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== '''General Information''' ==
 
The '''{{PAGENAME}}''' is a Tier {{#var:tier}} {{#var:weapon_tree}} which may be obtained by crafting or via the [[Market Place]].
 
 
 
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There are three options for the W spell slot: [[Has spell::Deadly Chop]], [[Has spell::Adrenaline Boost]], and [[Has spell::Battle Rush]]
 
 
 
There is one option for the E spell slot: [[Has spell::Whirlwind]]
 
 
 
There are three options for the passive slot: [[Has spell::Deep Cuts]], [[Has spell::Life Leech]], and [[Has spell::Increased Defence]]
 
 
 
The {{PAGENAME}} may have different [[Item Quality]] ranging from Normal to Masterpiece
 
 
 
The {{PAGENAME}} [[Item Quality]] may be increased at a [[Repair Station]] for a fee
 
 
 
== '''Crafting Requirements''' ==
 
In order to craft the {{PAGENAME}}, players will need the following materials:
 
 
 
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| style=" text-align:center;" |20
 
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== '''Statistics''' ==
 
{{Melee item variant table}}
 
 
 
== '''Additional Tier 4 Axes''' ==
 
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| style="font-weight: bold;" | Tier 4.0 Axes:
 
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--> {{aoitem | text=none | size=medium | name=Adept's Halberd}} <!--
 
--> {{aoitem | text=none | size=medium | name=Adept's Bear Paws}} <!--
 
--> {{aoitem | text=none | size=medium | name=Adept's Carrioncaller}} <!--
 
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| style="font-weight: bold;" | Tier 4.1 Axes:
 
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--> {{aoitem | text=none | size=medium | enchantment=1| name=Adept's Carrioncaller}} <!--
 
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| style="font-weight: bold;" | Tier 4.3 Axes:
 
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== '''Additional Tiers of Greataxes''' ==
 
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== '''Gallery''' ==
 
== '''Gallery''' ==
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Latest revision as of 01:52, 24 May 2022

Adept's Greataxe

Description
Equipment Item
Tier
4
Weight
6.8 kg
Item value
512

General Information

The Adept's Greataxe is a Tier 4 Axe which may be obtained by crafting or via the Market Place.

There are two options for the Q spell slot: Rending Strike (First) and Rending Swing (First)

There are three options for the W spell slot: Deadly Chop (Second), Adrenaline Boost (Second), and Battle Rush (Second)

There is one option for the E spell slot: Whirlwind (Third)

There are three options for the passive slot: Deep Cuts (Passive), Life Leech (Axes) (Passive), and Increased Defence (Passive)

The Adept's Greataxe may have different Item Quality ranging from Normal to Masterpiece

The Adept's Greataxe Item Quality may be increased at a Repair Station for a fee

Crafting Requirements

In order to craft the Adept's Greataxe, players will need the following materials:

Tier 4.0 Greataxe Recipe
Item Name Quantity
  Steel Bar 20
  Pine Planks 12
Produces 1 x   Adept's Greataxe
Tier 4.1 Greataxe Recipe
Item Name Quantity
  Uncommon Steel Bar 20
  Uncommon Pine Planks 12
Produces 1 x   Adept's Greataxe
Tier 4.2 Greataxe Recipe
Item Name Quantity
  Rare Steel Bar 20
  Rare Pine Planks 12
Produces 1 x   Adept's Greataxe
Tier 4.3 Greataxe Recipe
Item Name Quantity
  Exceptional Steel Bar 20
  Exceptional Pine Planks 12
Produces 1 x   Adept's Greataxe

