Daggers is a Weapon category in Death's Gambit Afterlife. Sorun uses two hands two wield a pair of daggers that executes melee, short-range fast, yet deadly attacks. Each weapon features a unique moveset to their weapon type. Weapon categories grant specific Abilities to the player when equipped. The protagonist can equip up to two weapons, one in each weapon slot. While engaging in Combat, only one of the two slotted weapons may be used at a time, and the player may alternate between them at any point during a fight.
The only category of weapon that supersedes this rule are the Daggers, which are wielded in pairs, one in each hand, and only occupy one weapon slot.Unlike other games, Shields do not occupy any weapon slots but are instead given their own, therefore you shall always have a shield available regardless of the amount of weapons you have equipped. Weapons can be upgraded +1 to +10 through the use of Soul Stones and Immortalite. This page covers a list of all the Daggers featured in Death's Gambit: Afterlife.
In Deatrh's Gambit: Afterlife, once you've rescued Zuma, the Acolyte of Death (this can be done early in the game), speak to him back at the Central Sanctuary and he'll teach you how to upgrade your equipment. From there, if you've also defeated the Soul of the Phoenix boss, you'll also gain access to upgrade your wares when you are resting at a Death Idol. Weapons can be upgraded +1 to +10 through the use of Soul Stones and Immortalite. To view your current inventory, press I.
Death's Gambit: Afterlife All Daggers
|22||16 FIN||Attacking enemies creates motes of fire. Crashing down consumes 4 motes and creates pillars of fire around you. Blocking attacks consumes all motes.||Obtained as a reward for defeating the Soul of the Phoenix.|
|25||2 FIN||No special effects or bonuses.||Starting equipment for the Assassin class.|
|??||21 FIN||Immune to poison when equipped. Roll attacks remove poison status and turns it into a noxious cloud that hurts enemies.||Sold by Fink at Gaian's Cradle.|