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Posted February 12, 2012 - 11:39 AM
What are your thoughts on dual-wielding so far? Does it increase your damage amount enough to justify it? I was thinking about trying it on my next character, but it seems there are just as many detractors as supporters.
I'm experimenting with dual wield ATM so 2 one handed weaps and a trusty bow are about it. Fits my playstyle. I like to sneak attack with the bow if possible (cleared a bandit lair last night by picking 'em off one by one, very fun). Then if I'm discovered or ambushed I bust out the dual wield and go berserker style with shouts.
Posted February 12, 2012 - 12:20 PM
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Posted February 15, 2012 - 05:27 PM
On my best character I had, I had a bow, a dagger, and two one handed weapons. Bow was for sneak and long distance stuff (since I didn't mage at all), dagger was for sneak 30X damage kills, and I dual wielded.Right now I'm on a pure mage, so no weapons. D:
Posted February 15, 2012 - 06:28 PM
Nuff said. Yeah I had pretty much the same type of theif/assassin type Khajiit.Now I'm going with non stealthy approach, just shield and mace.
Posted February 15, 2012 - 06:34 PM
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Posted February 20, 2012 - 11:38 AM
Well swords do less attack but are faster, that doesnt mean that they are better, dual wielding maces would be the same as dual weilding swords, just a little slower, dual weilding swords would be the same, just a little weaker, but the enemy woul die about the same time either wayLike I use the slowest weapon in the game, the warhammer, but that doesnt mean its any less deadlier than a greatsword
First playthough: Mace in right hand, fire spell in left (ice for dragons)Second Playthough: Sword in right hand, fire spell in left (ice for dragons)I was so ticked off when I poured perks into maces, then found out swords were better. I know I don't use variety, but this method works.
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