Stats

Adept's Greataxe
Item Quality Tier Item Power Physical damage Resilience penetration Max Hit Points Hit Points Regeneration(Bonus) DPS
Normal 4.0 700 104 40% 75 5/s 83/s
Good 4.0 720 105 40% 76 5/s 84/s
Outstanding 4.0 740 107 40% 77 5/s 86/s
Excellent 4.0 760 109 40% 78 5/s 87/s
Masterpiece 4.0 800 113 40% 80 5/s 90/s
Normal 4.1 800 113 40% 80 5/s 90/s
Good 4.1 820 115 40% 81 5/s 92/s
Outstanding 4.1 840 117 40% 82 5/s 94/s
Excellent 4.1 860 119 40% 83 5/s 95/s
Masterpiece 4.1 900 123 40% 84 5/s 99/s
Normal 4.2 900 123 40% 84 5/s 99/s
Good 4.2 920 126 40% 85 5/s 101/s
Outstanding 4.2 940 128 40% 86 5/s 102/s
Excellent 4.2 960 130 40% 87 5/s 104/s
Masterpiece 4.2 1000 135 40% 90 5/s 108/s
Normal 4.3 1000 135 40% 90 5/s 108/s
Good 4.3 1020 137 40% 91 5/s 110/s
Outstanding 4.3 1040 140 40% 92 5/s 112/s
Excellent 4.3 1060 142 40% 93 5/s 114/s
Masterpiece 4.3 1100 147 40% 95 5/s 118/s
Normal 4.4 1100 147 40% 95 5/s 118/s
Good 4.4 1120 150 40% 96 5/s 120/s
Outstanding 4.4 1140 152 40% 97 5/s 122/s
Excellent 4.4 1160 155 40% 98 5/s 124/s
Masterpiece 4.4 1200 161 40% 101 5/s 129/s

Additional axe Families

Families are split at tier 4 and above.

axe Weapon Families

Additional Tiers of Greataxe

Tiers of Greataxe

Gallery

Related Patch Notes

Patch LinkDatePatch NamePatch Notes
26 January 2022Lands Awakened Patch 4Greataxe's E-ability is an uninterruptible moving channel with very high damage, making it somewhat overwhelming. To offer more counterplay options, damage on each enemy now ramps up over time. If the enemy can escape the channel before it ends, damage will no longer be as devastating. Additionally, its overall damage against players was reduced. However, damage output in PvE was increased, now dealing the same damage against mobs as players.
  • Whirlwind (Greataxe):
    • Damage now increases with each tick if same target is hit repeatedly
    • First Tick Damage: 76 → 56
    • Each consecutive tick: Damage +4 (6 ticks total)
    • Now deals equal damage to mobs and players
13 December 2021Lands Awakened Patch 1Since the Whirlwind channel can no longer be interrupted, the counterplay options are either rooting/slowing the Greataxe player, or creating enough distance. However, with the movement speed increase built into the ability, it was very difficult to escape the Whirlwind damage. The movement speed increase has thus been removed from the ability.
  • Whirlwind (Greataxe):
    • Removed the movement speed increase
28 July 2021Call to Arms Patch 9Axes

Bloody Reap has been reworked into an AoE execution tool, to give it a more distinct role that doesn’t overlap with the AoE sustain damage the Halberd already offers. Additionally, Rending Rage and Adrenaline Boost have been buffed to make it easier to stick to an enemy target. Rending Rage now also offers more potential burst damage, with the decreased cooldown between hits. Battle Rush is no longer restricted to requiring a target and can instead be used more freely as a ground target dash with an AoE effect.

  • Rending Rage (all Axes):
    • 1st and 2nd Hit Standtime: 0.3s → 0.16s
    • Cooldown between hits: 1s → 0s (Now only limited by Global Cooldown)
  • Adrenaline Boost (all Axes):
    • Time window for direct damage condition: 2.5s → 3.5s
  • Battle Rush (all Axes):
    • Doesn't require a target anymore. It is instead a ground target dash with the AoE Effect.
  • Bloody Reap (Infernal Scythe):
    • First Hit Damage: 74.45 → 108
    • Removed the Damage over Time effect
    • Second Hit does now extra damage if enemy health is below 40%:
      • Damage above 40% Health: 74.45 → 108
      • Damage below 40% Health: 74.45 → 240
28 July 2021Call to Arms Patch 9Added four new icons to better represent the corresponding abilities:
  • Blood Bandit (One-Handed Axe, E-slot)
  • Protective Beam (Enigmatic Staff, E-slot)
  • Arcane Orb (One-Handed Arcane Staff, E-slot)
  • Ground Shaker (Maces, W-slot)
30 June 2021Call to Arms Patch 8 (Season 13 Patch)The requirement of maintaining Adrenaline Boost with autoattacks made it too difficult to use this ability to chase enemies. In order to give Axes a better chance at staying on enemies (without allowing Adrenaline Boost for free disengages), this ability will now stay active with any direct ability damage (e.g. Rending Spin, Whirlwind).
  • Adrenaline Boost (all Axes):
    • Ability damage (i.e. a successful hit with Whirlwind) has been added as a condition to keep the buff active
31 May 2021Call to Arms Patch 5/6 & Hotfix 6.1Axes

