Mistsplitter Reforged (Japanese: 霧切の廻光 Kirigiri no Kaikou) is an Inazuman sword.
Ascensions and Stats
|Ascension Cost (0 → 1)|
|Ascension Cost (1 → 2)|
18 Chaos Gear
|Ascension Cost (2 → 3)|
|Ascension Cost (3 → 4)|
18 Chaos Axis
|Ascension Cost (4 → 5)|
14 Chaos Oculus
|Ascension Cost (5 → 6)|
27 Chaos Oculus
Total Cost (0 → 6)
One of the swords that the Shogun bestowed upon her Hatamoto. It is said that it can call upon the power of lightning itself to slice through the mountain mist and night fog.
It was once shattered into a thousand pieces. After being reforged, a hamon resembling flowing clouds was left on the blade.
As the folk song goes: "Arataki of the Front Gate, Iwakura the Successor, Kitain the Serpent, Takamine the Mistsplitter."
Thus do children who love martial arts list famous historical martial artists, and "Takamine the Mistsplitter" was the very same user of this sword.
This man once accompanied a member of the clergy, using the Mistsplitter to slay countless demons and Tatarigami.
He also learned archery from the Yougou Tengu, and passed that knowledge on to a person he loved.
However, Mistsplitter would have no successors, and now only exists within storybooks, artworks, and fairytales.
If he hadn't left his beloved bow to her as part of their wager, maybe things would've been different.
But real gamblers never regret, never care about "what ifs," and never feel remorse over "if onlys."
The foe flooded over like mist — and so he would just keep slashing away with that secret blade that could disperse the brumous night.
As long as his strikes were swift enough, he would pierce the dark night, and day would come again—
"Asase, our promise... No, say rather our great bet. I will not lose it, not for the world!"
"I shall return, and together with the bow that I'd wagered... I'll claim the future as my prize!"
Like a never-ending chain of lightning, he and Mistsplitter slew countless demons together.
Yet at the last, the sword was not as tenacious as the swordsman, and it gradually broke down.
And he became submerged in that thick dark mist...
In the end, only some of the blade's fragments were retrieved for reforging, such that the resultant weapon might inherit the Mistsplitter name.
As though holding onto a spider's thread hanging down in the dark, the samurai held the handle of his broken sword tightly.
Amidst the dark mist, he kept stubbornly reminding himself:
The result of our wager is still undecided. I must return to Asase's side...
Mistsplitter Reforged was promoted or featured with a drop-rate boost in 1 Event Wishes:
Epitome Invocation 2021-07-21
|July 21, 2021 – August 10, 2021|
- This weapon ties into the story of Takamine and Asase Hibiki, which is also expanded on in Shimenawa's Reminiscence and the Storm Cage piece of Emblem of Severed Fate.
- This weapon will have a purple aura if you have at least one stack of its passive.
|Language||Official Name||Literal Meaning|
|Mistcutter's Afterglow[• 1]|
Kirigiri no Kaikou
|Mistcutter's Afterglow[• 1]|
|Korean||안개를 가르는 회광
Angaereul gareuneun hwegwang
|The Reflection Which Cut Mist|
|Spanish||Reflejo de las Tinieblas||Reflection of the Darkness|
|French||Reflet de tranche-brume||Reflection of Mist-Slicer|
|Splitting the Mist[• 2]|
|Vietnamese||Ánh Sáng Đêm Sương Mù||Light of the Foggy Night|
|German||Widerschein des Nebelsplitters||Reflection of the Mistsplitter|
|Portuguese||Cortadora da Neblina Reforjada||Reforged Mist Cutter|
- ZH & JA: 霧切/雾切 = "mist" + "to cut"; 廻光/回光 = "round, revolve, go around" + "light."
- RU: Рассекающий Rassekayushchiy relates to the sword itself, not to the mist. In this case, Рассекающий туман Rassekayushchiy tuman would mean "The Sword Which Splits (the) Mist" or "Splitting the Mist".