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When fighting an uncivilized enemy, sometimes a civilized [[weapon]] just won't get the job done. For this reason, Frantz has trained with massive axes that split his monstrous opponents in two with single strokes. Though not as fast as his sword, Frantz's axe makes up for the difference with the raw power and range of his attacks. He also employs some rather unorthodox techniques in which he throws the colossal weapon toward his foes like other men would throw darts.
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When fighting an uncivilized enemy, sometimes a civilized [[weapon]] just won't get the job done. For this reason, Frantz has trained with massive axes that split his monstrous opponents in two with single strokes.[[File:Axe_Focus0.png|thumb]] Though not as fast as his sword, Frantz's axe makes up for the difference with the raw power and range of his attacks. He also employs some rather unorthodox techniques in which he throws the colossal weapon toward his foes like other men would throw darts.
   
 
Axes are [[Frantz]]'s secondary weapon, and begin dropping at level 10. They are slightly stronger, but slower than swords.
 
Axes are [[Frantz]]'s secondary weapon, and begin dropping at level 10. They are slightly stronger, but slower than swords.
 
 
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Revision as of 02:00, October 27, 2011

When fighting an uncivilized enemy, sometimes a civilized weapon just won't get the job done. For this reason, Frantz has trained with massive axes that split his monstrous opponents in two with single strokes.
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Though not as fast as his sword, Frantz's axe makes up for the difference with the raw power and range of his attacks. He also employs some rather unorthodox techniques in which he throws the colossal weapon toward his foes like other men would throw darts.

Axes are Frantz's secondary weapon, and begin dropping at level 10. They are slightly stronger, but slower than swords.

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