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26th May '16 11:36:46 AM Willbyr
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* PrincessWaltz seems to want to go for awesome because when Princess Iris uses her Eldhi Arc's ultimate sword evolution, the damn thing grows large enough to smite A CASTLE SIZED MAGIC GOLEM! To be fair, said golem was wielding a massive {{BFS}} of its own.

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* PrincessWaltz ''VisualNovel/PrincessWaltz'' seems to want to go for awesome because when Princess Iris uses her Eldhi Arc's ultimate sword evolution, the damn thing grows large enough to smite A CASTLE SIZED MAGIC GOLEM! To be fair, said golem was wielding a massive {{BFS}} of its own.
24th May '16 8:30:17 AM ZeroReaper
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** The Demon Great Machete, which requires a stunning 40 Strength to wield. The Capra Demons dual wield these.

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** The Demon Great Machete, which requires a stunning 40 Strength to wield. The Capra Demons dual wield ''dual wield'' these.


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* ''Videogame/DarkSoulsIII'' takes the cake for the series, with Yhorm the Giant wielding a machete the size of a ''semi-trailer''. It's positively gargantuan, and can kill the player in a single blow if they aren't careful.
24th May '16 3:27:08 AM M84
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* In ''Videogame/SaltAndSanctuary'', the Greatswords are as long, if not longer, than the player character is tall. This includes the perfectly mundane Kureimoa (claymore).
18th May '16 2:01:55 AM Perseus
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* The final class of ''VideoGame/EtrianOdyssey IV'', [[spoiler:Imperials]], wield "drive blades", massive swords with powerful {{Magitek}} motors built into the blade. They're so huge that they prevent the wielder from holding a [[ChoiceOfTwoWeapons second weapon]], though fortunately regular sword skills can also be used with them.

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* The final class of ''VideoGame/EtrianOdyssey IV'', [[spoiler:Imperials]], wield "drive blades", drive blades, massive swords with powerful {{Magitek}} motors built into the blade. They're so huge that they prevent the wielder from holding a [[ChoiceOfTwoWeapons second weapon]], though fortunately regular sword skills can also be used with them.
18th May '16 1:57:55 AM Perseus
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* The final class of ''VideoGame/EtrianOdyssey IV'', [[spoiler:Imperials]], wield "drive blades", massive swords with powerful {{Magitek}} motors built into the blade. They're so huge that they prevent the wielder from holding a [[ChoiceOfTwoWeapons second weapon]], though fortunately regular sword skills can also be used with them.
14th May '16 10:23:39 AM Gamermaster
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** It took him exactly 8,47 seconds to draw that sword.

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** It took him exactly 8,47 8.47 seconds to draw that sword.
4th May '16 5:57:12 AM Wuz
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** A more specialized version of the ''nodachi'' was known as the ''zanbato'', "horse-killing sword" or "horse-chopping sword". It supposedly differed from the ''nodachi'' mainly by having a ricasso approximately 12-18 inches long, allowing it to be used as a short polearm as well as a sword against cavalry; similar to the German Zweihänder. It is said to be derived from the similar Chinese ''zhanmadao'' (also transated as "horse-chopping sword"). Unlike large ''nodachi'' and ''odachi'' ("great sword") of which we have some surviving examples, it is more doubtful whether the ''zanbato'' ever actually existed or would have been a usable weapon if it did.

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** A more specialized version of the ''nodachi'' was known as the ''zanbato'', "horse-killing sword" or "horse-chopping sword". It supposedly differed from the ''nodachi'' mainly by having a ricasso approximately 12-18 inches long, allowing it to be used as a short polearm as well as a sword against cavalry; similar to the German Zweihänder. It is said to be derived from the similar Chinese ''zhanmadao'' (also transated translated as "horse-chopping sword"). Unlike large ''nodachi'' and ''odachi'' ("great sword") of which we have some surviving examples, it is more doubtful whether the ''zanbato'' ever actually existed or would have been a usable weapon if it did.
20th Apr '16 5:52:01 PM KamenRiderOokalf
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* In ''{{Garo}}'', the title hero wields a reasonably-sized sword. With one of his later powerups, it can grow to grotesque proportions, allowing him to throw it, then jump on and ride it like a surfboard.

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* In ''{{Garo}}'', ''Series/{{Garo}}'', the title hero wields a reasonably-sized sword. With one of his later powerups, it can grow to grotesque proportions, allowing him to throw it, then jump on and ride it like a surfboard.
15th Apr '16 4:47:40 AM ChilledXSocks
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* The Godswords in ''VideoGame/{{Runescape}}'' are BFS weapons that the GODS fought over. They are some of the best weapons in the game damage-wise, and can be bought from other players for about 20-70 millions of GP. They are also really slow.

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* The Godswords in ''VideoGame/{{Runescape}}'' are BFS weapons that the GODS fought over. They are some were so powerful that they fetched prices upwards of the best 70 million GP when they were released. Of course, times have changed and [[InfinityPlusOneSword stronger weapons in came out]] over the game damage-wise, and can be bought from other players for about 20-70 millions of GP. They are also really slow.following years, but the godswords [[InfinityMinusOneSword still hold up in battle fairly well]].
13th Apr '16 9:55:20 PM BossKey
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** Arguably the most ludicrously oversized sword in the series belongs to Gilford the Legend in ''Anime/YuGiOhGX''. While it's pretty big in the first place, the guy who summoned Gilford proceeds to equip several more swords onto him, each of which is absorbed into Gilford's sword, making it even bigger. By the time he's done, the sword easily measures ''over twenty feet long''.



* Cattleya from ''Anime/QueensBlade'' wields a gaint two-handed sword appropriately named "Giant Killer".

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* Cattleya from ''Anime/QueensBlade'' wields a gaint giant two-handed sword appropriately named "Giant Killer".



** It is however [[InvertedTrope inverted]] with Defender, the Magical Knight and his, well, it would be generous to call that thing a "knife".

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** It is however [[InvertedTrope inverted]] with Defender, the Magical Knight and his, well, it would be generous to call that thing a "knife". Although, as the name suggests, he makes up for it with a Big Freaking ''[[LuckilyMyShieldWillProtectMe Shield]]''.
** Taken to ridiculous levels with Super Quantal Mech Sword - Magnaslayer. It's a giant LaserBlade designed to be wielded by a HumongousMecha, whose blade is roughly as long as said HumongousMecha is tall.
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