The ability to wield a sharp whip-like sword with extraordinary accuracy and proficiency. A combination of Enhanced Whipmanship and Enhanced Swordsmanship, variation of Weapon Proficiency.
- Chainblade Proficiency
- Snake Sword Proficiency
- Swordwhip Proficiency
- Urumi Proficiency
The user is highly proficient at wielding a whip sword, an unusual weapon, and utilize both short and long ranged attacks at various angles.
- Entangle the opponents.
- Blade Elongation for range and flexibility, to Impale target, etc.
- Utilize both long and short ranged attacks.
- Use the chained blade as a grappling tool.
- Attack with great accuracy, finesse, and style.
- Slip past defenses by attacking at unsuspecting angles.
- If the blade is segmented and separable:
- separate and control the individual segments for omnidirectional attacks.
- disconnect any damaged segments and reconstitute the blade formation.
- making it much more difficult to destroy as a whole.
- extending and bending at more versatile and larger range than a normal blade.
- If the user possesses energy capabilities, they may be able to perform:
Mikoto Misaka (A Certain Magical Index) turning iron sand into a razor-sharp whip.
Creed Diskenth (Black Cat) utilizing the Imagine Blade in its Level 2, which can elongate at unsuspecting angles.
Renji Abarai (Bleach) utilizing Zabimaru's whip-blade with great mastery, as it is one of the hardest Shikai to master.
A bandit boss (Claymore) wielding his Falcon Sword, a chain sword that he can swing at great speed for offense and defense.
Hibana Daida (Deadman Wonderland) is shown to wield a very large and heavy sword that consists of separate parts that are connected to each other by a metal wire.
Slayerdramon (Digimon) wielding the Fragarach, an extendible greatsword, with tremendous mastery.
Jakotsu (InuYasha) wielding the Jakotsutō, a sword with multiple blades linked together for great lengths of slashing.
Signum (Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha) turning her Laevatein to Schlangeform, wielding a powerful whip sword for trapping and binding.
Zero (Mega Man Zero) uses his Chain Rod to hook on to enemies, stun them, pull them closer and follow up with powerful and effective slashes.
Metal Gear Sahelanthropus (Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain) using a whip-sword composed of a mix of nanofibers and metallic archaea.
Takeda Takahashi (Mortal Kombat X) possesses twin retractable bladed whips in his gauntlets, which he uses with deadly efficiency.
Kisame Hoshigaki (Naruto) utilizing Samehada's extending handle, changing it into a whip-sword of kind.
Ryūgan (Naruto) wielding the Garian Sword, which is a chain sword that can have chakra flown through it to transform into an ethereal dragon.
Ohm (One Piece) turning his Eisen Dial equipped sword into a bladed whip, which extends to tremendous lengths at zigzag movements.
Spandam (One Piece) using his Elephant Sword, Funkfreed, to extend at tremendous lengths and bending like a whip.
Diamante (One Piece) using his Hira Hira no Mi powers to turn his rapier into a flag-like state, reshaping it into a mace.
Heaby's (One Piece) chain-designed sword can extend and changed into a whip.
The Dark Prince (Prince of Persia) is a master of using the Daggertail embedded in his arm.
James Heller (Prototype 2) uses the Whipfist by morphing his arm into a bladed tentacle.
Chō Sawagejō (Rurouni Kenshin) wielding the Hakujin no Tachi, an urumi with a weighted tip that allows him to control its swings.
Hanbee Takenaka (Sengoku Basara) using his whip-sword with graceful yet devastating long-range results.
Madoka Mawari (Tenjho Tenge) swinging her gigantic whip-sword.
Plutia/Iris Heart (Hyperdimension Neptunia) uses her whip sword.