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Melee Weapons

Melee Weapons For Dummies

Equally effective as backup weapons and main weapons, melee items can be divided into three groups: Blades, Knives and Blunts. Let's take a look at the differences.

Knives, blades, and other sword-like weapons are typically characterized by their very high critical chance. This trait is only shared by revolvers, the 110 and 120 skill rifles, and specific blunt weapons.

Knives are known for having a faster attack speed than other melee weapons, but they have a shorter reach. Those who wish to fight effectively with knives must have fast RL reflexes. All players start with a Pen Knife, the weakest weapon in the game, for self defense.

Longer blades, like the Machete, Sabre, Katana or Nodachi have a slow attack speed, but a longer reach and higher damage than knives. Using these weapons is physically easier and less stressful for some people.

Blunts are basically lower-leveled Blades. They share the same reach, the same Very High Critical Chance, except for lower leveled blunts, which have only High Critical Chance.

Requirements

While there are technically no requirements to begin training melee, a high critical is recommended because melee is useless without high critical . 50 critical at the minimum . Max required is 80 ( since the critical chance caps at 80% meaning even if you have 124 critical you will still have a 80% chance).

Combat Outside - Loot/Scout

Melee weapons are ideal for loot runs, primarily due to two facets:

  • Low Aggro: Silent and potent, melee weapons do not affect aggro. Natural aggro spikes will still occur even when using only melee weapons, or even when not using any weapons.
  • Ammo-free Combat: Melee weapons do not use ammo by their very nature, and so are free to employ, reducing the cost per trip and saving you valuable inventory space.

When fighting outdoors with melee weapons, remember to maintain maneuverability, which is every melee user's friend (A good tactic if you're fighting one or two zombies is to circle them while walking , as you can hit them while they keep on missing . Also, be mindful when you have a zombie trapped between you and a wall or object, as knockback will be cut off) Also , it is possible to fight a crowd of zombies and circle them while just walking ( not for tendrils , spiders , leapers and bones ).

When fighting multiple enemies outdoors, let's say during an outpost attack, it is good to find an open area so that you may round up all the zombies into one flesh-hungry mob. Then start circling around them a bit. They'll follow your every move, and eventually you will have them all mobbed together. Then you can simply keep on hitting them . It is effective to move backwards and sideways since when a zombie pauses to hit , it slows down other zombies meaning you can concentrate on a few zombies at a time. Extra care is needed when bigger zombies, such as bosses are involved as they can push other zombies in front of them, greatly increasing their speed and possibly even allowing them to move while attacking.

The circling method is very useful since you can just walk around zombies - sprinting is not required as you can dodge them without sprinting , and sprinting is a waste of energy - you'll need it to dodge zombies much faster than you ( e.g : A GS , when you have just 50 agility ) .

Due to being limited by their range, melee weapons aren't suitable against exploding enemies, the Bloat in particular.

Aggro Combat (Multiplayer)

Melee is perhaps better deployed as a personal defense weapon in high-aggro situations, with the focus being on defending self instead of making the kill.

If you do plan on going on the offensive:

  • Enter the fray. Plain and simple. If you stay next to other players armed with guns, they are too likely to take down zombies before you can swing, making you look like a leech.
  • If there is a new player present and armed with a low level machine gun or pistol, stay with them. You'll be keeping them safe and they'll land a hit or two on approaching zombies, making the kill easier for you.
  • If you're using a knife, be aware that you will have to strike faster when the zombies start running.

Silent in every regard, melee weapons do not increase aggro. If you want higher aggro, use a different weapon, or hang around someone with a chainsaw.

