With so many different anime available to watch, many of which feature fast-paced action scenes, there are many different ways creators can make specific battles and characters stand out. turn on. For example, how a character fights or what they fight with can be as distinct a characteristic as any other in the anime world.
Below are the most interesting unique weapons used by the characters, always making their battles more interesting. These 10 weapons are unusual, creative, or open up possibilities that no other anime can offer.
Killua’s 10 Yo-Yos (Hunter x Hunter)
While characters fighting with yo-yos are not uncommon in Yoshihiro Togashi’s work, it is still notable when it comes to unique anime weapons. In Hunter x Hunter, Killua is seen fighting with two specially made yo-yos, each weighing approximately 110 lbs combined with his Nen ability. While yo-yos are powerful enough when combined with Killua’s inherent strength, they can also be used to channel his aura, essentially electrocuting enemies upon contact. In a stunning moment, Killua’s yo-yo missed Sub’s face by inches, only to punch a large hole in the trunk of a nearby tree, clearly showing how much damage they can do to a person.
Kurama’s 9 Trees (YuYu Hakusho)
One of the weapons most commonly used by Kurama in YuYu Hakusho is the Rose Whip. Kurama’s ability to control and use plants comes from his ability to channel demonic energy into plants. In particular, his Rose Whip uses his demonic energy to grow from a rose seed, into a rose, and then his patented thorn whip. He also often transforms other plants by growing them into creatures that join him in battle. Another cunning method he performs in the League of Shadows arc is planting Death Plant Seeds, which will take root in the body and then detach from the victim’s body, killing them instantly. instantly. With his genius sense of taste, Kurama often keeps seeds in his hair, meaning he always has access to his arsenal.
8 Kugisaki’s Hammer and Nails (Jujutsu Kaisen)
Kugisaki’s iconic hammer – decorated with a small heart – can be used along with nails and straw dolls to channel cursed energy. The weapon set has many uses, but the most visually impressive is Kugisaki shooting nails like bullets and using straw dolls as mannequins to impart wounds to his targets. Kugisaki’s cursed energy causes the spikes to float, creating an incredible aesthetic, while the straw dolls have unlimited range as long as Kugisaki has something from his target to tether them to the weapon. gas.
Caesar’s 7 Bubbles (JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure)
Caesar is a talented user of a form of energy called Hamon, or Ripple, from the second season of JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure. Fighting alongside Joseph Joestar, Caesar used gloves that released a soapy substance to create bubbles and then infused Hamon. Caesar created a variety of techniques to take full advantage of this unique combination, including using denser bubbles as projectiles or as means of refracting light to create powerful beams. . JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure’s unique mastery of color makes these bubbles as visually appealing as they are deadly.
6 Yata Skateboards (Project K)
Capable of wielding weapons with the power of HOMRA’s Red Aura, Yata is a speedy demon warrior. Yata often imbues fiery power into bo staffs or metal staves, making them powerful in battle. However, what makes Yata’s battles so visually impressive is his skateboard. Yata uses the board to constantly move, always attacking from a new angle and with speed. Of course, the board itself can also be infused with aura, making it a powerful weapon in its own right. Yata’s scenes are often shot like homemade skateboarding videos, giving a true sense of realism to his skateboarding skills – his skateboarding acrobatics feel real, which making the damage they cause even more impressive.
5 Bakugo’s Sweat (My Hero Academia)
While Bakugo’s use of explosions is not unusual, the way those explosions occur is more unique. His powers manifest in the ability to secrete sweat from his palms similar to nitroglycerin, which he can then ignite to cause an explosion. This means that the more he sweats in battle, the stronger his explosions become. Large grenade-shaped containers on his arms serve to contain sweat so he can perform more focused, larger-scale explosions when necessary. He can even use his explosions as an effective means of propulsion or to help minimize possible damage. What truly makes Bakugo’s sweat perfect is that it reflects his own explosive nature, serving as a perfect metaphor for all the expectations and emotions he’s trying to contain. explode in unexpected ways.
4 Gon fishing rod (Hunter x Hunter)
While Gon ditched the fishing rod midway through Hunter x Hunter – when he learned Nen and relied more on his Jajanken – there’s a reason why fans still protest that it should have been included in the fighting style of Older brother. A sturdy stick to use in combat, Gon also uses the pole to grab distant objects and use them in battle, or even change the environment by creating hazards. . His dexterity allows him to grab small objects such as Hisoka’s badge, but it is also capable of lifting enormous heavy objects, such as the Master of the Swamp. Adding an interesting point to this weapon, Gon often uses buoys to attack and disorient the enemy.
Capone Bege’s 3 cannons (One Piece)
One Piece is full of quirky characters with many unique abilities that they gain through eating Devil Fruits. However, Capone Bege of the Fire Tank Pirates and the Worst Generation stands out and is strange even by anime standards. Capone consumed the Shiro Hiro no Mi, turning his body into a literal fortress. Thanks to his Devil Fruit abilities, Capone can contain large amounts of individuals within his body, can create cannon gates and drawbridges, and is even equipped with cannons. He’s a walking (or rather rolling) siege weapon, and unfortunately, he acts like it.
Mitsuri Kanroji’s 2 Whip Swords (Demon Slayer)
Kanroji, like most members of the Demon Slayer Corps, fights with the Nichirin Sword. However, what makes her weapon unique – and shown off in some incredibly vivid battle scenes – is its shape and versatility. Technically classified as a whip-katana, Kanroji’s weapon requires extensive manufacturing expertise to create. It acts like a whip, yet is sharp enough to cut through a variety of hard materials, including demons, and is composed of the essential Nichirin ore. The design and length of her whip sword also allows her to launch long-range attacks and slice opponents from multiple angles, turning battles into a deadly whirlwind dance. In a wild twist, this ‘impossible’ weapon is actually based on real-life urumi – a coiled blade used as a whip.
1 Mirai’s Bloodline (Exceeding Limits)
Mirai Kuriyama is one of the main characters of the Beyond the Boundary series and a descendant of the Spirit World Warriors. Warriors of the Spirit World have the ability to manipulate blood, and Mirai’s ability to manipulate hemoglobin is limited only by the amount of blood she has in her body. Mirai often uses her power to forge a blood sword, but this is only part of her potential. Her blood can also be corroded and can even be injected into enemies to attack them from the inside. It’s a twisted world where being struck by a sword made from the user’s blood is the least crude option for what their powers can do.
The anime above creates incredible weapons, often by imbuing everyday objects with special energy. There is special joy in witnessing epic, epic battle scenes fought with everyday objects such as hammers and nails or soap bubbles. As cool as traditional, ornate weapons may be, the anime weapons above are awesome precisely because they break all the rules of what a ‘weapon’ can be, giving fans Something really new.