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  • BJgobbleDix
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    As title states, if you dual wield Flails, the damage per hit is cut in half (sometimes more) compared to using a single flail. For example, I may typically deal about 45 or so damage on my first few hits with a single flail and it racks up to eventually dealing well over 100 consistently. But when dual wielding, my damage per hit is between 18 and 20 and only gets up to about 60 during the Finishers. The Heavy hits still deal well over 100 or even 200 though like they should.

    The only way to bypass this damage bug that cuts them in half is to start your Light Combo swings and on about the 4th swing, hold the button down. You will not do the Finisher and instead continuously swing your Flails around till you run out of Stamina. Doing this will move the damage from the minimal 20ish to well over 100 and even 200. Its as if it bypasses the bug and reverts damage back to its proper form.

    NOTE: that other weapons like Daggers and Spears do not have their damage cut in half when dual wielded thus why they deal so much more damage than dual wielded flails.

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