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** The [[WolverineClaws lightning claws]] melded to the hands of a [[TheCorruption Chaos]] [[SuperSoldier Warp Talon]] are described as being spirit-sharp. These claws are so sharp that they are even capable of slicing through the veil between [[HyperspaceIsaScaryPlace the Immaterium]] and the physical universe.

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** *** The [[WolverineClaws lightning claws]] melded to the hands of a [[TheCorruption Chaos]] [[SuperSoldier Warp Talon]] are described as being spirit-sharp. These claws are so sharp that they are even capable of slicing through the veil between [[HyperspaceIsaScaryPlace the Immaterium]] and the physical universe.
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** The [[WolverineClaws lightning claws]] melded to the hands of a [[TheCorruption Chaos]] [[SuperSoldier Warp Talon]] are described as being spirit-sharp. These claws are so sharp that they are even capable of slicing through the veil between [[HyperspaceIsaScaryPlace the Immaterium]] and the physical universe.
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Exactly ''why'' the sword has such incredible cutting power varies, due to BroadStrokes continuity. ''Anime/LupinIIIEpisode0FirstContact'' and ''Anime/LupinIIIDragonOfDoom'' both explain that the Zantetsuken is made out of a mysterious alloy. ''Anime/LupinIIIGreenJacket'' explains that the three famous swords of [[UsefulNotes/{{Japan}} Japanese]] past (Murasame, Masumare, Ken) were reforged into this one sword, and it is their spirit that makes it so powerful. In the manga, it's said to be made of a rare steel alloy produced from [[ThunderboltIron meteoric iron]] that is almost indestructible, though apparently the metal can cut itself.\\

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Exactly ''why'' the sword has such incredible cutting power varies, due to BroadStrokes continuity. ''Anime/LupinIIIEpisode0FirstContact'' and ''Anime/LupinIIIDragonOfDoom'' both explain that the Zantetsuken is made out of a mysterious alloy. ''Anime/LupinIIIGreenJacket'' explains that the three famous swords of [[UsefulNotes/{{Japan}} Japanese]] UsefulNotes/{{Japan}}ese past (Murasame, Masumare, Ken) were reforged into this one sword, and it is their spirit that makes it so powerful. In the manga, it's said to be made of a rare steel alloy produced from [[ThunderboltIron meteoric iron]] that is almost indestructible, though apparently the metal can cut itself.\\



** Also Krillin's Ki-Enzan ("ki razor," an energy disc called "Destructo Disc" in the dub), an absurdly sharp [[KiAttacks ki attack]]. Though Krillin himself is quickly OvershadowedByAwesome, his signature technique remains deadly, and at one point he is able to cut off Frieza's tail. His relative lack of power is an advantage with this technique: The disc is slow enough that most enemies see it coming and could dodge easily, but instead try to NoSell it, getting themselves cut. He almost takes out [[TheDragon Nappa]] (who was dominating the entire Z-Fighter team minus Goku) during the Saiyan Saga with it... But the much smarter Vegeta recognized the nature of the attack in time to warn Nappa. Frieza also knew to dodge because he independently invented his own version (the Death Saucer, which he can guide telekinetically,) but got caught off guard by one of them and thus lost his tail. Krillin tossed dozens of others at Frieza but failed to get any other hits... And later on Frieza [[HoistByHisOwnPetard accidentally cut himself in half with a Death Saucer]]. Only Cell manages to tank it.

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** Also Krillin's Ki-Enzan ("ki razor," an energy disc called "Destructo Disc" in the dub), an absurdly sharp [[KiAttacks [[KiManipulation ki attack]]. Though Krillin himself is quickly OvershadowedByAwesome, his signature technique remains deadly, and at one point he is able to cut off Frieza's tail. His relative lack of power is an advantage with this technique: The disc is slow enough that most enemies see it coming and could dodge easily, but instead try to NoSell it, getting themselves cut. He almost takes out [[TheDragon Nappa]] (who was dominating the entire Z-Fighter team minus Goku) during the Saiyan Saga with it... But the much smarter Vegeta recognized the nature of the attack in time to warn Nappa. Frieza also knew to dodge because he independently invented his own version (the Death Saucer, which he can guide telekinetically,) but got caught off guard by one of them and thus lost his tail. Krillin tossed dozens of others at Frieza but failed to get any other hits... And later on Frieza [[HoistByHisOwnPetard accidentally cut himself in half with a Death Saucer]]. Only Cell manages to tank it.



