Chaos Fantasy Sword Review
The Chaos Fantasy Sword by Generation 2 is a functional fantasy sword classic.
It's an old school beast of a thing, and the reviewer fell in love with it at first sight.
While it has a few flaws, it's about as solid as any beater sword every was.. It is, the beater sword that set the standard.
Legacy Arms Chaos Fantasy Sword Review
Review by Firehand10k, USA
Point of Balance
I had previously reviewed the old model back on the SBG sword forums, and while I love that sword I couldn't resist getting it as made now.
I had to do it! Since I had the old one and had heard so much about how Gen2 upgraded their tempering process, a while ago, and redesigned several of their swords to improve the balance and functionality I had to see for myself.
It came wrapped in plastic and thickly coated in packing grease. I got the new scabbard out and found it a great improvement over the plain leather old one. I will confess that at first sight of the blade I thought, Man this seems frail compared to the old one. I was wrong but more to come on that later. Even while just cleaning off the grease it felt like it was going to be a much more maneuverable blade, at nearly a pound lighter than the old design. Once I could see it all I was very impressed with the overall new look, although I still thought it looked too light.
(At the time) Kult of Athena offered free shipping on this and was super fast at getting it to me. It arrived Monday after being ordered just Friday afternoon and shipped the same day (Im sure it would have arrived sooner if UPS delivered on weekends).
Blade Length: 33 7/8
Guard Height: 7/8" at center
Fit and Finish
Blade- The blade is polished to nearly a mirror finish (much shinier than the old version). The tool marks from the shaping are visible only near the middle of the blade.
The blade is thinner and lighter than I expected after handling the original. A small curve has been added above the fantasy cutouts near the hand guard to make a more graceful look and an overall narrower blade.
The fuller has also been narrowed and keeps an aesthetic balance to the resized blade. While less of a beast than its predecessor this version is just as solidly assembled. The improved finish has made it nearly (but not quite) impossible to see where the hand-guard and pommel claws are pinned into place.
Handle- The handle of this sword is much smaller around than the older one (4 circumference Vs. 5).
The handle is completely circular under the wrap so when the wrap was applied in a twist it actually makes the handle thicker than it is wide (opposite a usual oval handle). The wrap is leather applied very tight with even twists. The red under-wrap looks like a nylon cloth and has a bit of metallic sparkle to it.
The handle is still very solid and secure held on by a peened on pommel.
Hand Guard and Pommel- The hand guard and pommel are both polished steel. They each consist of more than one piece with the pieces pinned and peened together.
The claws are ¼ thick. The polish has been improved so that the pins holding the claw pieces in place are barely visible.
The peened end of the tang is more prominent than the older version making it look as if the whole attachment has actually been upgraded.
The whole assembly is still very tight after putting it through much more demanding tests than any other sword I have too date.
Sheath- A vast improvement over the plain leather sheath of the previous version. It is wood wrapped in thin leather with steel end-cap and throat. It is so tight that when inserted the cutouts on the blade dug out some of the wood. I also found, when I went to cut up some water bottles, that the dye on the outside is more like ink and runs badly when wet (at the time of writing this I have washed my hands 3 times already and still have black stains one them).
Cutting- With the improved polish this edition also came with an improved edge. It was very ready to cut straight out of the box. I cut several thicknesses of plastic bottles, some cardboard boxes, and a pool noodle, then proceeded to hack up a pine 1x6. This is the first sword with which I have successfully cut the thick PowerAid bottles.
I thought the first might be luck but I succeeded with two more after that. This version is much faster and more maneuverable than the older one. The blade sustained only superficial scuffing and the entire sword remained solid and straight even after more (half of a 30 gallon trash bag worth of bottles in one session) and harder (intentionally attacking the pine board) cutting than I have used any sword for before
Sharper, smaller and faster but just as durable. This sword finally brings a fantasy weapon to life in an affordable and entirely usable form. Its early design was very good for giving fantasy fans a passable beater.
The improved weight and balance make the Gen2 Chaos a real sword that fantasy fans can afford and train with instead of settling for unusable decorations and trying to tell ourselves we wont swing them around. In just 2 days this sword has risen from something I looked at in skepticism to the pinnacle of my collection.
An elegant yet capable weapon for the more discerning barbarian.
- Extremely durable construction
- Natural and surprisingly good handling for a sword of this weight
- Original and creative design
- Dye on leather can tend to run if exposed to water
- Finish is quite rough in many places - will not appeal to everyone
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Sword of Chaos is advertised as “one of the most cutting-edge” MMORPGs ever produced for the mobile space, and it’s now available for Android and iOS devices. According to the game’s maker All Star Games, Sword of Chaos combines the elements of fatal attraction and chaotic violence into a unique and astonishing visual feast. The game’s features include 20 “challenging” floors, the ability to learn magic skills to defeat the enemy, a wide range of monsters and other enemies, such as centurions, goatmen, werewolves, and more, and of course, as is the case with many MMORPGs, the option to form or join a guild. Customization is another key feature of the game, as it comes with 68 sets of outfits that you can mix and match.
