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Monks and Exotics and Vorpals

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Post Fri Aug 01, 2014 12:37 pm

Monks and Exotics and Vorpals

[ 8] Zarbosa: Monks weapons incapabilities
Fri Aug 1 02:41:04 2014
To: all
I found a hand to hand weapon that can possibly be turned into a vorpal
weapons to support monks. The blackjack found at the murderous wyrm, since
it is the same location where they find the bewitched rapier. Only reason I
ask this is because of the lack of quest weapons available for monks. Most
quest weapons are "exotic" weapons, but monks can't use exotic weapons.
Only hand to hand.

People will argue the fact, yes, monks can use exotic weapon. You are
absolutely correct, they can use exotic weapons, but.... Monks lose palm
block. Do regular classes use shield block if they use exotic weapons?

Some ideas:

1. Switch bewitched rapier into a hand to hand weapon. Those who has the
rapier now can keep it, rare weapon.

2. Monks should be able to use exotic weapons without affecting palm block.

Zarbosa Li'Mazka
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Post Fri Aug 01, 2014 12:39 pm

Re: Monks and Exotics and Vorpals

1 - I'd much rather see a hand-to-hand vorpal weapon added to the game, then to change the rapier. Any changes to it would effect the current ones in the game.
2- Yes. That's kind of crappy.

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Post Fri Aug 01, 2014 1:44 pm

Re: Monks and Exotics and Vorpals

Monks using exotics and maintaining the ability to use monk skills makes total sense. In any of the games that generally serve as system inspirations (DnD etc) for a mud, there are a number of weapon exceptions for monks, and while we don't have the ability to split exotics apart for a single classes use, I see no reason to futher limit an already crippled class.

As for the hand to hand vorpal, I agree with Spidertown that it's just a building issue that can be addressed without potentially harming other players with a fix.
Yeah? Well, you know, that's just like, your OPINION, man.

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