There are various types of weapons that players can choose to take on mythical Kemono in Wild Hearts. If you don’t know yet, then Wild Hearts, a new monster-hunting game is out for some time now. The game takes players on a monster-hunting adventure through the fictional lands set in feudal Japan. Players have a plethora of weapons from claw blades, katanas, and hammers, all with their own unique strengths and move sets. In this article, we will take a look at the Balded Wagasa weapons list, and their uses in Wild Hearts.
Bladed Wagasa is a unique weapon in terms of both its look and its combat mechanic. To begin with, the weapon resembles an umbrella with blades at the ends of it, hence its name, Bladed Wagasa. Apart from the blistering speed of attacking, this weapon emphasizes the parrying and blocking mechanic as we shall see later in this article. So if you want to know more and make the most out of the Bladed Wagasa, then just read this article till the end.
Wild Hearts All Bladed Wagasa List & How to Use
So how many of these Bladed Wagasa are there in the game? Well, players would be glad to know that there are a total of 13 different variants. All of these variants have different stats making each of them unique. Here is a list of all the Bladed Wagasa and their stats, check them out!
- Aromatic Plum Bladed Wagasa: This weapon has an attack power of 78 and no elemental attribute.
- Battle Bladed Wagasa: With an attack power of 45 and no elemental attribute it’s a decent weapon.
- Creeping Vine Bladed Wagasa: This wood-element weapon has an attack power of 92.
- Creeping Vine Bladed Wagasa 2: Another wood-element weapon with an attack power of 122. This weapon deals greater damage than its predecessor.
- Edgestone Bladed Wagasa: This weapon has an attack power of 72 and no elemental attribute.
- Edgestone Bladed Wagasa 2: A high-tier version of Edgestone Bladed Wagasa with the same attack power.
- First Bloom Bladed Wagasa: This weapon has an attack power of 77 and no elemental attribute.
- Freshet Bladed Wagasa: This water-element weapon has an attack power of 79 and a 5% critical hit rate.
- Intoxicating Birch Bladed Wagasa: This weapon has an attack power of 92 and no elemental attribute.
- Intoxicating Birch Bladed Wagasa 2: A high-tier version of Intoxicating Birch Bladed Wagasa with the same attack power.
- Intoxicating Birch Bladed Wagasa 3: A further upgraded version of Intoxicating Birch Bladed Wagasa with an attack power of 135.
- Rocky Bladed Wagasa: Earth Shaker: This earth-element weapon has an attack power of 100.
- Yashima Bladed Wagasa: This powerful weapon has an attack power of 225 and a -20% critical hit rate.
Note that only Freshet Bladed Wagasa has a 5% chance of landing a critical hit. All the rest have a 0% chance, excluding the Yashima Bladed Wasaga as it comes with a -20% critical hit rate.
How to use them?
Coming to how to use them, keep in mind that the weapon specializes in fast slashing attacks that you can perform one after the other. In fact, Bladed Wagasa has a “Spindance Attack” which is capable of dealing damage to foes surrounding the player. To perform this Spindance Attack, a player needs to press the “square” button on a PS controller, the “X” button on an Xbox Controller, or the “Left-mouse” button on a PC.
While the Bladed Wagasa has a Weapon Guage which when filled lets players perform a deal more damage with each attack, it is different from the rest in the sense that, this gauge is filled with successful parrying and dodging. This weapon rewards you if you are able to pull off an effective parry/dodge followed by a counterattack. It may seem like a daunting task at first, but enough practice with this weapon is sure to make you comfortable with the parrying and dodging mechanic, making you a deadly hunter!
With that being said, we have come to the end of this article. Hopefully, with enough practice, you will be able to wield the Bladed Wagasa to its fullest potential. If you found this helpful, be sure to follow Digistatement for all your gaming-related queries.
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