|A swift and hungry blade that is never satisfied with just one kill.|
|Shots||2 (arc gap: 25°)|
|Damage||150–175 (average: 162.5 / total: 325)|
|Projectile Speed||13 tiles/second|
|Range||3.38 tiles (true range: 2.25 tiles)|
|Forging Cost||45 / 90 / 400 / 1|
|Dismantling Value||15 / 30|
|Drops From||Archdemon Malphas
Standard Quest Chest
Heroic Archdemon Malphas
|Obtained Through||Current offers on RealmEye’s trading pages|
|Drops From||Oryx the Mad God 1
Mid-high level dungeons
|Obtained Through||Grand Bazaar ( 3950 / 525)|
The Demon Blade stands out among the UT Swords for its signature two-shot, V-shaped firing pattern creating a 25 degree angle. While it deals less damage per shot than other swords, its second shot massively increases the overall damage output of the sword, making it one of the highest DPS weapons in the game when both shots hit. The Pixie-Enchanted Sword deals more damage against Armor Broken opponents, though DBlade will outdamage even at single-digit DEF values, and can be traded or forged for.
To utilise the full potential of this sword, one must move in close so that both shots hit simultaneously. Bosses that are safe to stand on, such as Dr. Terrible and Pentaract Towers, are obvious targets, though easier bosses like Stheno the Snake Queen can easily be approached with maxed DEF.
Certain abilities may make getting up close viable. Knights (especially with the Crystal Shield), a Paladin with the Seal of Blasphemous Prayer or a Warrior using the Helm of the Juggernaut can safely pummel many enemies at close range without much danger.
Before Patch X.33.1.0 (May 2020), this item had a Feed Power of 800.
Before Exalt Version 184.108.40.206 (Sep 2020), this item had the following sprites:
Before Exalt Version 220.127.116.11 (Aug 2021), this item was soulbound.
Before Exalt Version 18.104.22.168 (Mar 2022), this item had a 40° arc gap and a true range of 1.37.
|Limited Edition Swords|