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Gear Longsword.png
Weapon type Two-handed
Length (cm) 105 cm
Alt Length (cm) 60 cm
Points 15
Gold Cost ?
Level Requirement ?
Alt Mode Yes
Head damage 100/83/53/44
Torso damage 72/68/38/36
Leg damage 67/58/36/34
Wood damage 22
Stone damage 12
Windup (ms) 560 ms
Combo (ms) 735 ms
Release (ms) 500 ms
Recovery (ms) 550 ms
Miss cost 8
Feint cost 10
Morph cost 7
Stamina drain 19
Parry drain Negation 13
Stop on hit No
Can combo Yes
Hit knockback 110
Can flinch Yes
Turn Cap X 253.75
Turn Cap Y 177.625
Stab Head damage 80/70/60/43
Stab Torso damage 65/55/45/34
Stab Leg damage 60/50/35/30
Stab Wood damage 15
Stab Stone damage 7
Stab Windup (ms) 625 ms
Stab Combo (ms) 850 ms
Stab Release (ms) 350 ms
Stab Stamina drain 18
Stab Turn Cap X 285
Stab Turn Cap Y 199.5
Alt Mode - Strike
Head damage 74/63/61/60
Torso damage 44/43/41/40
Leg damage 39/38/36/35
Wood damage 18
Stone damage 22
Windup (ms) 550 ms
Combo (ms) 750 ms
Recovery (ms) 400 ms
Stop on hit Yes
Hit knockback 100
Turn Cap X 275
Turn Cap Y 192.5
Alt Mode - Stab
Stab Head damage 44/43/41/40
Stab Torso damage 29/28/26/25
Stab Leg damage 24/18/16/15
Stab Wood damage 10
Stab Stone damage 2
Stab Combo (ms) 775 ms
Stab Release (ms) 350 ms
Stab Miss cost 7
Stab Stamina drain 17
Stab Turn Cap X 312.5
Stab Turn Cap Y 218.75
Block movement None
Is block held No

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The Longsword is a versatile two-handed weapon which can be held in the mordhau grip.


Alt Mode: Changes into the mordhau grip.

Gear Cost: 14 points


  • Fast swing speed.
  • Good 19 stamina drain on hit.
  • Medium range.
  • Can combo.


  • Short range while in the mordhau grip.
  • Mediocre damage to Tier 2 and Tier 3 armor while not in alt mode.

Skins / Components[]

The Longsword has 4 skins.

Default skin component table
Component Cost ID Color Set

Historical References[]

Longsword is a broad term that includes tons of different sword types.

What most of them have in common is the grip meant for two-handed use, the straight blade with a point on top, the crossguard and the length of 100 cm to 140 cm.

There were early examples dating back all the way to the 12th century, although they were pretty rare at that time, they became very popular during the 14th century as armor became better and shields weren't necessary anymore which left one hand empty. As armor progressed longswords developed into having thinner blades to get a sharper point since cutting was almost useless against armored opponents and having a sharper point helped penetrating the mail on weak spots such as the armpits, the groin, the inside of the gauntlets (which usually had no mail at all) or the inside of the ellbows.

In a battlefield situation they were only used as a backup weapon, in case your main weapon (which would usually be some kind of polearm) broke or got dropped. In towns and cities they were used as a status symbol, to display your wealth and as a basic self defence tool.

Longswords then started to dissapear as the 16th century went on, they were used in civilian fencing clubs up to the 17th century. In recent years many fencing schools appered, using 15th to 17th century fighting manuals as a source to recreate it.

Bastard swords also fall into the longsword category.

Notes and Trivia[]

The long sword is the first weapon used in the tutorial.

Seymour is seen with the supporter skin for the longsword in horde mode.