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Gear Falx.png
Weapon type Two-handed
Length (cm) 105 cm
Points 18
Gold Cost ?
Level Requirement ?
Head damage 100/100/70/60
Torso damage 100/95/50/40
Leg damage 100/90/40/35
Wood damage 30
Stone damage 25
Windup (ms) 650 ms
Combo (ms) 850 ms
Release (ms) 500 ms
Recovery (ms) 700 ms
Miss cost 11
Feint cost 10
Morph cost 7
Stamina drain 20
Parry drain Negation 13
Stop on hit No
Can combo Yes
Hit knockback 125
Can flinch Yes
Turn Cap X 237.5
Turn Cap Y 166.25
Stab Head damage 32/30/27/25
Stab Torso damage 27/25/22/20
Stab Leg damage 17/15/12/10
Stab Wood damage 15
Stab Stone damage 10
Stab Release (ms) 350 ms
Stab Miss cost 9
Stab Stamina drain 16
Stab Hit knockback 115
Stab Turn Cap X 262.5
Stab Turn Cap Y 183.75
Block movement None
Is block held No

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The Falx is a two-handed weapon.


Alt Mode: None.

Gear Cost: 18 points.


  • High swing damage.
  • Can instantly kill anyone wearing Tier 0 armor.
  • Good range.


  • Slow swings.
  • Expensive.
  • Low stab damage.

Skins / Components[]

The Falx has one skin, The Dacian Falx. This skin adds several components to it, allowing you to change the handle and the blade. The options you have for the blade are the reaper, harvest, and carving blade. These blade options mainly just change the curve of the weapon, harvest (the default option) curving the least, and the carving blade curving the most. The handle options are carved (the default option), ringed, and ? handles.

Historical References[]

The Falx was used from 100 b.C to 300 a.D and was surprisingly effective against the armor the romans wore at that time.

One of the reasons it managed to penetrate the roman armor was its pointed and foward facing tip (which isn't presented properly in the game) which had a similar effect like the back end of a warhammer. It was mainly used to hit parts that werent covered by their shield like the helmet.

It should be noted though that the armor the romans had at that time were far inferior to medieval plate armor.

Notes and Trivia[]

Contrary to blades such as the Scimitar, the Falx is sharpened on the inside of the curve.