* The swords given to the warriors in the unnamed organization in ''Manga/{{Claymore}}''. This is lampshaded at one point when Miria says something along the lines of "Have you ever wondered why our swords never chip or dull, no matter how hard we swing or how hard the surface we hit? What exactly are they made of? The material can't be from this continent and I've looked everywhere." [[spoiler:Priscilla somehow consumed her own sword when she Awakened, and is able to form it again whenever she feels like swordfighting]].

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* The swords given to the warriors in the unnamed organization in ''Manga/{{Claymore}}''. This is lampshaded at one point when Miria says something along the lines of "Have you ever wondered why our swords never chip or dull, no matter how hard we swing or how hard the surface we hit? What exactly are they made of? The material can't be from this continent and I've looked everywhere." [[spoiler:Priscilla somehow consumed her own sword when she Awakened, and is able to form it again whenever she feels like swordfighting]].swordfighting.]]



* [[ManOfWealthAndTaste Solomon Goldsmith's]] from ''Anime/BloodPlus'' has a BladeBelowTheShoulder capable of cutting through cliffs and the limbs of [[NighInvulnerable Chevaliers]]. This includes the arm of [[spoiler:James]] who sports extremely powerful InstantArmor.

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* [[ManOfWealthAndTaste Solomon Goldsmith's]] from ''Anime/BloodPlus'' has a BladeBelowTheShoulder capable of cutting through cliffs and the limbs of [[NighInvulnerable [[NighInvulnerability Chevaliers]]. This includes the arm of [[spoiler:James]] who sports extremely powerful InstantArmor.



* Anime/MobileSuitGundam00 has the GN swords. They are all quite bulky, but they are absurdly sharp despite not looking like it. Justified in-universe as GN Particles can (apparently) be used to increase a solid blade's sharpness... [[MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext whatever that means]].

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* Anime/MobileSuitGundam00 ''Anime/MobileSuitGundam00'' has the GN swords. They are all quite bulky, but they are absurdly sharp despite not looking like it. Justified in-universe as GN Particles can (apparently) be used to increase a solid blade's sharpness... [[MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext whatever that means]].



* The mid-'90s anime Manga/ChuukaIchiban (Cooking Master Boy) has Leon, one of the main characters, in possession of a legendary set of seven cooking knives called the Seven Star Knives. The smallest is the size of a fruit knife while the largest is borderline {{BFS}} to prepare a cow or a bull. They're ''all'' so sharp that one of it was once used to cut open a fish's ovary, extract all the eggs, and then without any surgery, close the wound again due to the extremely clean cut it was made, and the fish is released back to water without so much of a scratch. This is consistent with the wielder's ActualPacifist outlook, despite his FaceOfAThug.

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* The mid-'90s anime Manga/ChuukaIchiban ''Manga/ChuukaIchiban'' (Cooking Master Boy) has Leon, one of the main characters, in possession of a legendary set of seven cooking knives called the Seven Star Knives. The smallest is the size of a fruit knife while the largest is borderline {{BFS}} to prepare a cow or a bull. They're ''all'' so sharp that one of it was once used to cut open a fish's ovary, extract all the eggs, and then without any surgery, close the wound again due to the extremely clean cut it was made, and the fish is released back to water without so much of a scratch. This is consistent with the wielder's ActualPacifist outlook, despite his FaceOfAThug.



** Then we have the blades [[PowerArmor Susano'o]] uses. [[spoiler: Madara's shown to be sharp enough and strong enough to break through Gaara's sand, as well as in its Perfect Form ''bisect two mountains'' in a single swing.]]
** Finally, there's Naruto's strongest attack next to the Bijudama, the Futon: Rasenshuriken. It can cut through Pain's paths[[note]]normally seen to be nigh-unbreakable[[/note]] with ease, as well as stone, giant mountain-sized trees, and even damage Kurama's fur. The only thing it hasn't damaged is the Sandaime Raikage whose MadeOfDiamond.

