Wed May 02, 2018 4:23 pm
I'm surprised to have found sets on here for War and Death from the Darksiders series, but neither set made for them seems to be very on-par with the characters they were meant to depict. So, as my first comment on the FextraLife wiki, I would like to share my ideas for these sets. War: Slave Knight hood Lothric Knight armor Ringed Knight gauntlets Exile leggings Black Knight Greatsword (RH1) Great Corvian Scythe (RH2) Demon's Fist (LH1) While the Desert Pyromancer hood is a good pick for this, it hides War's face, which can still be seen partly from beneath his hood, which is why I believe the Slave Knight hood is a better candidate. I can see that they were going for a bulky look with Dragonscale armor, but it lacks the red hues and shoulder pauldrons of War's typical outfit, so that's why I went with the Lothric Knight armor. I personally prefer the Ringed Knight gauntlets over Havel's gauntlets because War's right gauntlet has layered plates similar to the Ringed Knight gauntlets while his larger left gauntlet will be replicated by the Demon's Fist, but Havel's gauntlets replicate the Abyssal Chain gadget in Darksiders, so I could see what they had in mind there. While both the RH1 and LH1 weapons for this set are perfect, a good pick for a RH2 weapon would be the Great Corvian Scythe because it most closely resembles the Scythe secondary weapon that can be bought from an NPC in Darksiders, and with the Black Knight Greatsword replicating Chaoseater and the Demon's Fist replicating War's enchanted gauntlet and the Tremor Fist (when two-handed), the Corvian Great Scythe would be the cherry on top to give access to all three primary weapons used in Darksiders. Death: Dark mask No chestpiece Cornyx's wrap Assassin leggings Friede's Great Scythe (RH1) Now this one was difficult to piece together, but the headpiece was a no-brainer; the Dark mask not only functions like Death's bone mask, it also has long black strands hanging from it like Death's hair. The base version of Death, such as what's seen in the beginning of the game, is bare-chested, therefore I went with no chestpiece, but the Brigand armor is optional because it's similar to armor pieces found throughout Darksiders 2. I chose Cornyx's wrap for the hands because Death usually wears wraps in-game as opposed to gauntlets, but Gauntlets of Favor pair well with Brigand Armor in this scenario, but if you're looking for different base handwear then Dark or Ringed Knight gauntlets are two examples of what Death would likely use. Now the legs were a hard pick, but I settled for Assassin leggings because Death typically wears pants and boots that appear to be made from leather and have wrappings or buckles on them; feel free to experiment with other leggings and see how it turns out. I think the dual Warpicks are a good idea, but what better way to replicate dual scythes than by using dual scythes? That's why I went with Friede's Great Scythe. Now here's the fun part: since Darksiders 2 has a lot of equipment to swap between, this allows for a lot of flexibility. This means there's a lot of secondary weapons to choose from, which makes nearly all greataxes, great hammers, halberds, fists, and claws perfect candidates for RH2 weapons. Feel free to mess around with magic for these kits too; don't forget, they have arcane abilities on top of weapon skill.