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Dofus Wiki

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From Dofus

Axes are a kind of weapon. They are the main (100% damage) weapon for Pandawas. Some Axes can be used by lumberjacks (See Category:Lumberjack axes).

Most Axes can be crafted by Axe Smiths (See Axe smith/Recipes), Axes can me maged by an Axe Smithmagus.

Axes


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Name Lvl AP Hands Damage Effects Conditions

Agride

27

4

1

Ancestral Treechnid Splitter

93

4

2

Apprentice Lumberjack's Axe

1

4

1

  • None

Arachnee Cutter

8

4

1

  • None

Ash Tree Eater

8

4

1

Axe Enroziz

40

5

2

Axe Hellerate

60

6

2

Axe Ident

50

6

2

Axe Terrdala

83

6

1

  • None

Axe Vegax

70

5

2

Axe of Lies

116

5

2

Bamboo Slayer

26

6

1

  • None

Bards' Hall

99

5

1

Blade O'Ven

1

4

1

Please contribute with the Damage the Weapon does

Please contribute with the Effects provided by the Weapon

  • None

Bombu Cutter

39

5

1

Boowolf Axe

55

6

2

  • None

Boulgourde of the Glades

62

6

2

Canni Blade

176

4

1

Charm Pruner

47

4

1

Cheeken Axe

137

5

2

  • None

Chestnut Tree Eater

8

4

1

Clever Hatchet

81

4

1

Crack Axe

54

5

1

Dame Zel Axe

90

4

2

Darsson's Axe

57

4

1

Dreggon Axe

126

4

2

Hemal Axe

1

6

1

  • None

Hevlalav Hatchet

6

4

1

  • None

Huvant Axe

35

5

1

Jon Lemon

28

5

1

Kape Axe

128

4

1

Koss Axe

80

4

2

Limb Chopper

66

4

1

Lookabeer Axe

96

5

1

Lumberjack Axe

1

4

1

  • None

Lumberjack Hatchet

3

5

1

Maple Tree Eater

25

4

1

Michael Dougle Axe

158

5

1

Militiaman Bardiche

78

5

1

Minotoror Axe

109

5

2

  • None

Nidanwa Axe

59

6

1

Oak Killer

33

4

1

Oliviolet Pruner

42

4

1

Pesc Axe

87

5

1

Pole Axe

84

4

1

Purrin Axe

62

4

1

Samuel J. Axe

22

5

1

Sandanwa Axe

83

6

1

  • None

Shodanwa Axe

36

6

1

  • None

Sick Axe

162

5

2

Stone Axe

51

4

1

Terophyle Axe

15

5

1

Tex Axe

30

5

2

The Warf Axe

112

4

1

Treechnid Splitter

74

4

1

Vôr'Om Axe

12

4

1

Walnut Cutter

21

4

1

Whistle Cutter

66

4

1

Wild Cherry Splitter

32

4

1

Yew Axe

17

4

1

Yondanwa Axe

98

5

1

Zoth Warrior Axe

139

5

2

Name Lvl AP Hands Damage Effects Conditions

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Fallout

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From The Vault

Axe
Attack statistics
dmg/attack: 20
DPS: 28.572
attacks/sec: 1.4286
Criticals
crit dmg: 30
crit chance: x 2
Other
skill: Melee Weapons
AP: 30
item HP: 500
repair: Axes
weight: 6
value: 60
base id: xx00838f

The Axe is an average melee weapon which is added to Fallout 3 with the Point Lookout add-on. It is used by the Swampfolk and Tribals and can only be repaired with other Axes.

Variants

  • The Dismemberer - Obtained from Plik after completing Plik's Safari, the Dismemberer is slightly stronger, and has a very high chance to turn enemies into paste and giblets, which also restores 5 AP.

Bugs

  • Axes seem to tumble furiously when dropped (unconfirmed, 360)

Appearances

Axes appear in the Fallout 3 add-on Point Lookout.

Point Lookout (add-on)
Weapons of Fallout 3

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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From Final Fantasy Wiki

The Battle Axe.

