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|Discipline:||Disciple of War|
Description[edit | edit source]
Far across the rolling waves, towards the rising sun, there lies the island nation of Hingashi.
In the distant past, the realm's great lords vied for supremacy over its sea-girt confines in a long and bloody conflict. And taking to battle in their lieges' names were noble swordsmen whose art was forged in the crucible of war: the samurai.
Eventually, the nation was unified under one banner, and these warriors came to wield their katana not upon fields as part of an army, but upon streets as protectors of the peace.
But as a neglected blade grows dull with rust, so too do men forget their purpose. Amidst waning memories of the old ways, a determined few hold fast to their convictions, hands by katana grips, awaiting the moment for steel to sing.
Requirements[edit | edit source]
- Access to the Stormblood expansion
- Completed the main scenario quest The Ultimate Weapon
- At least one level 50 Disciple of Magic or War class or job
Trainers[edit | edit source]
Job gauge[edit | edit source]
Sen Gauge[edit | edit source]
The Sen Gauge displays which of the 3 Sen effects─Setsu (top), Getsu (left), and Ka (right)─are currently accumulated. Sen are required to perform Iaijutsu, the number of Sen accumulated determining which weaponskill will be executed─1 for Higanbana, 2 for Tenka Goken, and 3 for Midare Setsugekka.
Kenki Gauge[edit | edit source]
The Kenki Gauge displays the current amount of Kenki a samurai has accumulated. Kenki slowly builds in a samurai's blade through the successful execution of weaponskills. Kenki is required to execute special devastating attacks such as Hissatsu: Kaiten (acquired at level 52), Hissatsu: Gyoten (acquired at level 54), Hissatsu: Guren (acquired at level 70), and more.
Actions and traits[edit | edit source]
Quests[edit | edit source]
Patches[edit | edit source]
- Patch 4.0 - Stormblood (15 Jun 2017): Added.
Gallery[edit | edit source]
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