Advantages and Disadvantages

Advantages

  • In PvP , they deal three times their damage normally done
  • Due to not requiring ammunition, they are cost efficient
  • Melee weapons are often some of the cheapest weapons available when compared to weapons requiring same stats. (eg , a katanas requires 100 melee skill and costs around $50,000, compared to M60 requiring 100 MG skill and costing upwards of $300,000)
  • Melee weapons are the best looting weapons in the game; they save time, inventory slots and keep aggro minimal.
  • Melee is perhaps the most efficient proficiencies in-game. Using melee only requires one skill: Critical hit. Once up to 80 critical (or 112 with chainsaws/lower-level blunts), melee weapons require no other stats to be used, as accuracy/reloading do absolutely nothing with melee weapons, and strength is only required for high level chainsaws.


Disadvantages

  • in PvP , they have restricted range
  • In PvP , it will take some time to reach a player , so he/she has the time to shoot at you
  • During PvP , a player will constantly keep on moving around , meaning it will be very hard to hit the player
  • Taking on explosive zombies (Bloats and Mothers) without a ranged weapon will most likely result in the player taking damage or dying.
  • Melee weapons are among the worst weapons for crowd-control (excluding chainsaws). Note : You can still take down a horde with melee weapons , but it is slow, inefficient and involves a lot of risk

List of Melee Weapons

Fist
Fist
Slow Attack Speed
Average Accuracy
Very Low Critical Chance
Damage per Second: 1 (2)
Damage per hit: 0.67 (1.33)
1.5 Hit(s) per Second

Scrap Value: $ N/A
When completely out of ammunition, and devoid of any melee weapons, survivors are often forced to take on the undead with their bare fists as weapons. While some individuals feel that using their fists against the undead is more honorable or makes them feel more empowered in a fight, it is never wise to let yourself fall back on clenched fists as your only defense.

If a survivor runs out of ammo for all their firearm weapons but does not have a melee weapon equipped, these fists are automatically equipped as a last resort, but the damage they deal is even weaker than that of a Pen Knife.


Pen Knife
Pen Knife
Slow Attack Speed
Average Accuracy
Very High Critical Chance
Damage per Second: 3.3 (16.5)
Damage per hit: 2.2 (11)
1.5 Hit(s) per Second

Scrap Value: $ 50 ($ 100)
The pen knife is a small blade designed for basic everyday use, such as opening packages and cutting paper. Cheap and common, it is indeed a last resort weapon for those who run out of ammunition and have no other melee weapons. Needless to say, this weapon is not ideal for poking holes in zombies.

Every new survivor at Nastya's Holdout receives one of these for self defense and training.
Chef Knife
Chef Knife
Slow Attack Speed
Average Accuracy
Very High Critical Chance
Damage per Second: 3.93 (19.65)
Damage per hit: 2.62 (13.1)
1.5 Hit(s) per Second

Scrap Value: $ 50 ($ 100)
A kitchen tool which was used for preparing foods and chopping vegetables, but it can also be used for chopping limbs in a pinch. The last defense weapon of chefs and cooks, it is a decent weapon suitable for making a meal out of the infected.

The Chef class starts with an untradable Chef Knife, every Chef's preferred combat and cooking tool. This "used" version does only 3.93 (16.51) DPS.
Hunting Knife
Hunting Knife
Slow Attack Speed
Average Accuracy
Very High Critical Chance
5 Melee Required
Damage per Second: 3.3 (16.5)
Damage per hit: 2.2 (11)
1.5 Hit(s) per Second

Scrap Value: $ 63 ($ 126)
Once used for preparing wild game for dinner after a successful hunt, the hunting knife is now being employed to protect the wielder from becoming dinner. It's surprisingly sharp blade still fares well in hunting down infected.


Fire Poker
Fire Poker
Very Slow Attack Speed
Average Accuracy
High Critical Chance
Damage per Second: 2.8 (11.76)
Damage per hit: 2.8 (11.76)
1 Hit(s) per Second

Scrap Value: $ 50 ($ 100)
Used to adjust logs in a fireplace, the fire poker is a weapon for the desperate indeed. Though it may still be able to defend against attacks from weaker infected, the tougher ones can easily overpower the weakness of this weapon.
Baseball Bat
Baseball Bat
Very Slow Attack Speed
Average Accuracy
High Critical Chance
Damage per Second: 2.8 (11.76)
Damage per hit: 2.8 (11.76)
1 Hit(s) per Second