The recent change to Rending Spin (which applied Rending Bleed stacks only on max distance) was making the ability unreliable in the live game, where players with various pings interact with each other. The decreased range and bleeding effect already reduced this ability's sustain in patch 4, and we will observe how it plays out with this change.

  • Rending Spin (all Axes):
    • Rending Bleed stacks are again applied to all enemies hit, regardless of their distance
6 May 2021Call to Arms Patch 4 (Balance Patch)Axes

Axes have been overrepresented in a variety of content types. While the constant sustain damage and healing reduction is part of the weapon’s identity, the value axe weapons get from their Q abilities was a bit too overwhelming, making it hard for other melee weapon trees to compete. Additionally, the options of counterplay and skill expression for Rending Spin and Raging Blades have been improved with a sweet-spot damage ring to increase the importance of player positioning. The readability of visual effects was also improved for various axe abilities.

Adrenaline Boost was changed to improve its ability to chase down a target offensively, while also reducing its use as an easy disengage. And a standtime was added to Razor Cut to add a bit more commitment to the ability and weaken its easy disengage potential.

Vampiric Strike was reworked to the new ability Blood Bandit to make this weapon more dynamic and allow more skill expression during fights.

Greataxes are now non-interruptible and have more upfront damage versus players, giving them a substantial buff in PvP. At the same time, their PvE damage has been toned down to bring it more in line with other weapons.