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** Then we have the blades [[PowerArmor [[PoweredArmor Susano'o]] uses. [[spoiler: Madara's shown to be sharp enough and strong enough to break through Gaara's sand, as well as in its Perfect Form ''bisect two mountains'' in a single swing.]]
** Finally, there's Naruto's strongest attack next to the Bijudama, the Futon: Rasenshuriken. It can cut through Pain's paths[[note]]normally seen to be nigh-unbreakable[[/note]] with ease, as well as stone, giant mountain-sized trees, and even damage Kurama's fur. The only thing it hasn't damaged is the Sandaime Raikage whose MadeOfDiamond.who is [[NighInvulnerability made of diamond]].



* In ''Anime/KillLaKill'', Ryuko's Scissor Blade can cut through Goku Uniforms, which normally make the wearer NighInvulnerable against anyone not wearing one. Two scissor blades can cut through life threads in such a way they can never repair themselves.

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* In ''Anime/KillLaKill'', Ryuko's Scissor Blade can cut through Goku Uniforms, which normally make the wearer NighInvulnerable {{Nigh Invulnerab|ility}}le against anyone not wearing one. Two scissor blades can cut through life threads in such a way they can never repair themselves.



* Zauriel, a guardian angel and former member of the Franchise/JusticeLeagueOfAmerica possessed a divine, flaming sword so sharp it could cut through dimensional barriers, even the ones separating the living realm from Heaven and Purgatory.
* In Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} story ''Comicbook/DemonSpawn'', villain Nightflame's magic sword can cut anything, including dimensional barriers.

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* Zauriel, a guardian angel and former member of the Franchise/JusticeLeagueOfAmerica possessed a divine, flaming sword FlamingSword so sharp it could cut through dimensional barriers, even the ones separating the living realm from Heaven and Purgatory.
* In the Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} story ''Comicbook/DemonSpawn'', villain Nightflame's magic sword can cut anything, including dimensional barriers.



* ComicBook/{{Wolverine}} from the ''ComicBook/XMen'' has adamantium claws in his hands. Very, very sharp adamantium claws. There are very few things that they can't cut. He lampshades this in the first issue of his first solo series[[note]]well before the "bone claws" reveal[[/note]]:

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* ComicBook/{{Wolverine}} Franchise/{{Wolverine}} from the ''ComicBook/XMen'' has adamantium claws in his hands. Very, very sharp adamantium claws. There are very few things that they can't cut. He lampshades this in the first issue of his first solo series[[note]]well before the "bone claws" reveal[[/note]]:



* Warblade of the ''ComicBook/WildCATS'' can fashion parts of his body to make blades as sharp as he wants. How sharp? Sharp enough to cut the NighInvulnerable ComicBook/CaptainAtom.

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* Warblade of the ''ComicBook/WildCATS'' can fashion parts of his body to make blades as sharp as he wants. How sharp? Sharp enough to cut the NighInvulnerable {{Nigh Invulnerab|ility}}le ComicBook/CaptainAtom.



* In ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'' manga comics there is a tale of a dwarven blacksmith. He is regarded as the best weaponsmith in the world. After his son is killed by one of his weapons he forges the best weapon he has ever crafted for the purpose to avenge his son. To test his blade he he destroys his own anvil with a single one-handed strike.

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* In ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'' manga comics there is a tale of a dwarven blacksmith. He is regarded as the best weaponsmith in the world. After his son is killed by one of his weapons he forges the best weapon he has ever crafted for the purpose to avenge his son. To test his blade he he destroys his own anvil with a single one-handed strike.



* In ''Fanfic/WithStringsAttached'', the Hunter's {{BFS}} Blackfire, inspired by [[Literature/TheElricSaga Stormbringer]], flaming black, was sharp enough to slightly cut the NighInvulnerable Paul's arm and draw a bit of blood.

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* In ''Fanfic/WithStringsAttached'', the Hunter's {{BFS}} Blackfire, inspired by [[Literature/TheElricSaga Stormbringer]], flaming black, was sharp enough to slightly cut the NighInvulnerable {{Nigh Invulnerab|ility}}le Paul's arm and draw a bit of blood.



*** Ichirō Yashida's samurai swords [[spoiler:which actually cut through Wolverine's claws.]]

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*** Ichirō Yashida's samurai swords [[spoiler:which actually cut through Wolverine's claws.]]claws]].



** Carrot's sword is sharp enough to pierce a solid stone pillar. It is the long-lost sword of the Kings of Ankh, and the Disc's rules of NarrativeCausality insist that such a historic weapon ''must'' be sharp enough to do such things. His ancestors specifically didn't want a magical sword; they wanted a sword that was ''really good at killing people''.