Scrap Value: $ 50 ($ 100)
A light bat used in the sport of baseball, and an effective club against anything in your way. However, using it against tough infected is guaranteed suicide as they can easily snap the bat in half.
Cricket Bat
Cricket Bat
Very Slow Attack Speed
Average Accuracy
High Critical Chance
10 Melee Required
Damage per Second: 4 (16.8)
Damage per hit: 4 (16.8)
1 Hit(s) per Second

Scrap Value: $ 100 ($ 200)
A deceptively powerful and light melee weapon. Originally used in the English sport of cricket, any undead caught on the business end of this weapon will get a proper British beating.

Tribute to "Shaun of the Dead"
Golf Club
Golf Club
Very Slow Attack Speed
Average Accuracy
High Critical Chance
10 Melee Required
Damage per Second: 5.8 (24.36)
Damage per hit: 5.8 (24.36)
1 Hit(s) per Second

Scrap Value: $ 100 ($ 200)
Usually used to throw golf balls into sand or water a few hundred meters away, the golf club is a good weapon for an aspiring zombie golfer. The hard metal on the golf club is capable of smashing a skull into pieces.

Modified October 11, 2008 - Now requires 10 instead of 5 Melee Skill
Fire Axe
Fire Axe
Very Slow Attack Speed
Average Accuracy
Very High Critical Chance
15 Melee Required
Damage per Second: 5.8 (29)
Damage per hit: 5.8 (29)
1 Hit(s) per Second

Scrap Value: $ 163 ($ 326)
Used by fire departments to smash through wreckage to rescue trapped fire victims, the fire axe is built for reliability and damage.

The Fireman class starts with an untradable and slightly damaged Fire Axe, their reliable emergency tool. This "used" version does only 4 (16.8) DPS and has a scrap value of $ 50.
Combat Knife
Combat Knife
Slow Attack Speed
Average Accuracy
Very High Critical Chance
15 Melee Required
Damage per Second: 5.1 (25.5)
Damage per hit: 3.4 (17)
1.5 Hit(s) per Second

Scrap Value: $ 163 ($ 326)
A lightweight military standard blade usually used as a last resort in the army, combat knives are still useful once you run out of ammo. It's light weight allows it to be carried with ease, and it's sharp edges are useful for slashing the infected.

Modified October 11, 2008 - Now requires 15 instead of 10 Melee Skill
Iron Pipe
Iron Pipe
Very Slow Attack Speed
Average Accuracy
High Critical Chance
20 Melee Required
Damage per Second: 7 (29.4)
Damage per hit: 7 (29.4)
1 Hit(s) per Second

Scrap Value: $ 450 ($ 900)
A surprisingly powerful and useful pipe made of strong, durable iron. Once a common sight in street fights between gangs, it remains a cheap, yet effective weapon.

Modified October 11, 2008 - Now requires 20 instead of 10 Melee Skill


Bowie Knife
Bowie Knife
Slow Attack Speed
Average Accuracy
Very High Critical Chance
20 Melee Required
Damage per Second: 6.9 (34.5)
Damage per hit: 4.6 (23)
1.5 Hit(s) per Second

Price:The amount of credits required to purchase the item in the Credit Shop, if available. The value in brackets, if added, is the discounted price for Gold Members. 10 (8) Credit(s)
Scrap Value: $ 450 ($ 900)
A large fighting knife renamed after 19th century American frontiersman, James Bowie. Its rugged and simple design inspired many other combat knives designers. A common misconception says that James Bowie designed it.


Nail Bat
Nail Bat
Very Slow Attack Speed
Average Accuracy
High Critical Chance
25 Melee Required
Damage per Second: 6.4 (26.88)
Damage per hit: 6.4 (26.88)
1 Hit(s) per Second

Scrap Value: $ 675 ($ 1,350)
Just a bat with some nails in it. Getting these nails stuck into zombies will easily become your favorite pastime.

