Can someone confirm if this image is the Guardian Axe?
Its a butchers axe theres one in a house to the south west of venore boat in antica —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Dark Elf Necromancer (talk • contribs). Remember to sign your comments!
Can anyone tell me where I can find any proves or confirmations that this weapon exists and really is dropped by undead dragons? Undead dragons are strong and such, however I doubt they would drop a weapon as good as an annihilator weapon.
-- Xellos φ Contributions φ Talk 02:34, 31 July 2007 (PDT)
Just to add - the weapon is claimed to be for level 70+, which there is a two hander with the same attack which is fixed for 70+ as well, and a one hander which requires level 75, but has LESS attack and defense. Seems a bit far fetched to me. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Summ Tartarus (talk • contribs). Remember to sign your comments!
Not necessarily that far-fetched. Two-handed weapons have a (usual) disadvantage of not being able to use a shield, so a one-hander is generally preferable. Also, the two-handers can only be used by knights. CIP may just be balancing the more stringent vocation requirement by lowering the required level.
All of this is speculation, so don't take my word for it.... I'm just providing some reasonable doubt.
-- ave, Caesar, morituri te salutant
-- -- 12:20, 1 August 2007 (PDT)
Yes, that was exactly my point - it is simply too good a weapon to be used at that level. Since so far I've seen no reason to believe this, plus in a thread on WoT someone says that the so called finder of this axe has faked this page himself I'd say it's best this page is deleted. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Summ Tartarus (talk • contribs). Remember to sign your comments!
00:43 You see a guardian axe (Atk:46, Def:11).
It can only be wielded properly by players of level 50 or higher.
It weighs 110.00 oz.
looted 2 of them from deepling guard..