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[Swordsmanship] Nox dexxer

Discussion in 'UO Warrior' started by Argleb_310, Jul 14, 2011.

  1. Argleb_310

    Argleb_310 Adventurer
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    Apr 20, 2009
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    Hello everyone, I was wondering what a good nox dexxer templet would be? I was thinking of making one but would need help with the templet, I have been away from the game for some time now so I have kinda forgotten a lot heh.
  2. ablackninja

    ablackninja Adventurer

    Jul 14, 2011
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    The Dev's broke dexers, and templates... they wanted to be remembered.
  3. longshanks

    longshanks Guest

    fencing is probably better than swords. a good kryss has infectious strike/armor ignore. a war fork for disarming and bleeds.

    you will probably want to take your poison up to 100 so u have a shot at lethal.

    u can go with something like this.

    fence 120
    tact 120
    anat 90
    heal 90
    resist 120
    parry 120
    poison 100
    ttl 760

    i would run a ring brace with +15 on each for 30 and
    i like believe it or not aegis of grace for +10 resist and the dci.

    i ran a temp like this with woodland armor via elf which i enhnaced with bloodwood for the hpr. hits hard and was fun to play. the only thing is your constantly chasing people, so it works better in the close quarters of a spawn rather than in the open field.