|Durability|| Wood: 88|
|Data|| Wood: 5579|
Giant Swords are essentially an upgrade to regular Swords. They are larger in size and deal more damage to the target. They also have a special ability when holding the right click.
|Wood Planks + Stick|
|Cobblestone + Stick|
|Iron Ingots + Stick|
|Gold Ingots + Stick|
|Diamonds + Stick|
|Nether Quartz' + Blaze Rod|
|Bones + Skeleton Skull + Stick|
|Livingmetal Ingots + Stick|
|Biomass' + Stick|
|Obsidian + Eye of Ender + Blaze Rod|
Below is a table that summarizes the damage that swords of different meterials inflict.
Critical hits add a damage bonus of up to 50% (rounded down), plus one heart.
|Damage||1 ()||6 ()||6 ()||7 ()||8 ()||9 ()|
Like vanilla swords, giant swords can be used as a tool to cut many plants, crops, and decor. Below is a table from Minecraft Wiki about how fast swords can cut on different flora blocks. Colors indicate what will be dropped:
- White: an original block.
- Blue: block's normal drop (e.g. seeds, sapling, apple).
- Red: nothing.
In use, giant swords are more stronger and more defensive than regular swords. They give more damage to vanilla swords, and blocking is very reduced. But blocking is limited and has a recharge bar above the food bar once in use. After the bar ends, you cannot block until at least two of the bar swords are full.
- Giant swords tend to sometimes block the indicators in the HUD flash blue every moment or so. This may be a bug or not.