Swords are bladed weapons used in the Epic Battle Fantasy series. Their most prominent player user is Matt, (while some foes also can hold swords) who is usually seen carrying a large array of swords with him wherever he goes. As with the weapons of the other playable characters, Matt's swords come in all shapes and sizes, with various effects on his stats, abilities, and resistances.

Interestingly, some of Matt's weapons are not swords (such as the Gaia Axe or the Razorback guitar), but are classified as swords for the sake of simplicity, or even humor.

List of Swords in Epic Battle Fantasy

There are 7 swords in total.

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List of Swords in Epic Battle Fantasy 2

There are 11 swords in total.

List of Swords in Epic Battle Fantasy 3

Matt's Weapons

There are 14 swords in total.

List of Swords in Epic Battle Fantasy 4

List of swords in EBF4.

There are 18 swords in total, 3 of them (1 of which was added in the Battle Mountain update) are exclusive to the Steam release of the game and the Premium Pack.

List of Swords in Epic Battle Fantasy 5

Notice: EBF5-related data is based off of the public beta, v0.16, and may change later.
  • All swords in the free version.
  • All swords in the paid version.

There are 21 swords in total, 5 of which are currently exclusive to the paid Steam release and the outdated free Battle Demo.

Unlike in EBF4, paid equipment is scattered all around the list, but their slots will automatically be skipped on free versions of the game. The following table lists their positions in both versions (in format: row,column).

Weapon Free# Paid#
Heaven's Gate — 50% Holy 1,1 1,1
BerzerkerNon-elemental 1,2 1,2
Inferno — 50% Fire 1,3 1,3
Ice Needle — 50% Ice 1,4 1,4
Lightning Shard — 50% Thunder 1,5 1,5
Sapphire Saint — 50% Water 1,6 1,6
Black Fang — 50% Bio 1,7 1,7
The ChopperNon-elemental 2,1 2,1
Giant SlayerNon-elemental 2,2 2,2
Hyper Drill — 50% Earth 2,3 2,3
Emerald Smasher (Premium only) — 50% Bio X 2,4
Devil's Fork (Premium only) — 50% Fire X 2,5
Ultra Pro 9000XNon-elemental 2,4 2,6
Club of WitheringNon-elemental 2,5 2,7
Crimson Razorback — 50% Wind 2,6 3,1
Dragon's Feather (Premium only) — 50% Wind X 3,2
Golden Axe (Premium only) — 50% Thunder X 3,3
Dark Stalker — 50% Dark 2,7 3,4
Fusion Blade (Premium only) — 50% Bomb X 3,5
Soul Eater — 50% Dark 3,1 3,6
Love Blade — 50% Holy 3,2 3,7

Other notable sword users

  • In EBF2-4, Lance wields a gunblade (a sword with a built-in revolver-like gun) alongside a variety of bigger guns.
  • Kitten Soldiers sometimes wield various swords. NoLegs, in particular, seems to favor a shortsword when he has to fight.
  • In EBF2 and 3, Meow Meow wields a disproportionately massive sword with a broad, jagged blade. It has a tendency to shatter when he uses it in battle, damaging friend and foe alike.
  • In EBF1, Zombie Goku wielded the Anarchy during his battle against Matt and Natalie.
  • In EBF3 and 4, many Elementals have a blade for a left arm that can be used for slashing and stabbing attacks. Some versions can engulf their blades in energy for a more powerful attack.
  • Several mecha bosses in the series use swords, such as the Guardian (in EBF2) and the Praetorian (in EBF4).
  • In EBF3 and 4, Swordslingers, as the name suggests, carry numerous swords under their cloaks with which they attack. 
  • Akron's second form (in EBF3) was able to release an enormous sword made of red energy from its mouth to stab enemies. His Rune Claws (in EBF3 and 4) could generate smaller energy swords from their glowing cores, and his Evil Worms (in EBF3 and 4) could regurgitate large, cleaver-like blades to slash enemies.
  • In EBF4, Earth and Ice Golems have enormous blades for arms, enabling them to perform powerful slash attacks.
  • In EBF3 and 4, Blue and Red Clays both wield swords.
  • In EBF4, Both of Godcat's battle machines (The Creator and The Destroyer) can summon sword-tipped tentacles to aid them in combat.