Axes (アクス Akusu) are a recurring weapon type from the Final Fantasy series. They are usually two-handed weapons, meaning that a character cannot simultaneously use a shield. Axes are generally not as accurate as other weapons. Recurring axes include the Ogre Axe, Venom Axe, and Rune Axe (which uses MP to add more damage and tends to be the ultimate axe). They are most often associated with the Berserker class. Kaeli from Final Fantasy Mystic Quest uses axes, and there are many others from various other games that do so as well, such as Guy from Final Fantasy II.

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Appearances

Final Fantasy

Axes can be equipped by the Warrior and Ninja classes.

List of Axes:

Final Fantasy II

Axes can be equipped by everyone, but Guy comes equipped with one by default.

List of Axes:

Final Fantasy III

Axes can be equipped by Warrior, Viking, and Onion Knight Jobs.

List of Axes:

Final Fantasy IV

Axes can be equipped by Cecil, Kain, and Cid.

List of Axes:

Final Fantasy IV: The After Years

List of Axes:

Final Fantasy V

Axes can be equipped by the Berserker and Freelancer Jobs, though any Job can equip it if the character has equipped the Equip Axes ability, taught by the Berserker Job.

List of Axes:

Axe is also the physical attack of Drippy.

Final Fantasy VI

Though axes cannot be wielded by the playable characters, the ranks of the Captain and Templar in the Gestahlian Empire's imperial troops wield an axe and is the name of their basic physical attack.

Final Fantasy IX

Axes are only wielded by the enemy in Final Fantasy IX. The Goblin Mage wields an axe and can use it in its weak physical attack.

Final Fantasy XI

Axes are a type of weapon often used by Warriors and Beastmasters. Most axes exist as either normal axes and pickaxes.

Notable Axes:

  • Aymur
  • Guttler
  • Tabarzin
  • Maneater
  • Woodville's Axe
  • Labrys
  • Kriegsbeil
  • Retributor
  • Zoraal Ja's Axe
  • Acha d'Armas

There is also a category called "Great Axes" - two-handed axes. These slow, powerful weapons are Warriors' specialty, though Dark Knights can also wield these weapons.

Notable Great Axes:

  • Bravura
  • Conqueror
  • Amood
  • Balestarius
  • Byakko's Axe
  • Gawain's Axe
  • Rune Chopper
  • Bhuj
  • Foolkiller
  • Ulfhedinn
  • Perdu Voulge
  • Pendragon Axe
  • Rampager

Final Fantasy XII

Any character can equip Axes, as long if they have acquired the necessary licenses.

List of Axes:

  • Handaxe
  • Broadaxe
  • Slasher
  • Hammerhead
  • Francisca
  • Greataxe
  • Golden Axe

Final Fantasy Tactics

Axes can be equipped by the Squire and Geomancer Jobs, though any Job can equip them, as long as the character has equipped the Equip Axes Support ability.

List of Axes:

Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift

Axes are one of the weapons that can be equipped by Seeq Vikings.

List of Axes:

  • Broadaxe
  • Slasher
  • Hammerhead
  • Francisca
  • Greataxe
  • Golden Axe

Final Fantasy Mystic Quest

Benjamin and Kaeli can equip Axes. They can be used to chop down trees and other obstacles on the overhead map.

List of Axes:

Minotaur and its undead counterpart, the Minotaur Zombie, wield an axe each and both use it for a physical attack.

Dissidia Final Fantasy

Axes appear in Dissidia as a type of weapon. Warrior of Light, Garland, Cecil, Golbez, and Jecht are the only characters that can equip them originally.


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Guild Wars

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From GuildWiki

Contents

General

a Tyrian axe and a Canthan axe.

The Axe is a primary weapon that usually causes slashing damage (with very few exceptions that cause piercing damage). Most axe skills use adrenaline, not energy, and many of them can be chained together to inflict numerous conditions.

The Warrior's Axe Mastery attribute improves damage dealt by the axe and linked skills, and is often a requirement for this weapon type. Equipping an axe is required to perform Axe Mastery skills. There also tend to be more Area of Effect skills in the Axe Mastery line, such as Cyclone Axe and Triple Chop, which when used with the right skills can reap numerous rewards.

