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One-handed action refer to actions that can be performed on the move while reloading, charging or firing weapons simultaneously; allowing the Tenno to perform a wide flexibility of actions without being constrained with animation locks. For example, A Nova can sprint and cast Antimatter Drop while reloading a weapon at the same time, while a Vauban can deploy Bastille while charging a bow simultaneously.
Two-handed action refer to actions which locks the Tenno in an animation lock disabling mobility and other one-handed actions. This means that a Mag cannot Pull while rolling, and an Oberon cannot cast Smite while performing melee combos.
List of one-handed actionsEdit
- Most Maneuvers: crouch, sprint, slide, jump, double jump, bullet jump, ledge grab, wall dash, wall latch, vault, and ziplining.
- Using a one-handed ability: Antimatter Drop, Bastille, Exalted Blade, Fireball, Magnetize, Minelayer, Polarize, Psychic Bolts, Pull, Radial Blind, Rip Line, Shock, Shuriken, Smite, Smoke Screen, Soul Punch, Tail Wind, Tesla, Undertow, Vex Armor, Vortex, Worm Hole.
- Inserting a datamass into a Mobile Defense terminal.
- Catching a glaive mid-flight.
List of two-handed actionsEdit
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