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  • ScottishPagan
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    Why are there no Gaelic weapons in The Wrath of the Druids DLC? No Irish greatswords, no Irish axes, or dane axes, etc. There is literally 1 spear and 1 shield that are Irish in origin. I'm super disappointed in the weapon selection for the DLC it really feels like you guys didn't put in the effort to bring in the weapons of the Irish people. Like why do you have a Egyptian Khopesh when they weren't even used anywhere at the time of the game?

    I really hope you bring out at the very least a store pack that gives us what you failed to do in the DLC. And since you brought a weapon into the game that hadn't been used in 800 years minimum, you might as well bring out something like a Gallowglass pack. With the Gallowglass sword and armor set. Its 300 to 400 years too early for that but I really don't care. I got this dlc expecting to get Irish weapons and their is more Byzantine and Egyptian gear then there is Irish.

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  • ScottishPagan
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