|A heavily serrated blade set studded with thorns from the many ravenous plants of the Sulfurous Wetlands. The accursed magic used to mutate the native flora has been likewise imbued to these blades, enabling for a unique yet precise slashing technique.|
|Damage||65–100 (average: 82.5)|
|Projectile Speed||13.5 tiles/second|
|Effect(s)|| Shots hit multiple targets
Shots pass through obstacles
|Rate of Fire||130%|
|Forging Cost||90 / 120 / 720 / 1|
|Dismantling Value||30 / 40|
|Drops From||Heart of the Wetlands
Warped Ent Ancient
This weapon’s shot pattern is similar to normal tachis, except the shots start about 5 tiles away from the player and move inward. This results in an X shape that converges about 4 tiles away. This weapon cannot hit within 2 tiles in front of the player, as the shots boomerang before then.
Barely beats out T13 Tachi until 30 DEF, and totally surpassess T12 Tachi regardless of DEF.
Since higher tier Tachis are acquired through harder content, this weapon can be used as an upgrade from T12 throughout the mid-game dungeons, Of course, the lingering shots, fast firing speed, and slightly further true range compared to tiered Tachis comes with a cost of having a more demanding shot pattern and it’s damage being drastically affected by DEF, falling short on late-game dungeons.
Is worth noting that, on a , and target while having and , The Brambletooth Tachi somewhat matches the same DPS as the T14 on the same instance.
The rate of fire increase is not listed on the in-game weapon’s stats.