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Fang Blade as it appears in Tales of the Abyss.

Fang Blade (双牙斬 Sougazan?, "Pair Fang Slash"[1]) is a Warrior and Swordsman arte in the Tales series.

Arte Description and History

Fang Blade as it appears in Tales of Vesperia.

When this arte is used, the user slashes diagonally downward and sweeps around in a wide arc along the ground, then reverses the strike to finish with a powerful vertical uppercut that lifts the target as the user jumps. However, it is difficult to link this arte to any others since the enemy usually lands before the user, giving it time to recover and counterattack.

Although this arte is typical of the Warrior skillset, Leon Magnus obtains this skill in the remake versions of Tales of Destiny, in which it can be used both as a standalone arte and an extension to Kogahazan by using it twice immediately. In Tales of the Abyss, this skill can be used within a complete Wind or Light FOF Circle to convert it into Lightning Tiger Blade. In in the PlayStation 3 and Definitive Edition versions of Tales of Vesperia, as he recycles the fight animations of a generic imperial Knight Fencer enemy, Leblanc does not jump, but is able to chain it to another arte.

Appearances

Original Titles

Crossover Titles

In-Game Descriptions and Battle Quotes

Tales of Destiny (PS2) + Director's Cut

Japanese Description: 斬り下ろし、斬り上げと流れるように繋ぐ剣技。

Tales of the Abyss

Japanese Description: 斬り下ろしから斬り上げへと繋げる 二段斬りを行う特技。
Localized Description: "Slash the enemy down, then up into the air."[2]

Tales of the World: Radiant Mythology

Localized Description: "Base: Slash the enemy down, then up into the air."

Tales of Hearts R

Japanese Description: 斬りつけと斬り上げの 連続攻撃を行う技

Alternate Japanese Quote:はッ! くらえッ!

Tales of Zestiria

Japanese Description: 敵を斬りつけ、返しの刃で高く斬り上げる奥義。他の空中連携可能技に連携が可能。
Localized Description: "A hidden arte that slashes an enemy, then follows up with a rising blade. Can combo with other aerial combo moves."

Tales of the Rays

Japanese Description: 斬り下ろしから切り上げへの連携
Localized Description: "An attack that chains a downward slash into an upward strike."

References


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