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使い方は実戦でな

It's from a video game "Final Fantasy X". At the beginning of the game Auron gives Tidus a sword and says this phrase before their first battle with enemies.

Is there some verb omitted between で and な, like 見て?

Or he just says, "It's for use in the real battle" ?

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使い方は実戦でな

This "sentence" is like the ones where we omit the verb and just use を at the end:

良い一日を

From the context, I would guess it means something like "learn how to use it in a real battle" where the verb "learn" is omitted. As for the で and the な, な is the 終助詞, and で is the 格助詞 so nothing special.

The full sentence could be:

使い方は実戦で身につけな

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