Yep, totally did, awesome and thanks MPTheSilver said:Sword damage is based on the silver/steel sword styles.When upgrading those skills, the damage increases.Since the "non-Witchter" swords are not made out of silver or meterorite steel, the damage decreases. However, not by "-30" but by "-30%"So a "normal" meterorite sword (lets just take the beginning one) would do the exact damage based on the skill.A -20% sword would do the damage based on skills minus 20%.A +20% sword would do the damage based on skills plus 20%.I hope I cleared it up a little
'based on combat style' swords deal damage equal to used swords style attack. you can check it in character development menu, in talents description.+xx% damage means that damage of currently used sword style attack is increased by xx percent.etainne said:I wonder what the ones listed as 'based on combat style' go up to. I mean is there any advantage to another sword?
Which dialog is it? The "Witchers never get sick, but a lot of pain", or the other one, not the knight one. Also, do you have to be neutral?Raider666 said:Ard'aenye is possible to find only in Witcher v1.0Raider666 said:Anyone found this sword. EVER?. Many players have been trying to find Ard'aenye in Raven's Crypt in later versions of the game, but noone succeded.when you tell Alvin to become a witcher in act IV