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Duel wield 1h axe and blunts for humans

AnimemabiAnimemabi
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i want to be a viking like bad i dont get how humans with 1-2k str are too weak to lift 2 1h axes or bunt weapons sounds like a elven weakness.
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  • nomigid15nomigid15
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    Ooh, how about 2h-wielding great swords?
  • HelsaHelsa
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    Or mixed weapons: gladius with mace. Elves cannot duel wield since the game lore says they're too week but why not let them duel wield tools. This would give a reason to actually purchase the combat upgrades for tools. Let humans duel wield tools plus any one-handed weapons. Let giants duel wield any tools, one-handed weapons, and any two-handed wepaon that they already can use with a shield. This would all make sense from a game lore point of view.
  • HazurahHazurah
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    With so much dexterity, why they dont allow elf to at least dual wield daggers, or blades

    or better make entirely new weapon class; Twin-blade; like the already available Chef's Passion

    Bonus point that Chef's passion is not even considered sword or dual wielding weapon
  • HelsaHelsa
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    Hazurah wrote: »
    With so much dexterity, why they dont allow elf to at least dual wield daggers, or blades

    or better make entirely new weapon class; Twin-blade; like the already available Chef's Passion

    Bonus point that Chef's passion is not even considered sword or dual wielding weapon

    If you're an elven jouster, you cover your ears and carry the Chef's Passion, to fool people into thinking you're a human.
  • TimefallTimefall
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    I'mma giant, and as much as I'd LOVE to dual wield 1-handed axes, I'm fairly certain it will never happen. Axes have already been given significant bonuses for being un-dual-wieldable by player characters. They're pretty much locked into that role now.

    Personally, I think the current axe bonuses make them the best one-handed weapon, and I wouldn't want them to lose that for a reason as silly as "I want to look like a viking".
  • HelsaHelsa
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    Timefall wrote: »
    I'mma giant, and as much as I'd LOVE to dual wield 1-handed axes, I'm fairly certain it will never happen. Axes have already been given significant bonuses for being un-dual-wieldable by player characters. They're pretty much locked into that role now.

    Personally, I think the current axe bonuses make them the best one-handed weapon, and I wouldn't want them to lose that for a reason as silly as "I want to look like a viking".

    I wanna look like Shamala. :)
  • TimefallTimefall
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    As long as they don't nerf them. I've poured far too much time and money in Enchants, Spirit, and Erg for my Francisca to have them nerf 1-handed axes.
  • KensamaofmariKensamaofmari
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    Dual wield mix and match. That's the way to go. An ax on one hand and a hammer on the other.