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  • D4nteli0n
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    Hi, I noticed a huge difference in damage between Varin's Axe (87 Atk at lvl 4) and Carolingian Longsword (105 Atk at lvl 4 too).
    Both of them are Bear-aligned and upgraded to the same level but Varin's Axe hits for ~50 damage, then it escalates with each hit until the final hit at ~62.
    The Carolingian Longsword hits for ~32 damage and goes up to ~44 for the last hit.

    I've checked if the masteries of the weapons counted towards damage but they don't, only affects stun, speed and critical chance.
    The details of my equipment also show that my primary weapon (carolingian) has more attack than my axe. I swapped them too to be sure and test it (I also have the Heavy Dual Wield skill).
    I also tested them both without any other weapons/shield equipped and it's the same damage.

    So, details show that my greatsword (2handed weapon) should do more damage per swing than my 1 handed Varin's Axe. Logic.
    But logic doesn't apply here. My little axe does way more damage than my huge sword and I hate it because I prefer the greatsword's moveset.

    What could be causing this ? Varin's Axe damage overtuned despite the stats showing otherwise ?
    If that isn't a bug, why use a slower weapon with seemingly more attack stat over a faster weapon with a better Q(hold) attack with seemingly worst attack stat AND better stun, less weight ? Weapon's reach ? Meh, the axe can also damage multiple enemies at once...

    Please fix the weapons damage, or bring back random loot so that I can get rid of this overtuned axe/undertuned greatsword because something is definitely wrong here.

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  • david_nort
    3 posts

    Totally agree with you.
    Two hand weapons should have better damage than now.

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