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One of your hands is very dominant. You excel with single-handed weapons, but two-handed weapons cause a problem.”— Fallout 2 In-game description
Fallout, Fallout 2, Fallout TacticsEdit
This trait gives a -40% chance to hit with two-handed weapons, but +20% to hit with weapons that only require one hand.
J.E. Sawyer's Fallout RPGEdit
This trait provides a +2 chance to hit with one-handed weapons, but -2 to hit with two-handed weapons.
|The following is based on Lionheart and is not considered canon.|
You suffer an initial -10 to Two-Handed Weapon skill and -10 to Ranged Weapon skill but obtain a +10 to One-Handed Weapon Skill.
|End of information based on Lionheart.|
|The following is based on TORN and is not considered canon.|
The character is +20% to-hit with one-handed weapons, but -40% to-hit with two-handed weapons and suffers an additional -40% to-hit penalty when dual-wielding.
|End of information based on TORN.|
From a skill point perspective, this trait can be very strong, and the 20% bonus is a modifier rather than adding to the base chance. What this means is that higher skill levels (above 100%) the base level will remain below the 100% threshold, therefore making increases still cost 1 instead of 2 skill points, 2 instead of 3, etc. This allows for more efficient skill increases.