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Old 10-05-2017, 10:23 PM   #11
corwyn
 
Join Date: Aug 2004
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Default Re: Simple Combat Balance Question.

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Originally Posted by Bruno View Post

The Thief is in the most painful place because many thieves rely on stabbing things, and Skeletons don't respect that. Stick to the swing cutting attacks on his blades, if they have them. A knife wielding thief may actually be better off "backstabbing" with their Brawling skill of 15 and a boot to a skeletons backside!
Due to the Thief's combat effectiveness being so dependent on positioning, he's probably stuck with taking down a skeleton every two or three turns if he has a bunch of Expert Backstabbing. If he doesn't, not so good.
Also, you know you can swing a large knife, or even better, use a short baton with Knife skill, right, at the same damage as a large knife (or, more likely, if he has a lot of Backstabber, a Kukri).
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