In many movies, we might have heard how the curved sword is superior at cutting than the straight sword. To understand the reason for this, one needs to know how the process of cutting itself happens. The Blade access a point of contact and when the pressure has applied the friction between the blade and the skin causes the tear to occur. This is also the reason why sharp blades are better at cutting than the dull ones as a sharp blade will concentrate the pressure to the cut a smaller area therefore creating more friction in a smaller place. The curve is important because the sword must be angled across the target in the most optimal manner for the most optimum strike to occur and it has to be angled across the target so that maximum friction is generated from it and this unique angle should be in such a manner that the hilt should naturally lag a little behind the swing.
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