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[COMPLETED - WEAPON CONCEPT] Expanded imperial set

Hi,

Here's the whole imperial set. Steel on the left, silver in the middle, ebony on the right. Silver is just silver-gilded steel. After all, silver is not better than steel, damage-wise. 
There were only two swords in Morrowind's imperial set. The new set has been made so it looks mass produced.

So much fun to make 

Edited by: Cesare on 04/18/2016 - 19:31
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I'd really like it if the two

I'd really like it if the two handed axe wasn't double bitted. It's for killing people, not felling mighty oaks. Needs to be agile over... Well a second head of the same type doesn't have any benefit really. adding a hammer or a spike on the back could work nicely.

Also, what I assume is 2h weapons seems the same size as 1h. While I'm not in favor of ridiculously bulky fantasy axes, the handle could be longer (even up to the armpit height of the character) and possibly thicker since it has to withstand more leverage and will be used for parrying.

Overall this is really good, loving the realism on this.

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Well, I understand your point

Well, I understand your point but maybe it will be better to add a bit more engravings to silver ones (just to make them more distinctive from steel set), to give them more "parade" feel. The damage is the same, but they need sth "better" than set for privates. Seeing rank and hierarchy in weapon is quite cool.

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Awesome work. But since I

Awesome work. But since I entered the island of Vvardenfell I strongly remember that imperial weapons were less "wooden red". yeah... another age but personally I prefer more steel (gray-silver colors), less wood in them.

 

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And true about silver. Silver

And true about silver. Silver weapons are thoroughly described in lore as parade weapons to be used by nobles.