How to Get the Ethereal Sword in King Legacy (Update 6)

Looking to get your hands on the Ethereal Sword in King Legacy? Look no further as we have everything you need to know on getting it!
King Legacy Ethereal Sword
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If you’re looking to obtain the Ethereal Sword in King Legacy added in Update 6, you’re in for a bit of a grind. This Mythical weapon is a key element in creating the game’s first free-to-play mythical sword, the Blood Moon Twins.

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King Legacy Ethereal Sword Guide

The legendary Ethereal Sword can only be acquired during the Blood Moon event by defeating the formidable Red Eye Ape (Bushido Ape) on Shallow Island in King Legacy. This event takes place every three nights in the Third Sea, introducing several notable changes:

  • Monsters on the Shallow Island become stronger.
  • The damage caused by the Blood Moon Twins is increased by 5%.
  • The Red Eye Ape, a skilled Bushido swordsman, spawns in the area.

Locating and Defeating the Red Eye Ape

King Legacy Bushido Ape Location
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To find and defeat the Red Eye Ape, head to the top of the area where the giant skeleton is located. The Ethereal Sword has a base drop chance of 0.1%, but certain passives from the Passive Tree can increase this probability. It’s rumored you have to use the Hell Sword to deal the final blow, but I’m unsure whether that is true or not.

Ethereal Sword Moveset

Once obtained, the Ethereal Sword unleashes basic attacks (M1s) with around 2,000 damage. Additionally, it features powerful abilities such as the Blaze Cleaver, dealing up to 12,300 damage without a burning effect, and the Inferno Blitz, which can cause approximately 15,000 base damage.

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