A grim day for Mushashi
For those of you who don't know, I am a lover of katana. I often purchase katana swords looking for the best quality at low cost and one of the brands that I've purchased was one named Musashi. One day my brother found a rat that was in our kitchen and rather than touch it, he saw fit to take one of my Musashi kokuto katana to stab and slash at it from a distance. The rat died, sadly now the end of my sword is now bent and slightly curved; don't even get me started on getting it back into it's sheath.
Now I know that there's a reason some swords sell for so low, the carbon content in Musashi is relatively low; meaning its resistant to shattering but also far less rigid than other top performance cutters. Well it's a good thing I've still got dozens more blades, especially my beloved Edo samurai sword, Akagane katana and Nagamaki