|Size*||8 x 6 x 2|
|Description||An illegally modified Strike Vanisher. Stealthier air-dashes and improved gunfire dodging.|
|Effect||Opponent bumped forward.|
|Ground Speed||128 hm/s|
|Jump Speed||224 hm/s|
|Jump Distance||60.0 in|
|*currently measured in inches|
How to obtainEdit
- Custom Robo Arena: Purchase Katana from the Underground Parts Shop for $500.00 during the Grudge Matches.
As Katana has 3 Stealth Dashes instead of 2, you will be able to dodge more attacks. In addition, it has a higher attack stat than the other Strike Vanisher models in the game. So, use a gun that fires quick and is decently powerful. Mainly focus on striking when the target is open and vanishing when the opponent is firing their gun.
|This is the default set that Scythe uses while inside the Greybaum base. This is a very simple set to be honest, so you shouldn't have too much trouble. However, the stage (Guillotine Wave) will be more of a nuisance for you due to the swords that pop up from undergound. Knock him into the blades and you should have an easy victory.|
To be added....
Plot Related DetailsEdit
The hero and Eddy eventually reach the bottom of Greybaum's base and encounter Scythe. Eddy battles against Scythe, who is presumed to have used Katana in the fight. Eddy wins the battle, but is wounded by Katana when it makes a sneak attack. It is revealed that the robo that Scythe used was a simple decoy robo. The hero then battles Scythe (who uses Katana this time) for the first time and wins. Scythe retreats into another room while the hero gives pursuit.
Katana returns in the post game, this time obtainable in the Underground. However, Scythe is no more due to Hadron absorbing his life force.
- Katana is named after the weapon of the same name.
- Nagamitsu is named after the swordsmiths of the same name that appeared throughout Japanese history.
- Its design resembles a samurai dressed in stylized battle armor with a gold helmet and belt, complete with purple and black body accents.