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Claymore screen.jpg

Weapon Overview[]

Required Level: 40 The Claymore is the biggest, heaviest, cutting weapon in the game. It has a huge amount of raw power, but suffers from being the slowest weapon when not sheathed to your back. It makes up for this with wide swings to cover areas and the ability to block. The Claymore also has the ability to charge attacks making it great for taking advantage of vulnerable beasts.

Weapon Stats[]

Physical Attack: ★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Attribute attack: ★ ★ ★
Defense: ★ ★ ★
Movement Speed: ★
Attack Speed: ★
Attack Range: ★ ★ ★ ★
Difficulty to get started: ★ ★ ★

Skill Commands
Vertical slash Leftclick.gif
Unsheath, vertical slash (faster) Weapon sheathed and moving + Leftclick.gif
Horizontal slash Rightclick.gif
Uppercut Bothclick.gif
Begin charge attack Moving + hold Leftclick.gif (release Leftclick.gif to attack)
Begin charge attack Press and hold Leftclick.gif
Release charge Begin charge + Leftclick.gif
Block Shift.gif
Unsheathe, block (faster) Weapon sheathed + Shift.gif + E.gif

Weapon Mastery[]

Primary Article: Claymore Mastery
A Hunter can learn many skills to enhance their abilities with Claymores and gain a wider arrange attacks.

Weapons Crafting[]

Level 40[]

Level 45[]

  • Chela Claw SWOR
  • RE W.Wolf Sword
  • Fin Sword

Level 50[]

  • Sand Ray Sword
  • Fin Blade Sword
  • Red Tooth Blade

Level 55[]

Level 60[]

  • Cabrite Sword
  • Beast Blade
  • G-Demon Claymore
  • Brutal Sword
  • Bee Glaive
  • Ice Claymore

Level 65[]

  • Soul Glaive
  • Flower Claymore

Level 70[]

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