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Beatrix Kiddo's Katana
BrideKatana
"Here comes the Bride"

Origin

Quentin Tarintino/'Kill Bill' Franchise/Beatrix "The Bride" Kiddo

Type

Prop Katana

Effects

Rends flesh and bone like butter

Downsides

Causes explosive hemophilia from wounds, fills wielder with vengeful rage.

Activation

Cutting

Collected by

Consultant Gellar

Section

Dionysus-336

Date of Collection

7-13-03

[Source]


2003: Kill Bill Volume 1 Edit

In Quentin Tarantino's take on the kung-fu genre, the audience follows former assassin Beatrix Kiddo as she gets revenge on the people who put her into a four-year coma and stole her child from her. To arm herself, she goes to former sword maker Hanzo Hattori who breaks his vow to never smith again to make her one last katana. According to Hattori: "If you to ever cross god, god would be cut."

The sword gained most of it's power from the film's chapter 'House Of Blue Leaves' and the showdown against the Crazy 88 which was known for the copious amount of blood spraying.

Abilities Edit

Despite fueling the user with revenge, the blade is almost on par with the Hojo Masamune for sharpness, capable of cleaving through human flesh and bone like a hot knife through butter. In addition, the slices that katana makes give off geysers of blood.

Today: Warehouse Edit

The sword was collected alongside the infamous yellow motorcycle suit with assistance from Warehouse Consultant Sarah Michelle Gellar. Typically, they are stored with the 'Bury The Hatchet' Hatchet in order to counter-act the strong revenge-fueled emotions that they give off.

When the Terra-Cotta Army was accidentally activated, Tyler traded in his family's heirloom for the Katana and 'slayed' a fair amount of the clay soldiers before being gooed by one of the others consultants. To quote him: "Between the goo and the blood, I think I'm going to need a shower...or ten."

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