Modified October 11, 2008 - Now requires 25 instead of 20 Melee Skill
Crowbar
Crowbar
Very Slow Attack Speed
Average Accuracy
High Critical Chance
35 Melee Required
Damage per Second: 8.2 (34.44)
Damage per hit: 8.2 (34.44)
1 Hit(s) per Second

Price:The amount of credits required to purchase the item in the Credit Shop, if available. The value in brackets, if added, is the discounted price for Gold Members. 10 (8) Credit(s)
Scrap Value: $ 1,275 ($ 2,500)
Designed to open doors and crates, and to lift objects, the crowbar is now used to pry zombies' jaws off and rip them away, or to smash their skulls and bones to pieces.

Modified October 11, 2008 - Now requires 35 instead of 25 Melee Skill
Razor
Razor
Slow Attack Speed
Average Accuracy
Very High Critical Chance
30 Melee Required
Damage per Second: 7.53 (37.65)
Damage per hit: 5.02 (25.1)
1.5 Hit(s) per Second

Price:The amount of credits required to purchase the item in the Credit Shop, if available. The value in brackets, if added, is the discounted price for Gold Members. 10 (8) Credit(s)
Scrap Value: $ 950 ($ 1,900)
Replaced by newer, safer razors, the classic straight razor was usually used to cut facial hair without drawing a drop of blood. Now people use it to draw as much blood as possible from the infected.

Added October 11, 2008
Scalpel
Scalpel
Slow Attack Speed
Average Accuracy
Very High Critical Chance
40 Melee Required
Damage per Second: 8.7 (43.5)
Damage per hit: 5.8 (29)
1.5 Hit(s) per Second

Price:The amount of credits required to purchase the item in the Credit Shop, if available. The value in brackets, if added, is the discounted price for Gold Members. 60 (50) Credit(s)
Scrap Value: $ 1,650 ($ 3,300)
An exceedingly sharp tool typically used in hospitals for precise incisions into soft flesh to save human lives. Now these knives continue to save human lives by killing the zombified population. Interestingly, the tip contains small amounts of diamond, the world's hardest natural resource, for extra strength and durability. The sharp tip can easily pierce through large amounts of infected flesh.

Added October 11, 2008


Shovel
Shovel
Very Slow Attack Speed
Average Accuracy
Very High Critical Chance
50 Melee Required
Damage per Second: 10.6 (53)
Damage per hit: 10.6 (53)
1 Hit(s) per Second

Scrap Value: $ 2,550 ($ 5,100)
Once used to bury the dead, the shovel is now used as a weapon to banish them from this Earth. Undertakers everywhere have discovered that their job is a lot less monotonous now.

Added October 11, 2008


Kris
Kris
Slow Attack Speed
Average Accuracy
Very High Critical Chance
50 Melee Required
Damage per Second: 10.5 (52.5)
Damage per hit: 7 (35)
1.5 Hit(s) per Second

Scrap Value: $ 2,550 ($ 5,100)
An unusual type of dagger from Indonesia and the Philippines, the kris serves as both a weapon and spiritual object. Some survivors love the style of this weapon, others simply its origin and rarity, but all of them agree that a kris is a useful zombie killer.

Added October 11, 2008
Trench Knife
Trench Knife
Slow Attack Speed
Average Accuracy
Very High Critical Chance
60 Melee Required
Damage per Second: 12.3 (61.5)
Damage per hit: 8.2 (41)
1.5 Hit(s) per Second

Price:The amount of credits required to purchase the item in the Credit Shop, if available. The value in brackets, if added, is the discounted price for Gold Members. 60 (50) Credit(s)
Scrap Value: $ 5,450 ($ 10,900)
Designed for smashing through helmets and stabbing opponents in the tight conditions of trench warfare, the trench knife was supposed to be a devastating last ditch weapon in the carnage of WWI, but was manufactured at the end of the war and became popular among the paratroopers and Marines of the US. military during WWII. That popularity remains undiminished, as survivors make use of these blades to puncture the skulls of the infected.

