The Frontier Greatsword is one of the many weapons that can be acquired in the Frontier. It is considered to be one of the most powerful melee weapons in Fantastic Frontier in terms of base damage. It can be purchased from Strangeman at a price of 15,000,000 gold. Other viable methods of acquiring the Frontier Greatsword include but are not limited to:
- A possible reward from the Firefly Quest.
- A possible reward from the Grand Treasure Chest.
- A possible gift from the Otherworld Present.
- A possible reward from the Otherworld Tower.
The Frontier Greatsword is a greatsword that possesses a blade that glows with a strong flame along its center, as well as smoke particles that spread along the surface and tip of the blade. In terms of size, it is also extremely large in terms of length and width.
The normal attack of the Frontier Greatsword consumes around 2-3 stamina points per swing. The delay of each swing lasts around 1-2 seconds before it can be used again.
The special ability of the Frontier Greatsword is titled 'Eternity Beam', which, upon activation, results in the players firing six high-damaging beams in a single direction. The players cannot aim while they are using it, although it is possible for them to shift slowly side to side.
The Frontier Greatsword has high DPS and good range.
The special is great at clearing crowds, but using it will lock the player in place so it is very risky to use. This weapon is outclassed however the basic attack is great for clearing enemies with ease. Perhaps consider adding this to your aresnal. However, it is outclassed by the Honoring Blade and Red King Greatsword as they both cost less than this weapon and perform better.
- The Eternity Beams are red, yellow, blue, and white, colors that are seen throughout the Frontier (except for white as it is not a color).
- With the maximum possible melee damage bonus of 680 (including a Fish of Rage and Fear), the player can do 1255 damage per basic swing as of the v1.31 Balance Update.
- The player can switch out the Frontier Greatsword with another weapon or tool during the Eternity Beam. As this doesn't affect the damage or glitch up the attack in any way, it is purely an aesthetic glitch.
- The Eternity Beam seems to gain 20% of the melee bonuses and 33% of the magic bonuses and does not use ranged bonuses. This applies to each of the six beams.
- The total damage of Eternity Beam without any bonuses seems to be around 1400, with every individual beam being 1/6 of that.
- As of the v1.31 Balance Update, the Frontier Greatsword's base damage was increased from 460 to 575.