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A bearded axe is a type of axe built since the 6th century and is commonly associated with the Vikings.
The lower portion of the axe bit extending the cutting edge below the width of the butt is referred to as the "hook" or "beard", and provides a wide cutting surface while keeping the overall weight of the axe low. Efficiently used in combat to pull a weapon or shield from an enemy's grip.
Bearded axes were used by the Vikings in combat. Occasionally they were dual-wielded.
Anglo-Saxon England (9th century)
|Name||Class||Max Attack||Max Speed||Max Impact||Max CRIT-PRC||Availability|
|Bear-Claw||Raven||Purchase the Berserker Pack|
|Bone-Biter||Wolf||Loot chest in Rygjafylke|
|Fyrd Axe||Bear||Loot chest in Foresti's Rest, Jorvik|
|Housecarl's Axe||Wolf||Loot chest in Utbech Camp, Grantebridgescire|
|Raider Axe||Raven||Default weapon|
|The Thunderer||Wolf||Purchase the Taranis Pack|
|Tusk Axe||Bear||Purchase the Premium Starter Pack|
|Varin's Axe||Bear||Complete Honor Bound|
Italian Renaissance (16th century)
|Bearded Axe||2||3||4||7000ƒ||Sequence 1|
Ottoman Empire (16th century)
|Bearded Axe||2||3||4||8,050||Sequence 2|
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