Just like any other MMORPG, this is a game that requires a lot of patience when learning how to play and learning how to make your way through the ranks. But we hope to make this all easier for you with these Sword of Chaos tips and tricks. Let’s get to them.
1. Follow The Game’s Quests
When trying to gain experience points, your first option should always be taking on the quests and completing them. These are arguably better for XP than battles are, and if you go to the quest menu and tap on your chosen quest, you’ll be taken to wherever you need to go.
2. Use The Auto Battle Feature Smartly
Normally, we’re cautious about auto battle features, but for what it’s worth, you can unlock it once you reach Level You can actually use this to farm for gold, experience points, and equipment; with Auto Battle on, you can sit back and relax instead of micro-managing your troops to ensure the win.
On the other hand, you should not use Auto Battle when you’re facing a boss or gearing up for any other tough battle in the game. The game’s AI isn’t sophisticated enough to handle these harder battles, so what you’ll want to do is toggle back to manual mode and use the hit-and-run strategy to minimize the damage that you take.
3. Talk To The NPCs
Although, it sounds tempting to simply let quests auto-populate, it’s also good practice to talk to the game’s non-playing characters, or NPCs. A lot of them have their own quests for you to complete, and these quests come with new equipment and other freebies you might not be able to get from the standard quests.
4. Take Part In The Special Events
Aside from quests and battles, Sword of Chaos also has special events, as well as multiplayer raids and other collaborative options. Typically, these will give you much more attractive rewards than what you can expect from single-player quests.
As a bit of a disclaimer for this tip, Sword of Chaos is a fairly new game, and is still in the Open Beta stage. But as the weeks pass, you can expect more events to become available, thus giving you more chances for some nice rewards.
Sword of Chaos is a new MMO action RPG for the iOS and Android platforms that combines a rather deep and nuanced fighting method with female characters that have some of the most cartoonishly ridiculous breasts in the history of videogames. You can pick from one of three characters, each of whom can equip a multitude of weapons and armor and play not only in instance battles, but in raids and in special events as well. Read on for some tips and tricks for Sword of Chaos!
In battle you have not only regular attacks and dodge moves at your disposal, but multiple skills and multiple levels of each skill, meaning that if you use a skill more than one time in a row, a different attack happens. This is usually two attack levels, but there can be more levels than that depending on the skill. You might have a skill that you can use three or four times in a row before having to finally let it charge.
At level 10 you can unlock the auto battling mode, which makes it a lot easier to grind for experience points, gold and items you can just put your phone down instead of having to control every move. However, when you are fighting in an extra tough battle, such as an area boss, switch back to manual mode and start using hit and run attacks to make sure that you take as little damage as possible. This especially applies with the mage, since she is a long distance attacker.NEW: September Active Promo Codes for Pokémon GO: The Full List and How to Redeem Them
Quests, of course, are possibly a stronger source of experience points than battles are, even, and the game automatically sends you where you need to go if you go to the quest menu and tap on the quest you want to take on. Combine the auto-populate mode in quests and the auto-battling mode and you can level your characters all day long if you choose.
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Dont get stuck doing just the quest auto populate, though. Talk to everyone that you see in the town that youre able to talk to. Many of them will have new quests that you otherwise wouldnt find, and with new quests come new rewards, rare weapons and armor, and more good stuff.
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Keep an eye out for special events, and for multiplayer events such as raids. These will often provide much better rewards than just the single-player quests. Right now the game is in Open Beta, but the older the game gets, the more of these will start to pop up.
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Sword of Chaos may seem like a daunting game at first with as many ways as there are to increase your power, activities to do, and mechanics to learn. This guide is a quick handbook to how to best use the many things you have at your disposal. This may not include all details about a subject, but will give the general idea of how to use everything.
Picking Your Class
Picking your class is very important up front, as the game is not very friendly towards running multiple characters. The best and easiest way to get better and stronger at the game is to play the same character consistently.
A well rounded class with both offensive and defensive capabilities. Their movement skills are rather fast allowing them to close in on targets quickly, however, their attacks once they get close are a bit on the slow side, making them feel sluggish in close range. This class excels at diving back line characters such as Enchantress and Sharpshooter.
-Fast (Fastest once "Matrix" is unlocked)
-Slow melee attacks
-Moderate crowd control
The Blood Hunter is the easiest class to learn with the heaviest armor, fast acting attack skills, and large area crowd control. He will dominate any character in close range, but his animations are slow for his many dashes, giving more experienced players room to dodge and avoid him. He does best at countering the Sword Master with superior close range ability, and running objectives in PvP maps.
