- Thu Mar 03, 2022 11:45 pm #16447202
Pretty sure any Imp that wields it can drop this sword. It has a Bastard Sword Moveset. Pretty good option for a non slash bleed weapon. I have used it a little while I was levelling.
- Mon Mar 14, 2022 2:51 am #16507805
I can't really see a reason to use this over the Flamberge. Flamberge has higher scaling, higher base damage, and the same bleed stats and moveset. I think you'd really only use this as a powerstance combo with a right handed Flamberge since you can only get one Flamberge per ng. Only advantage this has is slightly lower weight, but not by much.
- Sat Mar 19, 2022 4:01 am #16540481
Just wanna interject to the anon above, there's 3 Bleed Greatswords, this one, Flamberge and Sword of Milos, additionally yo ucan just put Bleed Infusion on literally any Sword without an Ash of War.
- Tue Mar 15, 2022 4:37 am #16516306
This is exactly the style I was looking for. The prongs are not too rigid; they have some flex to them and they are the right length 12" for stove top cooking. They are not flat; there is a curve to the prongs. So this weapon is perfect for stirring food in a skillet. They easily get to the food in the bottom edges of the skillet and bring it out for proper stirring and heating. These are the ones you can't find in any stores. If you want a straight, rigid fork that can stab a steak and turn it over, this weapon is not for you. The weapon does, however, work well in hard-coat pans and skillets as they won't scratch the surface. They work great for stirring any food in a skillet like turning over shrimp scampi, noodles, scrambled eggs, stir-fry type frozen meals, etc.
- Mon Mar 21, 2022 6:14 am #16550835
while similar i think the main difference between this and the flamberge is the moveset. fork uses the bastard sword moveset while flamberge uses the standard greatsword moveset.