  • Battleaxe Normal Attacks:
    • Attacks per second: 0.9 → 1.1
    • Damage per attack: 50 → 41
  • Rending Spin (all Axes):
    • Range: 6m → 5m
    • Minimum distance for max Damage: 3m → 2.5m
    • Rending Bleed stacks: now only applied via max distance effect (i.e. 2.5m or further away)
  • Rending Rage (all Axes):
    • Damage: 62 → 50
  • Rending Bleed Stacks (all Axes):
    • Damage per Tick: 5.4 → 4.2
    • Healing Reduction on Max Stacks: 20% → 12%
  • Adrenaline Boost (all Axes):
    • Movement Speed Bonus: 50% → 40%
    • Now also increases Attack Speed by 40%
    • Max Duration: 5s → 7s
    • However, if the caster doesn't hit an enemy with a Normal Attack for 2.5s, the Adrenaline Boost now ends early
    • Energy Cost: 11 → 9
  • Internal Bleeding (all Axes):
    • Improved detection of moving versus standing still on affected enemies
    • Tick Interval: 1s → 0.5s
    • Damage per Tick: 21.97 → 11
  • Raging Blades (all Axes):
    • Now hits in a ring around the caster, instead of a solid circle (Inner Radius: 2.5m / Outer Radius: 6m)
  • Vampiric Strike (Battleaxe) - reworked the ability; now called "Blood Bandit":
    • Throw your axe in the targeted direction. Deals physical damage to all enemies hit and slows by 20% for 2s. Steal a percentage of the Health enemies lose based on Rending Bleed Charges on the targets.
    • Throw Range: 22m → 17m
  • Whirlwind (Greataxe):
    • Channeling time: 4.5s → 2.5s
    • Damage per tick vs Players: 50 → 75 (Damage per tick vs Mobs unchanged)
    • Cooldown: 20s → 25s
    • Channel is now uninterruptible
    • Energy Cost on activation: 21 → 0
    • Instead the ability now consumes 4 energy per tick while channeling (total of 24 energy for full channel duration)
  • Razor Cut (Bear Paws):
    • Standtime: 0s → 0.3s
17 March 2021Call to Arms Update
  • Rending Strike (all Axes):
    • Damage: 60.33 → 54
  • Rending Rage (all Axes):
    • Time window until combo resets: 3s → 2.5s
    • Damage: 50 → 62
  • 2 February 2021Rise of Avalon Patch 13 (Balance Patch)Axes
    • Rending Spin (all Axes):
      • Max Damage: 75 → 68
    • Morgana Raven (Carrioncaller):
      • Cooldown: 16s → 18s
    • Razor Cut (Bearpaws):
      • Jump Time: 0.83s → 0.55s
      • Jump Range: 15m → 12m
      • Instant Damage: 160 → 140
      • Hitting at least one enemy player decreases the ability's cooldown by 40%
    10 December 2020Rise of Avalon Patch 11Axes
    • Morgana Raven (Carrioncaller):
      • Healing Reduction: 40% → 30%
    2 December 2020Rise of Avalon Patch 10 and Hotfix 10.1Axes
    • New Q-slot ability: Rending Rage (all Axes):
      • Unleashes attacks hitting enemies up to 3 times in a cone in front of you. Each hit deals 50 physical damage. On the third hit, leap up to 9m forward and root enemies hit for 1s. After the third hit the ability goes on cooldown; waiting 3s between attacks causes Rage to time out and restart with the first hit. In this case, cooldown is cancelled.
    • Rending Strike (all Axes):
      • Standtime: 0.3s→ 0.2s
      • Hit Delay: 0.2s→ 0.15s
    • Vampiric Strike (Battleaxe):
      • Cooldown: 15s→ 10s
      • Hit Delay: 0.4s→ 0.3s
      • Standtime: 0.8s→ 0.4s
      • Energy cost: 18→ 12
      • Damage: 136.01→ 150
    • Auto-attack (Bear Paws):
      • Auto-attacks per second: 0.8→ 1.4
      • Auto-attack Damage: 56→ 32
    • Aftershock (Realmbreaker):
      • Cone no longer reduces Max Energy
      • Instead it reduces enemy Max Health by 20% for 3s
      • Debuff Duration: 3s→ 5s
    21 October 2020Rise of Avalon Patch 7 / Brimstone & Mist Midseason Update and Hotfix 7.1Axes
    • Rending Swing (all Axes) - the ability is now called Rending Spin and deals more damage to enemies further away:
      • Damage against Enemies closer than 3m: 50.02 → 45
      • Damage against Enemies 3m+ away: 50.02 → 75
      • Rending Bleed Duration: 5s → 6s
    • Morgana Raven (Carrioncaller):
      • Cooldown: 20s → 16s
    12 August 2020Rise of Avalon Update and Hotfix 1, 2Added a display to several major UIs showing the estimated current Silver value of the items they contain. Affected UIs:
    • Inventory
    • Loot
    • Banks, Chests, Battlevaults
    • Hideout Recovery Tabs
    • Player Trading
    • Item details
    12 August 2020Rise of Avalon Update and Hotfix 1, 2Avalonian Weapons are an entirely new line of Artifact Weapons and offhands, each with unique new abilities. They can be crafted with new Avalonian Artifacts, which can be obtained directly or forged from Avalonian Shards, which are dropped in Elite Dungeons and along the Roads of Avalon.