Damage Stats

  • The maximum damage range for axes is 6-28. The minimum damage range is 2-3.
Note: A low damage axe can also have minimum damage of 7 (instead of 6).
  • The critical hit of a customized max axe is 48.
  • Axes swing every 1.33 seconds(Certain attack animations involve two swings of the axe in rapid succession, but actually only one "attack" is carried out).
  • Axes tend to have a very wide range of damage compared to swords and hammers. An axe may do 6-28 damage, whereas a sword of the same level would do 15-22 damage and a hammer would do 19-35.
  • On average, the highest level axe will do 12.8 damage per second (17 damage per hit), while its sword counterpart would do 13.9 dps (18.5 dph) and the hammer would do 16.3dps (27dph). It is therefore best to invest heavily in Axe Mastery to increase the likelihood of a critical hit and make use of the axe's high end damage. Based on the critical hit research, a max damage axe will produce more average damage per hit than a max damage sword at weapon mastery 11 or higher.
  • Axes with an attribute requirement of 0 have been observed with damage ranges as high as 6-12.

Upgrades and Modifiers

An axe can be equipped with a magic Axe Haft (name prefix) and/or Axe Grip (name suffix) to add extra bonuses to the weapon.

Furthermore an axe may come with a number of non-salvagable weapon modifiers in Prophecies and Factions, or an Inscription slot in Nightfall and Eye of the North.

See "Weapon Upgrades" for details.

Axe Types

Note: The only thing influenced by the type is the damage type, and even that can be ignored because the vast majority of axes cause Slashing damage. A few cause Piercing damage, which has a few more counters than Slashing damage, such as Bonelace Armor. Other stats (range, damage range, swing rate) are not influenced. A max damage Sephis Axe does the same amount of damage as a max damage Cleaver, which does the same damage as a max damage Battlepick. Which visual appearance you prefer is mostly a matter of taste.

Please consult our visual gallery or see them listed by campaign below.

Core

Bonus Mission Pack

Prophecies

Factions

Nightfall

Eye of the North

See also: Category:Axes

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GTA

Up to date as of February 09, 2010
(Redirected to Fire Axe article)

From Grand Theft Wiki

The Fire Axe, or just known as Axe, is a weapon that appears in Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories and Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories. It is used by Toni Cipriani in order to kill Giovanni Casa in a mission in Liberty City Stories. The axe is also a weapon of choice for the Diablos. The axe is an average weapon that deals the same amount of damage as a Baseball Bat and is one of the only few melee weapons the player cannot perform a swing hit whilst using in Vice City Stories.

Locations

GTA Liberty City Stories

GTA Vice City Stories


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Marvel Database

Up to date as of February 09, 2010

From Marvel Database

This is the Axe disambiguation page.

A = Appearances · I = Images · G = Gallery · F = Fan Art · Q = Quotes

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Runescape

Up to date as of February 07, 2010
(Redirected to Hatchet article)

From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

This article refers to all hatchets, if you wish to view Hatchets from Stealing Creation see Hatchet (Stealing Creation)

File:Bronze Axe.PNGFile:Iron axe.PNGFile:Steel axe.PNGFile:Black axe.PNGFile:Blessedwcaxe.pngFile:Mithril axe.PNGFile:Adamantite axe.PNGFile:Volatile hatchet.pngFile:Rune axe.PNGFile:Dragon Axe.pngFile:Infernoadze.png
Members only? No, other than the Sacred clay hatchet, Dragon hatchet, and Inferno Adze
Primary attack type Slash
Secondary attack type Crush
Speed File:speed5.gif

The Hatchet is the tool used in Woodcutting to chop trees. (Prior to 1 April 2009, a hatchet was called an 'Axe.' All woodcutting axes were then renamed as hatchets to clear up ambiguity between the woodcutting tool and more powerful 'Battleaxe" weapons.)

A hatchet is a melee weapon, available in all varieties of metal except white, although its power and speed are less favourable than many other weapons. Hatchets can be used to slash webs. A bronze hatchet spawns on the wood stump at the chicken farm in the north east section of Lumbridge. Most hatchets, except for the Dragon hatchet, the Black hatchet, the Inferno Adze, and the Sacred clay hatchet, can be smithed using the Smithing skill.

