Request: Give us a way to share weapons/shields in item sets.

Skryia
Level 11
2 weeks ago

i always have a Cleric in my party, and they almost always want to run a shield. Depending on Cleric subclass, you often want to have an empty hand for somatic components, or simply want to use your best shield alongside 2 different weapons to account for monster weaknesses. Similarly, if one is running a dual-wielding build, there are times when you want to swap which is primary vs secondary, or use a shield in the off-hand, or whatever. And while it is possible to do this today to some extent it’s kinda clunky. If the UI space is an issue, just being able to use the light source set as a weapon set would be handy, I almost never need that as I always have a light caster, a firebolt (or sparkle) caster, and refuse to run non-Darkvision races. Thanks!

Berengar
Level 9
2 weeks ago

On 90% of my Fighters and Paladins I would dearly love to swap easily between S&B or using the one-hander in versatile mode for more damage.

I would like that to be as smooth and well implemented as a Rogue swapping between range and melee.

I believe the only change necessary to support this and the variations posted above is to simply allow a weapon to be placed into more than one set. For me that would be Set 1: Longsword and Shield. Set 2: The same longsword.


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Skryia
Level 11
2 weeks ago

Exactly that. Let weapons/shields belong to multiple weapon sets. And add another weapon setup, or even just convert the existing “light source” setup into a third weapon set. Ideally both! Be nice to have 4 flexible weapon sets.

Berengar
Level 9
2 weeks ago (edited)

Ah yes, I want 3 normal setups on my martials. Longsword versatile, S+B, Sword and torch (Conan style)

How greedy am I :)


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TomReneth
Level 14
6 days ago

I especially liked this feature in the Pillars of Eternity 2, so yes please. 


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