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** Carrot's sword is sharp enough to pierce a solid stone pillar. It is the long-lost sword of the Kings of Ankh, and the Disc's rules of NarrativeCausality [[TheoryOfNarrativeCausality narrative causality]] insist that such a historic weapon ''must'' be sharp enough to do such things. His ancestors specifically didn't want a magical sword; they wanted a sword that was ''really good at killing people''.



* The main character of the ''Literature/{{Safehold}}'' series has one of these, it's made of some super-hi-tech alloy that's nearly indestructible to boot, he actually considered making an even sharper blade with an edge SharpenedToASingleAtom, but decided that was overkill. It helps that the character in question is a RidiculouslyHumanRobot with SuperStrength who can thus put enough force behind the blade to slice an opponent's own sword into bits. Later he gives another character a similar blade.

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* The main character of the ''Literature/{{Safehold}}'' series has one of these, it's made of some super-hi-tech alloy that's nearly indestructible to boot, he actually considered making an even sharper blade with an edge SharpenedToASingleAtom, but decided that was overkill. It helps that the character in question is a RidiculouslyHumanRobot {{Ridiculously Human Robot|s}} with SuperStrength who can thus put enough force behind the blade to slice an opponent's own sword into bits. Later he gives another character a similar blade.



* In ''Literature/ForgingDivinity'', the Sae'kes has a cutting aura that appears to disintegrate anything it comes into contact with. It's such a powerful weapon that [[spoiler: Taelien, who owns the weapon currently, can't even use it properly after years of training.]] It's also been shown cutting into [[spoiler: other powerful artifacts, such as the Heartlance.]]

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* In ''Literature/ForgingDivinity'', the Sae'kes has a cutting aura that appears to disintegrate anything it comes into contact with. It's such a powerful weapon that [[spoiler: Taelien, who owns the weapon currently, can't even use it properly after years of training.]] training]]. It's also been shown cutting into [[spoiler: other powerful artifacts, such as the Heartlance.]] Heartlance]].



* In ''Creator/SternPinball's'' ''[[Pinball/XMenStern X-Men]]'', ComicBook/{{Wolverine}}'s claws are shown slicing through the playfield. The Wolverine Limited Edition table also has his claws gouging the sides of the backbox.

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* In ''Creator/SternPinball's'' ''[[Pinball/XMenStern X-Men]]'', ComicBook/{{Wolverine}}'s Franchise/{{Wolverine}}'s claws are shown slicing through the playfield. The Wolverine Limited Edition table also has his claws gouging the sides of the backbox.



** The major artifact sword Angelwing Razor is so sharp, it can cut through literally anything, bypassing all forms of hardness and damage reduction. this includes barriers of pure magic that have no actual material substance.

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** The major artifact sword Angelwing Razor is so sharp, it can cut through literally anything, bypassing all forms of hardness and damage reduction. this This includes barriers of pure magic that have no actual material substance.



** [[IncrediblyLamePun "Close to none."]]

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** [[IncrediblyLamePun [[{{Pun}} "Close to none."]]



[[GameplayAndStorySegregation Their effectiveness in combat, though, does not meet the description.]] [[JustifiedTrope Justified]] in that they've spent 200 years in a corrosive, toxic miasma. The chemicals probably dulled them somewhat; however, they're still very effective limb loppers, which is good in an environment where most enemies are best dealt with by lopping off a limb. You can actually clean the blades; still not quite the trope, but close—they become ''twice'' as good at cutting off limbs.
* Geralt of Rivia's swords in ''VideoGame/TheWitcher'' are described as being absurdly sharp. Later on in the game if the player [[spoiler:kills Vincent. The Guards originally believe only a Scythe would have been sharp enough to kill him.]]
* ''VideoGame/BaldursGateII'' has the Silver Sword, which is a vorpal blade as outlined under the Dungeons & Dragons rules above. It has a 25% chance to instantly kill anything it hits. (Although most bosses are immune.) The ExpansionPack, ''VideoGame/BaldursGateIIThroneOfBhaal'', added the [[AnAxeToGrind Axe of the Unyielding]] and the [[BladeOnAStick Ravager halberd]] which have a similar chance for an instant kill.
* In the VideoGame/MetalGear universe:

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[[GameplayAndStorySegregation Their effectiveness in combat, though, does not meet the description.]] [[JustifiedTrope Justified]] {{Justified|Trope}} in that they've spent 200 years in a corrosive, toxic miasma. The chemicals probably dulled them somewhat; however, they're still very effective limb loppers, which is good in an environment where most enemies are best dealt with by lopping off a limb. You can actually clean the blades; still not quite the trope, but close—they become ''twice'' as good at cutting off limbs.
* Geralt of Rivia's swords in ''VideoGame/TheWitcher'' are described as being absurdly sharp. Later on in the game if the player [[spoiler:kills Vincent. The Guards originally believe only a Scythe would have been sharp enough to kill him.]]
him]].
* ''VideoGame/BaldursGateII'' has the Silver Sword, which is a vorpal blade as outlined under the Dungeons ''Dungeons & Dragons Dragons'' rules above. It has a 25% chance to instantly kill anything it hits. (Although most bosses are immune.) The ExpansionPack, ''VideoGame/BaldursGateIIThroneOfBhaal'', added the [[AnAxeToGrind Axe of the Unyielding]] and the [[BladeOnAStick Ravager halberd]] which have a similar chance for an instant kill.
* In the VideoGame/MetalGear ''VideoGame/MetalGear'' universe:



* ''VideoGame/MinecraftStoryMode'': [[spoiler:The enchanted weapon made for the final battle in Episode 4, able to slice Wither Storm tentacles with ease.]]

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* ''VideoGame/MinecraftStoryMode'': [[spoiler:The enchanted weapon made for the final battle in Episode 4, able to slice Wither Storm tentacles with ease.]]ease]].



* 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 armor when Washington throws it.]]it]].



* In Garth Graham's ''FindersKeepers'', there is a knife that is literally, the Cutting Edge. Of course, ''Finder's Keepers'' is about the realm of Faerie, so [[LiteralMinded things are automatically literal]].
* Bro's swords in ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'' have cut through wooden ventriloquist's dummies, (extremely shitty) swords, ''meteors'' and [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking the design on Dave's shirt]] ''[[BeyondTheImpossible without cutting the shirt]]'' in one stroke. [[SerialEscalation Later he tops the record once more]], by cutting into the Beat Mesa, which otherwise requires Infinity Plus One Magical Needles to do.
** Presumably, [[spoiler:Dirk's sword is capable of the same thing since [[Main/ItMakesSenseInContext he is Bro.]] It's revealed that this sword is somehow an mythical artifact of the Cherubs which probably explains it.]]

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* In Garth Graham's ''FindersKeepers'', ''WebComic/FindersKeepers'', there is a knife that is literally, the Cutting Edge. Of course, ''Finder's Keepers'' is about the realm of Faerie, so [[LiteralMinded things are automatically literal]].
* Bro's swords in ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'' have cut through wooden ventriloquist's dummies, (extremely shitty) swords, ''meteors'' and [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking the design on Dave's shirt]] ''[[BeyondTheImpossible without cutting the shirt]]'' in one stroke. [[SerialEscalation Later he tops the record once more]], by cutting into the Beat Mesa, which otherwise requires Infinity Plus One Magical Needles to do.
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do. Presumably, [[spoiler:Dirk's sword is capable of the same thing since [[Main/ItMakesSenseInContext [[ItMakesSenseInContext he is Bro.]] It's revealed that this sword is somehow an mythical artifact of the Cherubs which probably explains it.]]it]].



* In ''[[CKarrus CKarrus]]'' Tombstone's sword is large enough to cut a [[AbsurdlySharpBlade large military grade vehicle in half]].

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* In ''[[CKarrus CKarrus]]'' Tombstone's sword is large enough to cut a [[AbsurdlySharpBlade large military grade vehicle in half]].half.



* The Literature/WhateleyUniverse stories have a few of these. The magical sword Destiny's Wave, wielded by [[ChosenOne The Handmaid Of The Tao]] (a superheroine codenamed Bladedancer). In the hands of the rightful user, it can cut through anything (even unstoppable superhuman bricks), if the Tao requires it. At other times, it is as blunt and harmless as you'd expect of a blade made of white jade. And then there's Toni's mithril Kukri, Fey's scimitar Malachim's Feather, and Hank's PK shortswords.