The level required to wield a hatchet is different than the level required to use a hatchet to chop trees. Wielding is governed by attack level while chopping trees is governed by woodcutting level. Therefore a level 3 combat player can use a Dragon hatchet but not wield it if their attack level is not high enough.

Hatchet Type Woodcutting level required to use Attack level required to wield Attack bonus (Slash)
Bronze hatchet 1 1 +4
Iron hatchet 1 1 +5
Steel hatchet 6 5 +8
Black hatchet 6 10 +10
Mithril hatchet 21 20 +12
Adamant hatchet 31 30 +17
Rune hatchet 41 40 +26
Dragon hatchet 61 60 +38

Trivia

A player wielding a Dragon hatchet.
  • When the woodcutting animation was changed, only the Sacred clay hatchet retained the old woodcutting animation.
  • Axes were renamed as Hatchets on 1 April 2009 to avoid confusion, but this temporarily caused some scams as people said that a hatchet was a rare item.
    • Some players were confused when Jagex changed the name of axes, because they were no longer listed on the Grand Exchange as an axe, so players couldn't find the 'hatchet' they wanted to buy.
  • Before the introduction of Hatchets, the Broken axe random event was removed and all remaining broken pieces were removed from the game.
  • Interestingly, although Hatchets can be made using the Smithing skill with only the Metal bar and a Hammer, there is no wood involved in the production and thus the origin of the hatchet's handle remains a mystery.
  •  All hatchets with the exception of Sacred Clay hatchets appear to have a red part along the edge of them, even visible on the Dragon Hatchet. This is thought to be blood, as hatchets can be used a weapon, but traditional hatchets in real life have a red part along the edge, so this may be the case.
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Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

This article is about the weapon. You may be looking for Axe, the clone trooper pilot.
Lirondo, wielding his axe.

An axe was a type of melee weapon of ancient design. A weapon of this type was used by Lirondo during the Seventh Battle of Ruusan. The blades on each side of his axe were extremely sharp and could deal considerable damage to opponents. The legendary Sith King Adas , who lived before the invention of the lightsaber , also used a battle axe as his primary weapon. The Ewok woodcutter, Chukha-Trok, was well-known for using his axe as both a tool and a weapon for taking down his enemies. The Axe is also a main weapon of the Gammoreans.

Appearances

  • Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic
  • Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords
  • Jedi vs. Sith
  • Star Wars Galaxies
  • Star Wars Missions 15: Voyage to the Underworld
  • Caravan of Courage: An Ewok Adventure

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Tibia

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From TibiaWiki

File:Axe.gif
This item is in the Weapons class
Axe
Attributes: Atk:12, Def:6
Hands: One-Handed
Weight: 40.00 oz.
Loot value: 7-10 gp.
Dropped by: Orc, Dwarf, Minotaur, Wild Warrior, Bandit, Nomad.
Buy from: Memech (Ankrahmun) 20 gp

Willard (Edron) 20 gp
Esrik (Farmine) 20 gp
Uzgod (Kazordoon) 20 gp
Cedrik (Liberty Bay) 20 gp
Brengus (Port Hope) 20 gp
Lee'Delle/Obi (Rookgaard) 20 gp
Robert (Svargrond) 20 gp
Sam/Turvy (Thais) 20 gp
Romella (Venore) 20 gp

Morpel (Yalahar) 20 gp
Sell to: Memech (Ankrahmun) 7 gp

Willard (Edron) 7 gp
Esrik (Farmine) 7 gp
Cedrik (Liberty Bay) 7 gp
Brengus (Port Hope) 7 gp
H.L. (Outlaw Camp) 6 gp
Lee'Delle/Obi (Rookgaard) 7 gp
Robert (Svargrond) 7 gp
Sam/Turvy (Thais) 7 gp
Baltim (Tyrsung) 7 gp
Romella (Venore) 7 gp

Morpel (Yalahar) 7 gp
Notes: Not very useful, however cheap to buy in Rookgaard for lower levels.
 
