You sword is light

Henry Clark
Henry Clark

You sword is light

Jack Thomas
Jack Thomas

It's a miss-translation.
Japanese speak of one's sword when they mean their sword handling.

James Cooper
James Cooper

I thought my sword was metal.
How does one convert light into a tangible form to use a sword?

Blake Sullivan
Blake Sullivan

How does one convert light into a tangible form
Matter is just crystallized energy. E=MC²
Just take any random metal sword and it's exactly what you are asking for.

Elijah Perry
Elijah Perry

I wouldn't call that a mistranslation, I would call it an idiom. It sounds strange because it isn't an idiom used in English.

Wyatt Sanders
Wyatt Sanders

It sounds strange because it isn't an idiom used in English.
That makes it a miss-translation.
Idioms are not literal.

Evan Carter
Evan Carter

There's some stupid eleven thing where they think you'll strike harder or faster if your mind is solely dedicated to the task or something.

Robert Smith
Robert Smith

Light folded 1000 times

Nolan Sanchez
Nolan Sanchez

You can't bend light without some photon vectoring doohickey

Sebastian Gomez
Sebastian Gomez

Yes, we call it a mirror.

Jason Howard
Jason Howard

Is that how you justify being lazy?

Levi King
Levi King

So, can you do light smithing when you have a reflective hammer and anvil?

Christian White
Christian White

Isn't that some mumbo jumbo about killing your 'self' to be more efficient at the task at hand?

Xavier James
Xavier James

No, that's just stupid, why would killing yourself accomplish anything of value to yourself.

Asher Anderson
Asher Anderson

I meant the ego.

Ethan Rodriguez
Ethan Rodriguez

You can't kill your ego, that's even dumber, your ego defines you.

Charles White
Charles White

I sword?

Jace Green
Jace Green

It's not like it can mean any other thing in the presented context.
How is it a mistranslation?

Anthony Smith
Anthony Smith

You calling me fat

Justin Powell
Justin Powell

He's calling you a peanut.

Jordan Ross
Jordan Ross

I really love roasted peanuts.

Colton Adams
Colton Adams

But don't you prefer classy beans?

Jason Brooks
Jason Brooks

They're good, but they're not preferred.

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