It's where you say the attack lands, it's up to the other roleplayer who you're attacking to decide if the attack hits, misses/they dodge or if they get partially hit by it but avoid part of it, it's also dependent on the description of the attack, if you can describe what challenges there would be in dodging it, such as the reach of their attack, if it was from behind, if they were paying attention enough to notice it in time or at all, then they have to take those facts into consideration for how well they can dodge it or if they even can.
Also mild scythe description, essentially it's a basic scythe just redesigned for battle purposes.
It's handle is mainly composed of metal to strengthen it, making it much harder to break. It's a basic handle, just a long, mainly straight pole of metal which has a customized area around where he'd grip, a flat ended bottom and ends in a connection point at the top, for a larger and longer than normal blade that continues doesn't end at the connection point in a flat connection, having an arched spike along the back end of the blades connection point allowing for him to essentially stab someone with the back of his scythe.
Along both sides is a carving of a Chinese dragon like creature, it starts at its tails from the tip of the scythes front blade and ends with the heads carving on the back blade.
As stated before Tekan has had his scythe stolen before so he did put a carving on it that made it easier to identify as his, unfortunately it's small and in an area that he rarely notices it, if at all and he tends to forget about it a lot, maybe these current events'll help him but it still take a bit of time for him to remember, essentially he carved the words "property of Tekan" along the bottom of his scythe, unfortunately due to where it is he rarely sees it and he carved it quite small and lightly, making it difficult to notice unless you're specifically and carefully looking over the scythe for something like that or it's pointed out to you and even then it's a bit difficult to notice.