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One Handed & Destruction

This build is loosely based on Galen Marek aka Starkiller of the game Star Wars: The Force Unleashed. Sorry for the long backstory. I feel like it's necessary to get to know the build more and how it relates in the Star Wars Universe. Hope you enjoy!


By Elomar on Mar 30, 2019
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Mage armor perks won't work with armor on. I suggest spending the perks on magic resistance instead if the build prefers wearing light armor. Cool backstory and playstyle though emoticon

I hope not. There are a lot of great builds in this site that deserve attention and good ratings like this one.

Uh oh. We got trolls on this site. I don't understand why this build got a 3.7 before I saw this. This should be a 4.5 to 5. Amazing build.

Although I suggest that you dabble a bit in Alchemy since it not only enhances the build in a lot of ways, but it also fits the roleplaying aspect of being one with nature as a hunter. Another suggestion is to put the ranger perk as well. Fits the hunter slash predator vibe.

Five stars for me emoticon

I'm assuming that the intimidation perk is for roleplaying purposes? Because the perks from the right side of the speech tree are better off somewhere else like in heavy armor or block where a warrior is more suitable. At speech 70 you can actually pass most speech checks already.

Also, I find it interesting that the build specializes on the battleaxe through the limbsplitter perk. It gives some unique personality to it, not your typical sword wielding vampire. Just needs a short description and a backstory to explain why is it so emoticon

I agree up to some extent. Storm cloak officers, bandit chiefs, bears, sabrecats, trolls can all be easily defeated with 5 of 5 of those skills. Good point also that these stats can qualify as a legate.

However, I still disagree that it isn't strong enough against strong magic users. At level 38, there are already enemies powerful enough to blast a juggernaut like it was a torchbug. It's still highly recommended to have magic resistance buffs.

Also, if role-playing the build, I believe imperial battlemages are still subordinate to the legate, so it's really best that the build should be able to squash any magic user.

On Legate