At the start of the game, Dunban uses the Monado and Shulk uses the Junk Sword, which cannot be changed or removed until Dunban passes the Monado on to Shulk. Although it is not a Monado, Shulk's Junk Sword is included here for convenience.
The Monado used by Dunban in the Battle of Sword Valley is unusual in that it is a Unique weapon with an Unbeatable 100% gem. The version he uses later at Colony 9 and passes on to Shulk has two empty slots.
The Monado's attack power increases with Shulk's level.
|Name||Min Atk||Max Atk||Phys|
|Monado||11.2 x Lv †||15 x Lv †||0||0||+10%||0||2|
|Monado II||14 x Lv †||18 x Lv †||0||0||+10%||0||3|
|Replica Monado||8.4 x Lv †||10.5 x Lv †||25||25||+10%||+5%||3|
|Monado Rudra||9.8 x Lv †||10.5 x Lv †||25||25||+5%||+5%||3|
|Monado Agni||5.6 x Lv †||10.5 x Lv †||50||50||+5%||+25%||3|
|Monado Abyss||8.4 x Lv †||13.5 x Lv †||25||25||+15%||+5%||3|
|Monado Dogma||8.4 x Lv †||10.5 x Lv †||0||0||+25%||0||2|
|Monado Saga||7 x Lv †||9 x Lv †||150||150||+5%||+15%||2|
|Monado III||14 x Lv †||18 x Lv †||25||25||+75%||+15%||3|
† Confirmation of the formula is needed. Current data is based off of Xenoblade Google Document.