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Bare Hands and Dex/Balance

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The player has +30% balance when wielding nothing.
 

 

So, how is this specific line noteworthy, and why is it specifically listed under dexterity only when it doesn't even affect such? Bare Hands is simply a piece of equipment that's "equipped" when wielding nothing, and the Stat Modifier line states:

 
 
Stat modifiers are modifiers that increase or decrease base stats. They include *equipment*
 

 

It's redundant and out of place when listed under an area it doesn't affect. Also, are we to list "This weapon gives X amount of balance" from every single equipment?

Now, if people don't understand Bare Hands being an equipment that adds 8 max damage, 10% critical, and 30% balance, there could be a bullet under Stat Modifiers saying "Bare Hands is classified as equipment and produces stats" or along the lines.

Info (talk)20:46, 16 March 2016

... And this is relevant to the topic at hand, how?

Info (talk)21:43, 17 March 2016
 
 
 
Now, if people don't understand Bare Hands being an equipment that adds 8 max damage, 10% critical, and 30% balance...
 

 

Just because that's your interpretation of it, doesn't mean other people should interpret it the same way. (In fact, they shouldn't)

The two lines you quoted aren't redundant since they refer to two different things: your base balance when you've got no weapons equipped and what base stats are and what they're affected by. Again, not redundant.

Your first quote is listed under dexterity because balance is affected by dexterity (ignoring other modifiers).

Your second quote is under stat modifiers because...it's referring to stat modifiers, and that equipment also modifies base stats.

What you're trying to say is unequipping weapons is the same as equipping bare fists, which, while ignoring the logical issues and confusion that goes with that statement, is just semantics.

Yinato (talk)06:46, 18 March 2016