Tribute to "The Zombie Survival Guide"
Modified October 11, 2008 - Now requires 60 instead of 40 Melee Skill


Wood Axe
Wood Axe
Very Slow Attack Speed
Average Accuracy
Very High Critical Chance
70 Melee Required
Damage per Second: 13 (65)
Damage per hit: 13 (65)
1 Hit(s) per Second

Scrap Value: $ 7,400 ($ 14,800)
A large, heavy axe formerly used to chop wood and now used to chop limbs. With a much thicker and sharper blade than a Fire Axe, this weapon is perfect for cutting down the infected.

Modified October 11, 2008 - Now requires 70 instead of 10 Melee Skill
Machete
Machete
Very Slow Attack Speed
Average Accuracy
Very High Critical Chance
70 Melee Required
Damage per Second: 13 (65)
Damage per hit: 13 (65)
1 Hit(s) per Second

Price:The amount of credits required to purchase the item in the Credit Shop, if available. The value in brackets, if added, is the discounted price for Gold Members. 60 (50) Credit(s)
Scrap Value: $ 7,400 ($ 14,800)
A long, cheap and deadly blade of Latin American design which is very effective for clearing vegetation and zombies alike. Being the most classical zombie decapitator, this weapon is a popular choice within experienced zombie hunter circles.

Modified October 11, 2008 - Now requires 70 instead of 60 Melee Skill
Kukri
Kukri
Slow Attack Speed
Average Accuracy
Very High Critical Chance
80 Melee Required
Damage per Second: 14.1 (70.5)
Damage per hit: 9.4 (47)
1.5 Hit(s) per Second

Price:The amount of credits required to purchase the item in the Credit Shop, if available. The value in brackets, if added, is the discounted price for Gold Members. 200 (150) Credit(s)
Scrap Value: $ 9,650 ($ 19,300)
A sharp blade used by Nepalese and Indian warriors for centuries, both as a tool and weapon of war. Functionally a small machete, the kukri is a powerful and extremely durable blade. Once feared by British raiding parties, it is now an excellent tool for slicing up whatever comes your way in the city. The powerful and exceedingly sharp blade of this weapon can easily slice right through thick flesh and bone.

Added October 11, 2008
Sabre
Sabre
Very Slow Attack Speed
Average Accuracy
Very High Critical Chance
80 Melee Required
Damage per Second: 15.4 (77)
Damage per hit: 15.4 (77)
1 Hit(s) per Second

Scrap Value: $ 9,650 ($ 19,300)
Based on the European and American cavalry sabres used until the late 19th century as a slashing weapon for horseback riders. A former sign of high ranking soldiers, the sabre is a devastating weapon, despite its light weight.
Sledge Hammer
Sledge Hammer
Very Slow Attack Speed
Average Accuracy
Very High Critical Chance
90 Melee Required
Damage per Second: 15.4 (77)
Damage per hit: 15.4 (77)
1 Hit(s) per Second

Price:The amount of credits required to purchase the item in the Credit Shop, if available. The value in brackets, if added, is the discounted price for Gold Members. 200 (150) Credit(s)
Scrap Value: $ 12,200 ($ 24,400)
A very heavy and powerful hammer that was once commonly sold in hardware stores and used for construction work. It is capable of spreading force over a large area of impact to inflict maximum damage, leaving your foes' skulls a nice red slush.

Weighing in on a hefty 15-pounds, this particular brand of Sledge Hammer is typically only used by those with a lot of strength, or a lot of experience in melee.

Added October 11, 2008

Battle Axe
Battle Axe
Very Slow Attack Speed
Average Accuracy
Very High Critical Chance
100 Melee Required
Damage per Second: 17.2 (86)
Damage per hit: 17.2 (86)
1 Hit(s) per Second

Price:The amount of credits required to purchase the item in the Credit Shop, if available. The value in brackets, if added, is the discounted price for Gold Members. 500 (400) Credit(s)
Scrap Value: $ 20,050 ($ 40,100)
An elaborate European style fighting axe meant originally for smashing through shields and light armour. Stolen from the local museum and sometimes found at weapon collector's homes, the Battle Axe is a rare and powerful last line defense weapon against the zombies.

