Krogan war knives have very little in common with each other, aside from a no-nonsense design. To actually be considered a war knife (and not a fighting knife), it has to meet three criteria:
- It must be custom-made; almost every war knife has a name because of this.
- It must be forged from Tuchanka steel.
- It must be large enough that most other species would consider it a short sword.
Aside from that, just about every war knife is unique. The most common feature is some form of serrated back edge. Cost-wise, an average war knife will set you back at least 500 credits; a good one can easily go for twice as much.