is sharp enough to cut through the scar in the wind created when two demons' auras collide, allowing InuYasha to use his signature Wind Scar technique.
19th Nov '15 7:08:40 AM StarWarsLover
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsRebels'' fanfiction ''Fanfic/EzraLost,'' a few of the characters naturally use lightsabers, fictional Star Wars blades that can cleanly slice straight through almost any material.
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsRebels'' fanfiction ''Fanfic/EzraLost,'' a few of the characters naturally use lightsabers, fictional Star Wars blades that can cleanly slice straight through almost any material.
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