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womackcn
1 month ago#1
https://nintendoeverything.com/travis-touchdown-to-appear-as-a-pawn-in-dragons-dogma-dark-arisen/

Travis as a pawn lol

I'm kinda curious if that sword is actually just an Eden's Warden...
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womackcn
1 month ago#2
Edit: I'm actually 100% sure that is an Eden's Warden sword. Since it shows the character stats (which indicate it is a pawn leveled to 30 solely as a fighter, you can add the Gold Rarified Eden's Warden stats to level 30 fighter stats to confirm).

https://dragonsdogma.fandom.com/wiki/Eden%27s_Warden

While the source video is real, claims that the beam katana are in (from NintendoEverything) seem false.

Developer pawns were a thing in the original version, so this isn't super out of left field. Go look in the rift menu right now and you'll see an option for special pawns that has an empty list. that's where these sorts of pawns went before (and probably where Travis will be).
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womackcn
1 month ago#3
Edit 2: Was curious about the gloves being misinformation on gaming news sites as well.

Found a bigger pic. https://www-actugaming-net.cdn.ampproject.org/i/s/www.actugaming.net/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/Dragons-Dogma-Travis-Strikes-Again_04-16-19_004.jpg

I believe that's the chaos gauntlets arm armor, crimson jerkin chest clothing, and skull belts chest armor. Nothing new.

https://dragonsdogma.fandom.com/wiki/Chaos_Gauntlets

https://dragonsdogma.fandom.com/wiki/Crimson_Jerkin

https://dragonsdogma.fandom.com/wiki/Skull_Belts
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s_dubs
4 weeks ago#4
The pre-made "special" pawns are always complete crap. Been this way since the original PS3/360 version lol.
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womackcn
4 weeks ago#5
s_dubs posted...
The pre-made "special" pawns are always complete crap. Been this way since the original PS3/360 version lol.

This one seems better. He has a gold raryfied Eden's Warden and can be summoned for free at level 1. He has no shield though...
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s_dubs
4 weeks ago#6
womackcn posted...
s_dubs posted...
The pre-made "special" pawns are always complete crap. Been this way since the original PS3/360 version lol.

This one seems better. He has a gold raryfied Eden's Warden and can be summoned for free at level 1. He has no shield though...


No shield isn't much of an issue. They can actually be more of a hindrance than a help as no matter the inclination, Pawns tend to favor using their shield skills over sword and never in an effective way. This is why Shield Drum is so frowned upon, because the pawn will just stand there spamming it over and over never doing anything else. (That and because it doesn't actually do anything. I have never once seen it actively draw the attention of a monster for longer than a second, if that) Now obviously the better solution is to simply not set any shield skills so they still have the shield for actually blocking with, but you know it's whatever lol.
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womackcn
4 weeks ago#7
s_dubs posted...
womackcn posted...
s_dubs posted...
The pre-made "special" pawns are always complete crap. Been this way since the original PS3/360 version lol.

This one seems better. He has a gold raryfied Eden's Warden and can be summoned for free at level 1. He has no shield though...


No shield isn't much of an issue. They can actually be more of a hindrance than a help as no matter the inclination, Pawns tend to favor using their shield skills over sword and never in an effective way. This is why Shield Drum is so frowned upon, because the pawn will just stand there spamming it over and over never doing anything else. (That and because it doesn't actually do anything. I have never once seen it actively draw the attention of a monster for longer than a second, if that) Now obviously the better solution is to simply not set any shield skills so they still have the shield for actually blocking with, but you know it's whatever lol.

Interesting. I've never experienced that. Sure it wasn't due to utilitarian inclination? Maybe in the hidden third slot? Your comment makes me consider removing that skill for mine. Either way my pawn will only be a fighter until level 4, so no biggie I guess. Still, that is quite interesting...
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PPPPLAASSUMA
4 weeks ago#8
Shield drum is a no no for sure.
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Jmanghan
4 weeks ago#9
PPPPLAASSUMA posted...
Shield drum is a no no for sure.

Does he have any extras?

Have you used him yet?
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womackcn
4 weeks ago#10
Ok I've removed Shield Summons for now to be safe...
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