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Location: Table (Location) Price: N/A (Reward from the '4 Trophy Prizes' quest) Sellback: 0 Gold Description: A single cherry. Thanks to Drakel War Lord and mturf.
Location: Birthday Price: N/A (Dropped by Sweetish Fish (Monster)) Sellback: 750 Gold Rarity: Unknown Rarity Base Damage: 27-33 Description: Explosively delicious! The cherry bomb is actually a quarter stick of dynamite. Thanks to Valosity, Vamparagon, Xia and .Shadow//
Location: Elder's Shop - Battleon Price: 45,000 Gold Sellback: 11,250 Gold Rarity: Unknown Rarity Base Damage: 50-62 27-33 Description: A very elegant, ornate staff designed for elder aristocrats.
Location: Button in Battleon Name Price Bone Cane 25,000 Gold Candy Cane 38,000 Gold Citizen's Kane 35,000 Gold Cherry Wood Cane 45,000 Gold Golden Cane 32,000 Gold Herding Cane 40,000 Gold Skull Cane 28,000 Gold Wooden Cane 35,000 Gold
Occasion: AQW Grandparents Day Celebration Date: September 13, 2009 Event tag: Grandparentsday Shops Elder's Shop Items Bone Cane Candy Cane Cherry Wood Cane Citizen's Kane Golden Cane Herding Cane Skull Cane Wooden Cane House Items Grandfather Clock Grandmother Clock
of the scythe fool you… the blades of these petals are sharper than the iciest wind, and cut as deeply. Note: Sakura (桜) means "Cherry Blossom" in Japanese. Thanks to .Shadow//
promenades through his rose garden. Then he got zombified, so now he just uses it to bludgeon people and eat their brains. Note: Also see Cherry Wood Cane. Thanks to ShadowWhisperer.
from the cherry wood, The Kikuzu's single ring on the blade is to bring good luck. Or possibly doom… The translation is Shaky. Note: Also see Chaotic Sumire Impaler. Thanks to daywalker04, Flitterifie, Lily and perished.
combines sand, shredded sakura petals, and ancient magics into the deadliest of weapons! Notes: Sakura (桜) means "Cherry Blossom" in Japanese. Also see Dancing Sakura Shortsword. Thanks to Respup.
combines sand, shredded sakura petals, and ancient magics into the deadliest of weapons! Notes: Sakura (桜) means "Cherry Blossom" in Japanese. Also see Dancing Sakura Daggers. Thanks to Cris2444.