Modified October 11, 2008 - Now requires 100 instead of 60 Melee Skill
Nodachi
Nodachi
Very Slow Attack Speed
Average Accuracy
Very High Critical Chance
110 Melee Skill Required
Damage per Second: 21.4 (107)
Damage per hit: 21.4 (107)
1 Hit(s) per Second

Price:The amount of credits required to purchase the item in the Credit Shop, if available. The value in brackets, if added, is the discounted price for Gold Members. 1000 (?) Credit(s)
Scrap Value: $ 35,085 ($ 70,170)
A nodachi is a large two-handed Japanese sword. Nodachi approximately translates to "field sword". However, some have suggested that the meaning of "nodachi" is roughly the same as ōdachi meaning "large/great sword". A confusion between the terms has nearly made "nodachi" synonymic with the very large "ōdachi". Thus, while the original use of the term may have been to refer to any type of long battlefield sword (daitō), including the tachi, it is frequently misapplied to any type of over-sized Japanese sword. Etymology aside, this is the ultimate weapon for bifurcating zombies en masse.

Added May 15, 2011.
Wakizashi
Wakizashi
Slow Attack Speed
Average Accuracy
Very High Critical Chance
105 Melee Required
Damage per Second: 20.4 (102)
Damage per hit: 13.6 (68)
1.5 Hit(s) per Second

Price:The amount of credits required to purchase the item in the Credit Shop, if available. The value in brackets, if added, is the discounted price for Gold Members. 800 (?) Credit(s)
Scrap Value: $ 22,100 ($ 44,200)
The wakizashi (meaning "side insertion") is a traditional Japanese sword with a shōtō blade between 30 and 60 centimetres (12 and 24 in), with an average of 46 cm (18 in). It is similar to but shorter than a katana, and usually shorter than the kodachi ("small sword"). The wakizashi was usually worn together with the katana by the samurai or swordsmen of feudal Japan. When worn together the pair of swords were called daishō, which translates literally as "large and small". The katana was often called the sword or the long sword and the wakizashi the companion sword. Being smaller and sleeker than the Katana, the Wakizashi is ideal for slipping in and hitting the weak or undefended body parts of the infected.

Notes Added May 15, 2011.
Katana
Katana
Very Slow Attack Speed
Average Accuracy
Very High Critical Chance
100 Melee Required
Damage per Second: 17.2 (86)
Damage per hit: 17.2 (86)
1 Hit(s) per Second

Price:The amount of credits required to purchase the item in the Credit Shop, if available. The value in brackets, if added, is the discounted price for Gold Members. 500 (400) Credit(s)
Scrap Value: $ 20,050 ($ 40,100)
A legendary blade of Japanese design renowned for its deadly precision as well as the incredible amount of time and skill needed to forge a flawless Katana. A well-forged Katana's unique pentagonal curved blade is able to slice through human and zombie bones with ease, making it a powerful weapon against any creature, alive or undead. The best katanas are called "Five Body Blades," because they can supposedly slice through 5 human-sized torsos in one swing.
Dusk Kris (Unique)This item is unique and as such it can only be obtained in special ways and/or is non-transferable. For a full list of such items, visit the Special Gear article
Dusk Kris
Slow Attack Speed
Average Accuracy
Very High Critical Chance
50 Melee Required
Non-Transferable
Damage per Second: 30.3 (151.5)
Damage per hit: 20.2 (101)
1.5 Hit(s) per Second

Scrap Value: $ 2,550 ($ 5,100)
A flame-shaped blade of Indonesian origin, forged by AdminPwn himself only for the most dedicated survivors.

