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  • Which sword is better?

    Vacuum Tube Sword with 15% Damage to slowed and snared targets, 35% damage and 60% Crit damage, -17% Durability Decay

    Stabsworth the lll with 75% crit damage and 10% damage, 22.5% damage to slowed and snared targets, -17% durability decay.

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    On paper, I'd say the Vacuum Tube Sword. Unless you had a way to increase your chances for Critical Damage, Sir Stabworth the III's +75% Crit Damage may not mean much if it doesn't appear often, plus Vacuum has the higher flat damage buff at +35% as opposed to +10%.

    Also, the Vacuum Tube Weapons have a guaranteed Nature Element attached to them from the get-go, important when Elemental matchups are absolutely crucial in later areas like Canny Valley and whenever Epic gets around to releasing Twine Peaks, where you can expect to encounter Elemental Smashers.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Shanvhere View Post
      Vacuum Tube Sword with 15% Damage to slowed and snared targets, 35% damage and 60% Crit damage, -17% Durability Decay

      Stabsworth the lll with 75% crit damage and 10% damage, 22.5% damage to slowed and snared targets, -17% durability decay.
      Vacuum Tube

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      • #4
        Tube sword. If I remember correctly, tube sword has nature damage fixed, what makes it a little better than Stabsworth.
        For the perks:
        15% is weaker than 22,5 against snared, but non of these swords does have a snare on it, which wasically makes both perks useless.
        35% damage beats 10% damage all day and resulting in overall higher damage output.
        75% crit damage might seem a lot more than 60%, but the 35% regular bonus might make up for the missing 15% crit, but since both swords have around 10% crit chance, you shouldn't rely on it.
        ​​​​​​​the 17% durability is equal on both, so it should be self explaining.

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