My first character in most fantasy rpg's is a dual wield, heavy armoured battlemage - I can see you can dual wield daggers, and I have found heavy armour and some magical buffs which suit this character, but is it possible to dual wield larger weapons? --- Shriek like a girl and keep sobbing until he turns away in disgust. That's when it's time to kick some back...
CthulhuDagon posted... No just chakrams, daggers, & faeblades (though faeblades are fairly big).
hmmm, may have to have a look at the skill trees again. Though i would imagine Faeblade's usefulness comes from allied skills in the finesse branch, such as crits and sneak attacks. Oh well, guess i will have to go with a single blade in this one....
Still looks interesting mind. --- Shriek like a girl and keep sobbing until he turns away in disgust. That's when it's time to kick some back...
The Might/Finesse destinies actually make more sense for a "dual wield" build, hence the last one being called Blademaster.
Look at the final destiny cards in each of the pure melee builds:
Blademaster (Might/Finesse) +25% Melee Attack Damage +20% Ranged Attack Damage +12% Chance to Critical Hit +15% Piercing Damage +25% Damage While in Stealth Cut Throat: +15% Physical Damage, +1% Chance to Steal Health, and Gold Drops as 20% of Damage for 5 seconds when striking fallen enemies.
Warlord (Pure Might) +30% Melee Attack Damage +20% Block Efficiency +20% Stun Duration +20% Chance to Stun Last Stand: Automatically resurrect with 20% Health. Health drains until an enemy is killed.
Nightblade (Pure Finesse) +30% Ranged Attack Damage +60% Damage Resistance While Dodging +12% Chance To Critical Hit +20% Piercing Damage Assassination: +20% Damage vs. Human-Sized or Smaller Enemies. Evasion: +11% Chance To Avoid Hit
Combined with rogue-like gear that ups +crit, I'd say Blademaster could be pretty nasty. --- White line is in the middle of the road, that's the worst place to drive.
TheBaldAdept posted... My first character in most fantasy rpg's is a dual wield, heavy armoured battlemage - I can see you can dual wield daggers, and I have found heavy armour and some magical buffs which suit this character, but is it possible to dual wield larger weapons?
Hey bro, while it's true you can't technically wield 2 swords at the same time, you can switch between 2 1 handed swords seamlessly and combo them into attacks manually using x and y. Also, if you do go with daggers, they come in many different variety's as you get more powerful ones. I have seen a set that look like 2 short swords recently. I don't remember where or I'd link them, but if I didn't know any better, I would have assumed they were 2 swords. Also in the E3 demo from last year "briggands hall demo" if you look it up on youtube, it's a 20 min play through of the slayer destiny and he looks to be wielding a samurai type of sword!