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Weapon #1304

Lion's Roar
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TypeSword
Rarity
Base Attack42
Secondary StatATK
Secondary Stat Value9
Special (passive) AbilityBane of Fire and Thunder
Special (passive) Ability DescriptionIncreases DMG against opponents affected by Pyro or Electro by 20%.
In-game DescriptionA sharp blade with extravagant carvings that somehow does not compromise on durability and sharpness. It roars like a lion as it cuts through the air.
Stat Progression
LevelBase AtkATKAscension Materials
1429
55610.5
107412.3
159114.1
2010915.9
20+13515.9
x3
x3
x2
x5000
2515217.7
3017019.5
3518721.4
4020523.2
40+23123.2
x3
x12
x8
x15000
4524825
5026626.8
50+29226.8
x6
x6
x6
x20000
5530928.6
6032730.4
60+35330.4
x3
x12
x9
x30000
6537032.3
7038834.1
70+41434.1
x6
x9
x6
x35000
7543135.9
8044937.7
80+47537.7
x4
x18
x12
x45000
8549239.5
9051041.3
Special Ability Progression (Refine)
Refine Material:
Lion's Roar
Refine Level 1Increases DMG against opponents affected by Pyro or Electro by 20%.
Refine Level 2Increases DMG against opponents affected by Pyro or Electro by 24%.
Refine Level 3Increases DMG against opponents affected by Pyro or Electro by 28%.
Refine Level 4Increases DMG against opponents affected by Pyro or Electro by 32%.
Refine Level 5Increases DMG against opponents affected by Pyro or Electro by 36%.
Weapon Gallery
Item Story

Rumored to be a legendary sword of Liyue.
It was said its sheath was made with eaglewood, decorated with mica, and engraved with the imagery of war.
This priceless sheath, however, was lost.
To the blade, the sheath was its prison, keeping it from its true purpose.
The blade is so sharp that its victims would only realize they had been struck an hour later.

It is said that Kunwu forged this prized sharp sword in just one day, though he worked all day and all night to do so.
But when Kunwu's aged master saw his apprentice's work, he clenched his fists, sighed in anguish, and beat the ground with his staff.
"O, pitiful is this thing most merciless in all the world."
The master let out a final, long sigh, and hobbled away.

Kunwu pondered his master's words for three days, and did not touch a single blade in that time.
Then, he spent a whole year painstakingly carving an eaglewood sheath.

Kunwu thought that an elegant and opulent scabbard would surely suffice to subdue the wildness and violence of the blade.
But then the prized sword was lost among the common folk. The sharp blade survived, but all that remained of the scabbard was its story.
For the sharp blade seeks only to bathe in the blood of its victims, and no sheath can be made that will curb this desire.

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