|Weapon type||Chinese Blade|
|For sale in||Chapter 7, Chapter 8, Chapter 9, Chapter 10, Subchapter 4|
The keepsake sword of her mother, this was Xianghua's treasure. Every time she gazed at the sword, she remembered her mother's last words: "You were born to complete an important task... cut your path through uncertain future!". What Xianghua didn't know was that Krita-Yuga, alongside Kali-Yuga and Dvapara-Yuga, formed the sacred trinity protected by the Ling-Sheng Su Temple. The sword, at the pulsing force of the evil Soul Edge, revealed its true form as Soul Calibur, the polar opposite of Soul Edge. After defeating Inferno, Soul Calibur was trapped inside of it for the next four years, and after Siegfried freed himself from Soul Edge's control, it was freed from the Tartaros. Siegfried then used it to pierce Soul Edge, and both Soul Calibur and Soul Edge ended in a dormant state, known as the "Soul Embrace". The Krita-Yuga's design in Soulcalibur III appeared as Olcadan's The Ancient.
- The name comes from one of the four ages of time, or yuga, in Indian mythology, namely the Satya Yuga. The other Ling Sheng Su Temple treasure, the Kali-Yuga and Dvapara-Yuga, also share this naming system.
- The Krita-Yuga and Dvapara-Yuga are similiar to Imperial Regalies of Japan (also known as The Three Sacred Treasures): Krita-Yuga's counterpart is Kusanagi, sacred sword of valor, Dvapara-Youga's counterpart is Yata no Kagami, sacred mirror. Kali-Yuga is the only treasure not to have real-life counterpart (the third treasure of Japan is Yasakani no Magatama, the holy jewel).