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Gear Partisan.png
Weapon type Two-handed
Length (cm) 115 cm
Points 21
Gold Cost 500
Alt Mode No
Throwable Yes
Head damage 35/30/20/15
Torso damage 25/20/15/10
Leg damage 20/15/10/5
Wood damage 20
Stone damage 2
Windup (ms) 625 ms
Combo (ms) 825 ms
Release (ms) 450 ms
Recovery (ms) 700 ms
Miss cost 11
Feint cost 10
Morph cost 7
Stamina drain 14
Parry drain Negation 13
Stop on hit Yes
Can combo Yes
Hit knockback 100
Can flinch Yes
Turn Cap X 250
Turn Cap Y 175
Stab Head damage 100/100/65/55
Stab Torso damage 100/75/60/50
Stab Leg damage 80/65/50/40
Stab Stone damage 10
Stab Windup (ms) 725 ms
Stab Combo (ms) 975 ms
Stab Release (ms) 300 ms
Stab Miss cost 12
Stab Morph cost 7
Stab Stamina drain 18
Stab Stop on hit No
Stab Hit knockback 135
Alt Mode - Strike
Alt Mode - Stab
Head damage 100/100/100/65
Torso damage 100/100/65/55
Leg damage 100/85/50/40
Projectile Speed 3000 cm/s
Gravity Scale 1.1
Block movement None
Is block held No

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Not to be confused with the Spear or Short Spear

The Partisan is a two-handed polearm known for its ability to kill an armored enemy in two hits.


The Partisan is a medium-length wooden shaft with a metal point on the end. It is similar to the spear or short spear, but it has the unrivaled ability to kill an enemy wearing a tier 3 chest plate in two hits when using the stab attack. However, it lacks the spear's extreme range and the short spear's cheap cost and ability to be used with one hand.

Alt Mode: Throws the weapon.


  • Extremely high damage stabs
  • Can combo
  • Stabs can cleave
  • Can be thrown


  • Strikes cannot cleave
  • Strikes do very little damage
  • Has poor swing manipulation

Skins / Components[]

The Partisan has X skins.

Default skin component table
Component Cost ID Color Set

Historical References[]

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Notes and Trivia[]

  • While the user has the Huntsman perk and meets its conditions, the thrown damage increases by 1.75x
  • The Partisan was originally called "Corseca" in testing. The name was changed when it was added to the game in Patch 21.
  • Despite being called a partisan, this weapon actually bears closer resemblance to a ranseur, as it lacks the cutting edge that real partisans have.