This weapon cannot be found in the city but is available in the Elite Shop for $50,000 $100,000.
Added May 15, 2008
Dusk Razor (Unique)This item is unique and as such it can only be obtained in special ways and/or is non-transferable. For a full list of such items, visit the Special Gear article
Dusk Razor
Very Slow Attack Speed
Average Accuracy
Very High Critical Chance
100 Melee Required
Non-Transferable
Damage per Second: 29 (149)
Damage per hit: 29 (149)
1 Hit(s) per Second

Scrap Value: $ 40,050 ($ 80,100)
The Dusk Razor is a strange and powerful rapier-like blade. It appears to be made of an unknown metal, allowing it to remain relatively lightweight and comfortable, especially in the heat of combat. This rare and powerful monster of a blade is only forged by AdminPwn himself on demand, and even then only if it is earned, for the most dedicated survivors.

This weapon cannot be found in the city but is available in the Elite Shop for $150,000 $300,000.
Added May 15, 2008
Doom Cane (Unique)This item is unique and as such it can only be obtained in special ways and/or is non-transferable. For a full list of such items, visit the Special Gear article
Doom Cane
Very Slow Attack Speed
Average Accuracy
High Critical Chance
100 Melee Skill Required
Damage per Second: 20.2 (84.84)
Damage per hit: 20.2 (84.84)
1 Hit(s) per Second

Scrap Value: $ 20,050 ($ 40,100)
An over-sized candy cane that is as delicious as it is deadly. Sharp nails protrude from every angle of the head of this tasty treat, and it is rumoured to be stronger than the legendary Katana and more fearsome than the mighty battleaxe.

This weapon could only be bought from the Credit Shop for 1000 credits (800 for Gold Members). It was on sale from December 15th, 2009 until January 1st, 2010.
Amputator (Unique)This item is unique and as such it can only be obtained in special ways and/or is non-transferable. For a full list of such items, visit the Special Gear article
Amputator
Very Slow Attack Speed
Average Accuracy
Very High Critical Chance
Damage per Second: 19 (95)
Damage per hit: 19 (95)
1 Hit(s) per Second

Scrap Value: $ 50 ($ 100)
A strange, scythe-like blade. Most of those who see it laugh about its perceived awkwardness to wield. It is... but lops off heads and limbs like no tomorrow. Guess why it got its nickname.

Tribute to "Dracula II: Ascension"
This weapon could only be bought from the Credit Shop for 1250 credits (1000 for Gold Members). It was on sale from July 21st, 2009 until August 21st, 2009.
Titanium Blades (Unique)This item is unique and as such it can only be obtained in special ways and/or is non-transferable. For a full list of such items, visit the Special Gear article
Titanium Blades
Average Attack Speed
Average Accuracy
Very High Critical Chance
Damage per Second: 21.2 (106)
Damage per hit: 10.6 (53)
2 Hit(s) per Second

Price:The amount of credits required to purchase the item in the Credit Shop, if available. The value in brackets, if added, is the discounted price for Gold Members. 1500 (1250) Credit(s)
Scrap Value: $ 50 ($ 100)
The only dual-wielding item in Dead Frontier, originally known as the Forsaken Blades and later the Forsaken Titanium Blades (prior to January 10, 2011). They have no melee or strength requirements and "Average Attack Speed" instead of "Very Slow Attack Speed". This means that they have twice the attack speed of a normal katana.

Prior to January 10, 2011, the copies of these blades could only be purchased for 4000 credits via support ticket. These copies were named "Forsaken Titanium Blades".
On January 10, 2011, these blades have been renamed to "Titanium Blades" and along with the Rebellion, were added to the Credit Shop.
This weapon cannot be looted in the Inner City.
Corpse Crusher (Unique)This item is unique and as such it can only be obtained in special ways and/or is non-transferable. For a full list of such items, visit the Special Gear article
Corpse Crusher
Very Slow Attack Speed
Average Accuracy
Very High Critical Chance
110 Melee Required
Damage per Second: 25.6 (128)
Damage per hit: 25.6 (128)
1 Hit(s) per Second

Price:The amount of credits required to purchase the item in the Credit Shop, if available. The value in brackets, if added, is the discounted price for Gold Members. 950 (750) Credit(s)
Scrap Value: $ 48,500 ($ 97,000)
This deadly and mysterious hammer/tomahawk hybrid weapon is made from the flesh and the bones of the infected. It seems this weapon is the most dangerous & destructive of them all, able to completely pulverize an infected's skull into so much gore. Take extreme caution when using this deadly instrument, or you may just end up crushing your own skull.