-Fast, but not agile
-Fast melee attacks
-High crowd control
The Enchantress is a long range class with large AOE skills and the highest damage and crowd control. She has huge potential to put out damage in fights, but suffers the weakness of long animations. Every one of her major spells has a long cast time, making her very vulnerable when she attacks. She is weak to any class that can get up in her face and dodge her spells. She is also the only class with many skills with multiple sources of damage, allowing her to "Limit Break" and hit enemies with multiple sources at once, dealing up to 5x damage in base "Thunder Rage", which will commonly 1 shot players at lower levels if landed perfectly.
-Large AOE damage
-High crowd control
-Very slow attacks
The Sharp Shooter has the longest range in the game, able to pick off enemies from far out of sight. He also has incredibly quick animations, allowing him to dip in and out of combat with ease. He has the potential to outmaneuver almost any class in the game, but comes with 2 major weaknesses aside from his low durability. He lacks any form of movement skill, and does not have access to crowd control until he can unlock Insignias.
-No crowd control
Power is a term referring to a single number that represents the cumulative stats of a player and it is generally a good way to gauge how strong someone is. It is important to keep in mind that just having high raw power may not increase your damage or durability, it is making sure the power investments you are making are in your core stats that will have an effect in combat. A good example of this is with the "Treeman Clan" (Bonus: + Poison Atk, + Poison Def), a magic card set every player is given very early on. While it may seem like a good idea to invest card fragments into it for the power boost it can provide, it won't actually do anything unless you are a Blood Hunter running the skill "Demon Strike", the only poison skill in the game. The set only provides damage to only one skill, and protects players from that one skill.
Your skills are the main determining factor in your play-style, as every class has access to 6 base ones, but can only carry 4. Skills can be leveled up in order to increase their damage and will increase your power as a result, but will quickly increase in gold cost as they get higher level. It is highly recommended you pick your 4 favorite skills early on and leave the last 2 at low level in order to easily complete the daily quests to level a skill.
Insignias are alternate versions of skills unlocked via "Taurus Secret Realm". They will modify or even replace skills with completely new ones for new effects. They are an incredible heavy investment, requiring fragments to make. Fragments are bought in packs of 5 and cannot be bought within 10 hours of each other. Their new effects may give more damage, crowd control, or other, but may open up a new weakness as a result. While they do not increase your power at all numerically, the combat effectiveness they bring is estimated as a 10% bonus per insignia equipped.
Gear is your base equipment and will provide the majority of bonuses for the stats they give. They will also have random stats attached to them. Gear will make up a very large portion of your combat strength so it is important to keep it up to date. For levels , it does not really matter what gear you use as long as you continue to get upgrades, past that, you will want to get the Red gear, buyable with the PvP currency in the Honor Store located in Royal Arena . This lv 30 gear will be significantly stronger than gear including orange pieces 10 levels higher. You can also combine these pieces to create lv 40 and lv 50 versions. If you cannot log in for PvP events, you should do trial stages and go for Orange Blueprints instead to craft. You will need to do this for weapon and rings as red versions are not freely available.
-Head gives Health
-Chest and Feet give Physical Defense
-Talisman and Artifact give Magic Defense
-Ring and Weapon give Physical Attack or Magic Attack (depending on class)
Gems are high power stones you place into your different pieces of gear to grant different bonuses based on the type of gear and the color of the gem. For gem strategies, use your biggest gems in your weapon to increase your damage. Red and Yellow are very important for defensive stats as they give Physical, Magical, Fire, and Thunder defense (both of the main types and the 2 most common elements). Check the elements of the attacks you are using and use the corresponding color gem in your ring and artifact.
-Weapon gives primary offensive stats
-Head and Chest give primary defensive stats
-Ring and Artifact give element based attack
-Feet and Talisman give element based defense
Permanent bonuses that you will constantly level up as you get holy stones. They will give massive amounts of power over time as you continue to nurture them. They have predetermined stats they give.
Permanent bonuses that you will constantly level up as you get star souls. They will give massive amounts of power over time as you continue to unlock stars. They have predetermined stats they give.
Permanent bonuses you that you can pick and choose how to level. They will greatly increase your chosen stats over time. You will receive cards for different activities, each has their own stats. There are also set bonuses that give significantly increased rewards or special abilities based on the lowest level card in the set. It is recommended you do not spend your card fragments to level up cards until you have unlocked a full set with strong bonuses or bonuses that apply to you. That way, once you get the full set, you can dump all your card fragments at once to get both a huge power boost, and meaningful stats in the process.
Permanent bonuses that are given to you when your prestige level increases. You gain prestige from Eternal Fantasy, after completing floors. You get 5 prestige for every attempt you do (because one attempt is 5 floors). Don't use your prestige until you have enough to level up, because amount of prestige will decrease a (Does not affect the prestige that is not used). After leveling up your prestige, you are given three random options, in which you may choose the attributes you prefer.
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