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When it comes to big, heavy, two-handed axes, there’s no looking past the Sepulcher Axe.
Despite a lack of speed, this heavy axe can pack quite the punch, especially when taking into consideration the weapons Stun and Critical Chance stats.
While you will need to keep this weapon upgraded as you progress throughout the game to keep it relevant with other weapons, it is still highly recommended to run the Sepulcher Axe through to the mid game – at the very least.
With only a 10 second cooldown on the ability that ignites the weapon on fire after critical hits, it’s definitely worth giving the Sepulcher Axe a chance if you haven’t already.
When it comes to shields, it’s hard to argue against the Blodwulf, as the lightweight shield has just too many positives to pass up on.
So what makes this early game shield so enticing? Well apart from the fact that it makes you look like a complete badass, it is the Blodwulf’s unique ability to ignite your weapon when parrying that makes it a real treat to use. Now, despite the word “chance” being listed in the description, believe us when we say that your weapon will ignite much more frequently than you would expect.
When paired with decent overall stats and a primary weapon such as the Varin’s Axe or the Blacksmith’s Hammer, it’s hard to look past such a combination.
If you still aren’t entirely sold, it may be worth mentioning that the Blodwulf Shield is one of those early game weapons that can be completely upgraded without the fear of finding something better down the track.