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It is crafted at a smithy using 60 materials.
 
It is crafted at a smithy using 60 materials.
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==Ikwa vs. Comparable Weapons==
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This section goes over how well the ikwa fares against comparable weapons (similar value, tech level or similar characteristics) in 1 vs. 1 combat.
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=== Methodology ===
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* All testing is semi-automated which allows for large sample sizes to be gathered per set of results with ease
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* All pawns have a skill level of 8 in melee
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* No pawns have any traits that affect combat performance
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* All pawns are of 18 years of age and completely healthy</div>
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Results in the table below are the percentages of battles that ikwas either won or tied against the weapon listed in the first column of said table, with a sample size of 2,000 battles per result. Higher percentages are better.
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The following armor categories are:
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* '''Unarmored - '''[[Plainleather]] [[button-down shirt]] and plainleather [[pants]]
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* '''Flak - '''[[Steel]] [[simple helmet]], [[flak jacket]], [[flak vest]], plainleather button-down shirt and [[flak pants]]
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* '''Marine - '''[[Marine helmet]], [[marine armor]], plainleather button-down shirt and plainleather pants
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! Other Weapon !! Unarmored !! Flak !! Marine
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! Knife
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| style="background: #FFFF85" | 52.95% || style="background: #FFFF85" | 54.00% || style="background: #CDFF7B" | 57.15%
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|-
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! Gladius
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| style="background: #FFFF85" | 45.00% || style="background: #FFFF85" | 46.50% || style="background: #FFFF85" | 51.10%
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|-
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! Spear
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| style="background: #FFFF85" | 49.05% || style="background: #FFCD7B" | 37.40% || style="background: #FF9B72" | 27.15%
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== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==

Revision as of 22:21, 14 September 2019


Ikwa

Ikwa

"A short spearhandle attached to a long bladed point, designed to be driven into vital organs with a quick thrust."


Type
EquipmentWeapons
Class
Neolithic
Mode
Melee
Attack 1
handle
9 dmg (blunt)
2 seconds cooldown
13% armor penetration
Attack 2 
handle
9 dmg (poke)
1.5 seconds cooldown
13% armor penetration
Attack 3 
head
15 dmg (stab)
2 seconds cooldown
22% armor penetration
Attack 4 
edge
15 dmg (cut)
2 seconds cooldown
22% armor penetration
Melee Average DPS
6.71
Melee Average AP
20%
Buy
Building Material (steel, wood, plasteel, etc.) 50



The ikwa is a neolithic melee weapon that deals heavy stabbing damage.

Crafting

It is crafted at a smithy using 60 materials.


Ikwa vs. Comparable Weapons

This section goes over how well the ikwa fares against comparable weapons (similar value, tech level or similar characteristics) in 1 vs. 1 combat.

Methodology

  • All testing is semi-automated which allows for large sample sizes to be gathered per set of results with ease
  • All pawns have a skill level of 8 in melee
  • No pawns have any traits that affect combat performance
  • All pawns are of 18 years of age and completely healthy


Results in the table below are the percentages of battles that ikwas either won or tied against the weapon listed in the first column of said table, with a sample size of 2,000 battles per result. Higher percentages are better.


The following armor categories are:


Other Weapon Unarmored Flak Marine
Knife 52.95% 54.00% 57.15%
Gladius 45.00% 46.50% 51.10%
Spear 49.05% 37.40% 27.15%

Trivia

Unlike the other melee weapons, the ikwa doesn't exist in real life with the same name; the real life equivalent of the ikwa is the iklwa.