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DC releases two charges with PS?

Discussion in 'Assassin' started by GoldenSlumber, Apr 5, 2004.

  1. GoldenSlumber

    GoldenSlumber IncGamers Member

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    DC releases two charges with PS?

    I have been wanting to make a c/c sin, but does pheonix strike release two charges when combined with dragon claws? or is it only the attacks that you need claw class weapons for (CoT, ect.....)?
     
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    GenXCub IncGamers Member

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    Charge-ups only get released by the first attack, so when you use DC, the first releases charges, the second just does a standard DC attack... otherwise we'd all be Dragon Talon sins, releasing 8+ charges on each kick :)
     
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    but the description of dragon claw says that a charge is released with each claw attack........... am i wrong?
     
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    The description says that... true. But it doesn't work that way.
     
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    It's really a shame it doesn't work like that. That would make DC alot more usefull then it is now. DC already lost the uninteruptable thing , which was the only real advantage in comparison to a normal attack.

    The only time DC is more useless to release charges next to a normal attack is against bosses. There you need all the AR you can get , and DC boosts AR quite alot.
     

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