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Avg Max Avg Max
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60 30 59 15 30
80 40 79 20 40
90 45 89 22 45
100 50 99 25 50
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Transformers

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

This article is about the melee weapon. For Andalite Animorph, see Ax.
"You gotta axe-entuate the positive..."

Transformers sometimes use axes for melee weapons.

Historically, humans have used axes since they were in a primitive (OK, more primitive) state. The general operating principle is heavy weight plus sharp blade plus swing momentum equals OUCH. How an energy-based version of this works is another matter, although large axes always have an appeal.

Generation One Optimus Prime sometimes wields an Energon-axe, whilst Broadside used a vibro axe. Gigantion's Metroplex had one named 'Sparkdrinker'. Think of what a spark is when you figure what the axe is meant to do.

And to round out the list, Animated Optimus Prime has one of these, too. This makes some sense, since an axe can be useful in chopping things that aren't robots.

Toys

Generation One

Transformers Collection
  • Convoy
    • Japanese ID number: 00
20th Anniversary / Masterpiece
  • Optimus Prime (2003 / 2004)
  • Optimus Prime (20th Anniversary DVD Edition, 2006)
  • Convoy Complete Edition (2006)
Robot Masters
  • G1 Convoy (2004)
  • G1 Convoy with DVD (2004)
  • G1 Convoy Limited Black Version (2005)
Heroes of Cybertron
  • Optimus Prime with Plasma Weapon

Transformers Animated

  • Cybertron Mode Optimus Prime (Deluxe, 2008)
    • Accesseries: Double bladed blue axe.
"I get the only axe which doesn't look like it's not made of metal.


  • Optimus Prime vs. Megatron: The Battle Begins (Deluxe class figure multi-pack, 2008)
    • Accesseries: Single bladed axe
And he "axed" him for help.


  • Optimus Prime (Voyager, 2008)
    • Accesseries: double bladed axe and water squirter
The winner for least show accurate weapon is...


  • Roll-Out Command Optimus Prime (Supreme, 2008)
    • Accesseries: Pop out rocket powered axe.


  • Bumper Battlers Optimus Prime (Bumper Battlers, 2008)

The bumper battlers version of Optimus Prime is the one with an axe which doesn't come out of or into his hand and only stays inside of it.


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Traveller

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Traveller Wiki - Science-Fiction Adventure in the Far future

Axe, stone
Type Tool
Tech Level 0
Size 2.5 liters
Weight 2.2kg
Cost Cr70

A heavy attached to a handle of wood or animal bone by by leather cord or plant fibers. It is not as sharp as a knife or sword, but has a large moment arm and significant crushing power. The heaviness of the blade also makes it more durable if used against hard surfaces or as a blocking tool. This heaviness and size of this two handed tool makes it somewhat unwieldy in combat or in enclosed spaces.

Axe, metal
Type Tool
Tech Level 1
Size 2 liters
Weight 1.8kg
Cost Cr220

A heavy bladed tool used shape, split and cut wood, harvest timber, and as a weapon. During the TL-1 era the head of the axe is made of metal, usually copper, bronze or iron. The axe handle usually is wood, though for axes designed as weapons, the handle is reinforced or replaced by metal. It is during the TL1 development era where the design of an axe begins to reflect its intended purpose. There are different axe designs for felling trees, carpentry, and warfare. With the development of firearms at TL-2, the use of the axe as a weapon falls from favor.

Axe, fire
Type Tool
Tech Level 3
Size 3 liters
Weight 2 kg
Cost Cr100

A fire axe is a tool specifically designed for rescue work. The head is designed for smashing through any number of material and is backed by a pick. The haft is a non-flammable material and usually over-designed to accept several hundred pounds of weight.

Axe, ice
Type Tool
Tech Level 3
Size 3 liters
Weight 1.5kg
Cost cr25

An ice axe or climbing axe is a light weight tool used to assist in climbing. The head is smaller and more pointed, backed by either a hammer head or an awl. The haft usually has attachment points for rope and other climbing gear. It is used to make steps or hand holds in rock and, more frequently, ice.

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