|A starting weapon available from the Messengers. Sold by the Bath Messengers after acquiring the Saw Hunter Badge.|
|Special Att.||Attr. Req.|
|Weapon Type||Right Hand Weapons|
|Imprints||Normal (Radial, Radial, Triangle)|
|Aux. Effect|| Righteous 20% |
| Righteous (cane)|
- A starting weapon choice from the Messengers.
- Available for purchase from the Bath Messengers in Hunter's Dream after obtaining the Saw Hunter Badge.
The Threaded Cane is one of the starting weapons though, unlike its counterparts, the Saw Cleaver and the Hunter Axe, its scaling focuses primarily on Skill, with lesser scaling in Arcane and negligible scaling in Strength. Like the Saw Cleaver, the Threaded Cane permits the user to wield a sidearm, regardless of its state; that is to say, regardless of whether it is transformed or not. Additionally, while in its transformed state, the Threaded Cane gains an additional 20% damage against beast enemies due to the additional Serration damage.
While untransformed, the Threaded Cane possesses a moveset somewhat similar to the Reiterpallasch, focusing on rapid attacks with lacklustre physical damage and short range; alternatively, while transformed, the weapon's moveset becomes slower with more powerful attacks, contributed to by the additional Serration damage, alongside a large increase in the Threaded Cane's range. Finally, when untransformed, the Threaded Cane loses its Serration damage bonus but gains a Righteous damage bonus in its place.
- This weapon deals 20% Righteous Damage in Cane mode, and 20% Serrated Damage in Whip mode.
- One of the only two weapons in the game to deal both Serrated and Righteous damage. The other one is the Church Pick.
- There is a Strength-based variant of this weapon, called the Beast Cutter.
- The Threaded Cane appears to be a more elegant design of the original and brutish looking Beast Cutter, used by the Old Hunters.
- It is overwhelmingly used by the majority of Healing Church Hunters, such as Yurie, Iosefka, the Church Hunter in the Nightmare Frontier, the Church Hunter in the Surgery Altar (wearing the White Church Set) and the Church Hunter in the Research Hall. Funnily enough, it is not considered a Healing Church weapon. Perhaps it became a staple of civilized combat.