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* The Literature/WhateleyUniverse stories have a few of these. The magical sword Destiny's Wave, wielded by [[ChosenOne [[TheChosenOne The Handmaid Of The Tao]] (a superheroine codenamed Bladedancer). In the hands of the rightful user, it can cut through anything (even unstoppable superhuman bricks), if the Tao requires it. At other times, it is as blunt and harmless as you'd expect of a blade made of white jade. And then there's Toni's mithril Kukri, Fey's scimitar Malachim's Feather, and Hank's PK shortswords.



** Sokka's "[[ThunderboltIron space sword]]". Its sharpness doesn't come up that often, but during the invasion, he cuts through a ballista in one swing. In the finale, [[spoiler:to stop fire benders, he throws the sword and even without any weight backing it up, it cleanly slices through a sturdy metal platform. Moments before that, it also works against him, when [[BladeBrake his attempt to stop a fall by stabbing the hull of the airship]] just results in the sword shearing through the metal until they reach the bottom and keep falling.]]

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** Sokka's "[[ThunderboltIron space sword]]". Its sharpness doesn't come up that often, but during the invasion, he cuts through a ballista in one swing. In the finale, [[spoiler:to stop fire benders, he throws the sword and even without any weight backing it up, it cleanly slices through a sturdy metal platform. Moments before that, it also works against him, when [[BladeBrake his attempt to stop a fall by stabbing the hull of the airship]] just results in the sword shearing through the metal until they reach the bottom and keep falling.]]falling]].



* PlayedWith in the ''WesternAnimation/ThunderCats2011'' episode "The Duelist and the Drifter" where several swordsmen in an AdventureTown {{Invoke|d Trope}} this in the local sword competition, each bragging of their blade and striking a towering, giant boulder to see how deeply it cuts (one prideful PigMan sees his sword [[SubvertedTrope shatter on impact]].) Only young hero Lion-O makes good on his boast, as his Sword of Omens totally cleaves the boulder in two with a classic DiagonalCut, winning him a hefty purse.

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* PlayedWith [[PlayingWithATrope Played with]] in the ''WesternAnimation/ThunderCats2011'' episode "The Duelist and the Drifter" where several swordsmen in an AdventureTown {{Invoke|d Trope}} {{invoke|dTrope}} this in the local sword competition, each bragging of their blade and striking a towering, giant boulder to see how deeply it cuts (one prideful PigMan sees his sword [[SubvertedTrope shatter on impact]].) Only young hero Lion-O makes good on his boast, as his Sword of Omens totally cleaves the boulder in two with a classic DiagonalCut, winning him a hefty purse.
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* In ''Anime/TenchiMuyo'', Tenchi discovers the Master Key and is dismayed that it's just a rusted piece of junk. However, when he accidentally breaks the blade, it ends up splitting a rock in half and later learns the sword is actually a LaserSword.


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* In ''Film/DOADeadOrAlive'', an early fight between Kasumi and Ayane comes to a standstill to have Kasumi's discarded kimono fall on Ayane's katana, splitting it clean in half.
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* In ''Fanfic/WithStringsAttached'', the Hunter's {{BFS}} Blackfire, a [[Literature/TheElricSaga Stormbringer]] {{Expy}}, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin flaming black]], was sharp enough to slightly cut the NighInvulnerable Paul's arm and draw a bit of blood.

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* In ''Fanfic/WithStringsAttached'', the Hunter's {{BFS}} Blackfire, a inspired by [[Literature/TheElricSaga Stormbringer]] {{Expy}}, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Stormbringer]], flaming black]], black, was sharp enough to slightly cut the NighInvulnerable Paul's arm and draw a bit of blood.
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* In the Franchise/MetalGear universe:

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* In the Franchise/MetalGear VideoGame/MetalGear universe:
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* ''Literature/WayOfChoices'' has Stainless, the sword Chen Changsheng receives from his master which is paired with a scabbard that doubles as a BagOfHolding. In the TV show, it's called the purity blade.
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* In ''Anime/FateStayNightUnlimitedBladeWorks'', falling leaves land on Assassin's sword and split on contact.
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** [[WesternAnimation/KungFuPanda3 The third film]]'s villain Kai carries a pair of jade swords on chains that can pierce through ''and'' slice ''solid rock''!

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** [[WesternAnimation/KungFuPanda3 The third film]]'s villain Kai carries a pair of jade swords on chains that can pierce through ''and'' slice ''solid rock''!and ''slice'' solid rock!
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