    19 May 2020Queen Patch 12 (Season 9 Balance Patch) and Hotfix 12.1Axes
    • Rending Strike (all Axes):
      • Energy Cost: 2 → 1.6
    • Raging Blades (all Axes):
      • Energy Cost: 15 → 11
    • Morgana Raven (Carrioncaller):
      • Projectile Range: 15m → 20m
      • Projectile Speed: 13.68m/s → 20.00m/s
      • Hit Delay: 0.2 → 0.3
      • Standtime: 1s → 0.6s
      • Healing Reduction: 35% → 40%
    29 November 2019Percival Patch 11Axes
    • Rending Bleed (all Axes):
      • Now multiple players can stack the bleed on the same target
    • Axe Bleed (all Axes)
      • Healing Reduction per stack: 5% → 4%
      • Damage per Tick: 5.2 → 5.4
    10 July 2019Percival UpdateAxes
    • Added new W-Spell: Spinning Blades
      • Caster is surrounded by magic blades for 2.5s. Every 0.5s the blades deal 24 magic damage to all enemies in a 6m radius. Each hit also increases the caster's damage by 4% for 3s. (Stacks up to 10 times.)
    • Life Leech (Passive):
      • Steals 15% of damage dealt
    • Vampiric Strike (One-handed Axes):
      • Removed the Self Heal - the ability now uses the new Life Steal mechanics:
        • 1 Rending Strike: steals 30% of the damage dealt
        • 2 Rending Strikes: steals 60% of the damage dealt
        • 3 Rending Strikes: steals 100% of the damage dealt
    10 July 2019Percival UpdateSeven new skills have been added to a range of player weapons:
    • Axes: Spinning Blades
    • Frost Staffs: Ice Shard
    • Hammers: Inertia Ring (formerly listed as "Ring of Tar")
    • Nature Staffs: Rejuvenating Breeze
    • Quarterstaffs: Rising Blow
    • Spears: Impaler
    • Swords: Parry
    9 May 2019Oberon Patch 5 (Midseason Patch)Axes
    • Life Leech (Passive):
      • Heal per Attack: 5.10 → 6.10
    20 February 2019Nimue Balance Patch (Patch #7)Axes
    • Rending Strike (all Axes)
      • Energy Cost: 3 → 2
      • Healing Reduction per stack: 7% → 5%
      • Hit Delay: 0.4s → 0.2s
      • Standtime: 0.4s → 0.3s
    • Rending Swing (all Axes)
      • Hit Delay: 0.2s → 0.3s
      • Energy Cost: 2 → 3
      • Healing Reduction per stack: 7% → 5%
    • Deadly Chop (all Axes)
      • Damage: 174.04 → 152.00
    • Adrenaline Boost (all Axes)
      • Movement Speed Increase: 40% → 50%
      • Damage Increase: 20% → 25%
    • Removed the ability Battle Frenzy (all Axes)
    • Added the new ability: Battle Rush
      • Charge toward a target (ally or enemy). Enemy Healing Received is reduced 20% for 4s in a 5m radius. Ally Healing Received is increased by 20% for 4s in a 5m radius.
    26 September 2018Merlyn Preseason Balance PatchAxes:
    • Rending Bleed (all Axes)
      • Multiple players can't stack the bleed on the same target. Instead they will now override each other's debuffs.
    • Whirlwind (Great Axe)
      • Damage per tick: 40.10 → 46.00
    • Tear Apart (Halberd)
      • Damage: 137.37 → 125.00
    20 June 2018Lancelot Patch #9Axes
    • Rending Bleed Stacks (all axes)
      • Healing Reduction: 10% → 7%
    • Tear Apart (Halberd)
      • Instant Damage: 144.60 → 137.37
    12 March 2018Lancelot UpdateAxes:
    • Rending Strike:
      • Bleed Duration: 4s -> 5s
    • Rending Swing:
      • Bleed Duration: 4s -> 5s
      • Radius: 5m -> 6m
    • Razor Cut:
      • Reduced the hit area size
    1 February 2018Kay Patch #3
  • Bleeding effects from axes can no longer be cleansed
  • Rending Swing (formerly Fierce Strike):
    • The ability has been reworked: it now cleaves all enemies around the player and no longer requires an enemy target. Rending stacks apply to all enemies hit.
    • Cooldown: 2s -> 3s
    • Damage: 72.39 -> 50.02
    • Standtime: 0.4s -> 0s
  • Tear Apart (formerly Rending Swing):
    • The ability has been reworked, it no longer requires an enemy target. Rending DoT stacks apply to all enemies hit.
    • Healing Reduction has been removed.
    • Damage: 84.35 -> 144.60
    • Hit Delay: 0.4s -> 0.2s
    • Standtime: 1s -> 0.4s
    • Radius: 5m -> 7m
  • Internal Bleeding:
    • Hit Delay: 0.4s -> 0.2s
    • Standtime: 0s -> 0.3s
    • Radius: 5m -> 6m
  • 14 December 2017Kay Patch #1
    • Bear Paws
      • Razor Cut:
        • The DoT can't be stacked anymore. (multiple attackers overwrite each other)
        • Instant Damage: 177.78 -> 160.00
    14 December 2017Kay Patch #1
    • Axes
      • Whirlwind
        • Damage per Tick: 30.78 ->  40.10