After the flash of the blade, all that remains are cherry blossoms in the air and slain enemies on the ground.
Those who wield the tachi have unparalleled Sword skills and observational skills so that they can calmly wait and watch for the enemy's flaw. It is in that moment, with a single strike that they claim victory. Through clashing blades with opponents, wielders of the Tachi are able to raise their soulblade and then unleash immeasurable power in the midst of battle; cutting down all obstacles and creating a path to victory.
A Ronin uses blade skills and observation to destroy enemies in a flash by striking their weaknesses. The unique skill of the Ronin drains the souls of enemies and collects them in the blade. Souls stored in the Tachi can be released in battle, destroying all that stands in their way.
A rōnin was a samurai without lord or master during the feudal period (1185–1868) of Japan. A samurai became masterless from the death or fall of his master, or after the loss of his master's favor or privilege.