should there be a critical rate system

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User Info: VicViperMkIII

VicViperMkIII
5 years ago#1
yay or nay (plus your ideas)

basically have all characters have like a base crit rate of 5% or so.
and then get creative with daggers having built in critical rate or stuff like that.
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User Info: Iminyourcloset

Iminyourcloset
5 years ago#2
We already know there is. Maces can ignore some armour, axes can cause bleeding, and blades have better/more critical hits.
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User Info: ZarnonElchris

ZarnonElchris
5 years ago#3
No. A critical chance is a way for games that don't allow the player to aim, to simulate hitting a vital area.
Since you can aim, you should just deal more damage when you actually hit something where it counts.

User Info: VampLordAdamaru

VampLordAdamaru
5 years ago#4
I wouldn't complain if this was implemented, personally. (I would actually expect it to be, since it was in Fallout 3, but I won't be too disappointed if it is not.)

Also, there should also be a tactical targeting system, ala Fallout 3. (NO V.A.T.S. THOUGH! No damned time-stop while you pick your targeting point!)
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User Info: VicViperMkIII

VicViperMkIII
5 years ago#5
@Iminyourcloset
where did u hear that?
only info ive herd is that daggers do alot of damage if you do a sneak attack with them.
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User Info: AuronDragon

AuronDragon
5 years ago#6
For instance, the sword perk increases your chances of landing a critical strike, the axe perk punishes enemies with residual bleeding damage after each blow, and the mace perk ignores armor on your enemies to land more powerful strikes.

http://www.gameinformer.com/b/features/archive/2011/01/24/skyrim-building-better-combat.aspx?PostPageIndex=1

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User Info: VicViperMkIII

VicViperMkIII
5 years ago#7
I would love to thank you with my first born child :)
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User Info: VampLordAdamaru

VampLordAdamaru
5 years ago#8
I would love to thank you with my first born child :)

You know, whenever someone says that, if said child has already been born, it makes me believe it would actually be more of a punishment than a reward... >.>

Unless said first-born child is actually an insanely hot 16-20 girl that is intelligent, sweet, sexy, and willing to please... <.<;;;;

*AHEM!*

Please excuse me... My "creepy old guy" mode kicked in there for a moment...

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User Info: TheBonsaiSlaya

TheBonsaiSlaya
5 years ago#9
'Creepy old guy' mode?

CREEPY OLD GUY MODE?!
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User Info: TheBonsaiSlaya

TheBonsaiSlaya
5 years ago#10
Although, I must agree with Vamp's desires.
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