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For other uses, see Critical Charge.

Critical Charge is an active skill in the Two-Handed skill line in The Elder Scrolls Online.

EffectEdit

Player charges to target and attacks, dealing 7 Physical Damage. Always deals Critical Damage.

RequirementEdit

  • Unlocked at Two Handed rank 4.

MorphsEdit

StampedeEdit

  • [?]
  • U5: This ability now snares targets by 60% instead of immobilizing them. [1]
  • U2: This ability no longer increases the damage of weapon enchantments. [2]
  • U5: Increased the ranged damage bonus for this ability to 68%. [1]
  • U8: Fixed an issue where silence effects (such as Negate Magic) were preventing damage from this ability and its morphs. [3]

Critical RushEdit

  • [?]
  • U8: Fixed an issue where silence effects (such as Negate Magic) were preventing damage from this ability and its morphs. [3]
  • U9: Fixed an issue where charging at the minimum range would reduce this morph's damage. [4]

UpdatesEdit

  • U5: Reduced damage of this ability by approximately 10%. [1]
  • U7: The Shadow Cloak ability will no longer be removed by a number of abilities, including this one, when you successfully avoid their damage, though note that taking damage from this ability will still remove you from stealth.[5]
  • U8: Fixed an issue where silence effects (such as Negate Magic) were preventing damage from this ability and its morphs. [3]
  • U9: Adjusted the snare applied to the enemy target at the beginning of all charge/teleport abilities (such as Shield Charge, Critical Charge, or Teleport Strike) to be a 60% snare for 750 milliseconds from a 100% snare for 500 milliseconds. [4]

AppearancesEdit


References

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