This weapon could only be bought from the Credit Shop for 950 credits (750 for Gold Members). It was on sale from June 25th, 2012 until July 25th, 2012. This weapon is skinned after the Sledge Hammer.
Spiker
Spiker
Very Slow Attack Speed
Average Accuracy
Very High Critical Chance
120 Melee Skill Required
Damage per Second: 27.4 (137)
Damage per hit: 27.4 (137)
1 Hit(s) per Second

Price:The amount of credits required to purchase the item in the Credit Shop, if available. The value in brackets, if added, is the discounted price for Gold Members. 1000 (500) Credit(s)
Scrap Value: $ 57,650 ($ 115,300)
This weapon is a throwback to one of the more curious weapons of the Middle Ages -- the halberd. Halberds were essentially large battle axes with a long spike on the top of the shaft--which was used like a spear to stab enemies--and another thickened, wider spike on the opposite side of the axe-blade for smashing through armor and shields. Creative engineers have crafted this modern version of the halberd by adding several spikes to the top and base of the axe-blade -- hence its name, "Spiker".

Added February 18, 2013.
Sharktail (Unique)This item is unique and as such it can only be obtained in special ways and/or is non-transferable. For a full list of such items, visit the Special Gear article
Sharktail
Very Slow Attack Speed
Average Accuracy
Very High Critical Chance
120 Melee Skill Required
Damage per Second: 31 (155)
Damage per hit: 31 (155)
1 Hit(s) per Second

Price:The amount of credits required to purchase the item in the Credit Shop, if available. The value in brackets, if added, is the discounted price for Gold Members. 2000 (1500) Credit(s)
Scrap Value: $ 57,650 ($ 115,300)
No one knows just what the outpost engineers had in mind when they designed this weapon. A strange combination of axe and scythe, the weapon doesn't seem to be based on any known weapon in recorded history. However, the perplexity it induced among survivors when first unveiled has quickly been dispelled -- the Sharktail has been found to be a devastating weapon in the hands of a survivor with proper melee expertise. The twin blades attached to the weapon's forked head slice through bone and flesh almost effortlessly. This weapon definitely gives a new meaning to the phrase "sharks in the water"...

This weapon could only be bought from the Credit Shop for 2000 credits (1500 for Gold Members). It was on sale from January 15, 2014 until February 10, 2014.
Dual Blade
DualBlade zpsc4e8d576
Very Slow Attack Speed
Average Accuracy
Very High Critical Chance
120 Melee Skill Required
Damage per Second: 33.4 (167)
Damage per hit: 33.4 (167)
1 Hit(s) per Second

Price:The amount of credits required to purchase the item in the Credit Shop, if available. The value in brackets, if added, is the discounted price for Gold Members. 2000 (1750) Credit(s)
Scrap Value: $ ??? ($ 57,700)

Added 6 November 2014.
Gut Splitter (Unique)This item is unique and as such it can only be obtained in special ways and/or is non-transferable. For a full list of such items, visit the Special Gear article
GutSplitter zpsa4d4a913
Very Slow Attack Speed
Average Accuracy
Very High Critical Chance
120 Melee Skill Required
Damage per Second: 41.1 (205.5)
Damage per hit: 27.4 (137)
1.5 Hit(s) per Second

Price:The amount of credits required to purchase the item in the Credit Shop, if available. The value in brackets, if added, is the discounted price for Gold Members. ??? (???) Credit(s)
Scrap Value: $ ??? ($ ???)

Currently unreleased.

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