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 +Weapon Aging
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 +Each time a sword hits any monster its age increases by one point - you can check the swords current age by viewing its details in your inventory. Once this figure reaches the maximum age (22,000) then it's officially fully aged.
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 +If you take a long sword (LS) or a great sword (GS) and make it fully aged then when it's converted using one of the [[Expertise Weapons]] skills (Katana expertise, Chaos expertiseetc.),​ the damage statistic will be permanently doubled on the expertised blade.
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 +So a weapon that did 100 damage as a GS or LS will now do at least 200 damage in it's new form, possibly more depending on what form you choose.
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 +What happens if I don't age it fully?
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 +Although I've never tried this myself I've been told that the damage increases with each step of the aging sequence, so it's staggerred from no damage bonus for new / young through to double damage bonus at maximum.
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 +What are the different ages of swords?
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 +When you look at your swords details the display will give your swords age a name based on its current age...
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 +|| **Description** || **Strikes** ||
 +|| New || 0 ||
 +|| Young || 1,000 ||
 +|| Mature || 2,500 ||
 +|| Well worn || 5,000 ||
 +|| Venerable || 10,000 ||
 +|| Ancient || 15,000 ||
 +|| Ancient(max) || 22,000 ||
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