Lagh Blade

Weapon Type Swords
Skill Tree Sword Skill Tree

Lagh Blade is a Sword in Vigil: The Longest Night. The Sword is one of the four types of weapon that Leila can use in battle to inflict damage onto the enemies and bosses she encounters, the sword is capable of inflicting high damage and also executing light and heavy attacks.


This blade glows with weird light. It seems to be sharper when drenched in blood."


Lagh Blade Special Move

  • None


Lagh Blade Acquisition

  • Dropped by miniboss Tara.


Lagh Blade Notes

  • Lagh Blade permanently increases its damage by 0.05/kill. The type of enemy killed is irrelevant to the blade. It can become a very powerful weapon if you commit to slaughtering vermin with this blade.
    • Duplicate Lagh Blades do not share this bonus.
  • Price listed in the inventory:  9000 gold.
  • Can be sold for 5400 gold.


Lagh Blade Upgrade Table











+30 +33 +36 +39 +42 +45 +48 +52.5

Poise Damage

+65 +71.5 +78 +84.5 +91 +97.5 +104 +113.8

Block Absorption

+40 +44 +48 +52 +56 +60 +64 +70


+30% +33% +36% +39% +42% +45% +48% +52.5%


Lagh Blade Combat Mechanic

  • When a sword is equipped, Leila can use light and heavy attacks. She can also perform a front roll or a backstep to evade enemy attacks. The sword's special ability is Block; Leila will steadily hold the sword at face level, blocking any attacks or parrying if she times her block just before an enemy connects their attack. If an enemy is dazed, she can perform an execution strike with the heavy attack button, dealing up to four times the regular damage.
  • A successful dodge will not inflict any damage while blocking reduces the damage taken - both dodging and blocking consumes a small amount of stamina whenever it is used.

Lagh Blade Notes & Trivia

  • Other notes, tips, and trivia go here.
  • In Vigil: The Longest Night, each weapon has its own unique set of moves that changes Leila's stance and fighting style whenever she switches weapons.


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    • Anonymous

      Love weapons that inherently scale with you as you progress through the game and actively encourage picking fights with everything lol. I'd recommend running another insane sword (e.g., Fallen Amaterasu) for things like minibosses/bosses but the damage is fine for most of the standard enemies even in hard mode prior to stacking this thing up. Like the comment below me said it's better to use the backstab/hp damage% enchantments though since the stacking can get finicky with DoT.

      • Anonymous

        Be careful with what enchant you put on this weapon. I tested the lightning enchant for a bit and found if the bolts kill the enemy it will not count towards leveling this weapon up. I'd guess that other enchants with DoT effects probably work the same way.

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