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9-07-2008 @ 3:11PM
in response to your comment about being sneaky with an axe..you dont think that you could chop somones had off quickly? or fingers? hands or other extremety? axes are the most efficient cutting tools.the french used them and are named after them (the franciscan look it up) and they did alot of 'roguish' things.just food for thought. but yeah its probably for game mechanics. you cant have every player use every weapon
9-07-2008 @ 3:21PM
What about warriors they can use every weapon except wands.
9-07-2008 @ 3:28PM
Well, warriors dedicate themselves to using weapons, so it makes sense they'd be able to use almost everything. Rogues dedicate themselves to a particular kind of sneaky fighting; thus, it's less likely the average rogue would spend time to use every possible weapon.
9-07-2008 @ 3:42PM
Actually it's really hard to chop someone's head off quickly. Hence the invention of the guillotine. Usually it took a few strokes, and that's with gravity working for you.
9-07-2008 @ 4:03PM
Typically its back stab, stab to vitals, bleeding the vitals, slit throat, and sapping the thief does. Decapitations and mega damage due to weapons themselves are not the thieves job.Thats why rogues are so heavy dependent on crit mechanics.
9-07-2008 @ 6:23PM
Axes+Sharpening Stone=Guillotine I am angry about it myself. Why cant hunters uses maces.
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