- Normal Attack
- High crit chance
- Lowest status chance of all rapiers.
- Normal Attack
- Low damage
- Very low status chance
- Below average disposition
- Destreza (Normal Attack), compared to Destreza Prime (Normal Attack):
- Lower base damage per projectile (158 vs. 170)
- Lower total damage (158 vs. 170)
- Lower base critical chance (28.00% vs. 32.00%)
- Lower base critical multiplier (2.0x vs. 3.0x)
- Lower base status chance (14.00% vs. 20.00%)
- Lower average damage per tap (202.24 vs. 278.8)
- Lower burst DPS (202.24 vs. 255.65)
- Lower sustained DPS (202.24 vs. 255.65)
- Higher attack speed (1 vs. 0.91)
- Less polarities ( vs. )
- Lower Mastery Rank required (7 vs. 10)
- Higher disposition (●●●●○ (1.25x) vs. ●●●●○ (1.14x))
The Destreza's blueprint can be purchased from the Market.
|Time: 12 hrs|
|Market Price: 175||Blueprints Price:25,000|
- Before Update 18.5 (2016-03-04), the Destreza was one of the few weapons capable of performing stealth attacks on MOAs and their variants, the others being nunchaku and blade-whips.
- Due to the innate ability to apply a slash proc on the first strike, in combination with the high critical chance and ability for a / build, this weapon works very well with .
- The rapier's name is derived from La Verdadera Destreza, an Iberian system of fencing, with the word "Destreza" itself being a latin word (literal in Spanish and Portuguese, "Destrezza" in Italian) meaning "dexterity", or "skill".
- The weapon's shape greatly resembles the letter "J" of the Orokin Language.
Last updated: Update 26.0 (2019-10-31)
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