Question by Mihity (GGG).
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Giant Force Sword #1
quote (GGG to Dr. Kromm) -----
>The damage divisor is explicitly mentioned in order to make it clear
>that the added damage for big swords also gets the divisor. If you add
>+2d(5) to 4d(5), you get 6d(5). If we had just said "+2d," it would
>suggest that damage becomes 4d(5)+2d, which would be incorrect.
So, if I make a giant force sword,
wet. cutdam. length. x2 4lb 12d(5) 3 x2 8lb 16d(5) 4 x2 16lb 20d(5) 5 x2 32lb 24d(5) 6 x2 64lb 28d(5) 7 x2 128lb 32d(5) 8 x2 256lb 36d(5) 9 x2 512lb 40d(5) 10 ...
If it is true, obiously Giant Force Swords are TOO MUCH WEAK! They are very vulky
and also less effective weapon. There are a lot of more effective Solid weapons. I know
that Solid weapons can't parry F.Swords, but still they can't impale any armor, I think...
It resist us to play any Anime(particurally GUNDAM) with it. How do you think?
quote (Dr. Kromm to GGG) -----
On 22 Dec 98 at 20:22, GGG wrote:
> So, if I make a giant force sword,
> ...like those?
You have it right.
> If it is true, obiously Giant Force Swords are TOO MUCH WEAK!
Not really -- they only encounter 1/5 DR *and* they never run out of
ammunition. Think about it: A 40d(5) weapon can defeat DR 700 or so!
That makes it the equivalent of a 20d(10) armor-piercing rocket that
can hit *every turn!*
Giant Force Sword #3