Whips are weapons suitable for rogues, artisans, beast warriors, decamon drafters, harlots, marauders and necromancers. Many heroes have started their career with a whip with three weapon power, and a whip with five weapon power is available for 50 gold from Anwyl Smokebeard's Smithy, in the Marketplace.

List of WhipsEdit

  • Ball & Chain (WP:11, causes fast asleep -effect; whip)
  • Cat-o'-Nine-Tails (WP: 9, damage is divided to all enemies, whip)
  • Chain Whip (WP:4, whip)
  • Doom Stinger (WP:13, has 1/2 chance to cause doomed-effect upon a hit; whip.)
  • Double Chain Whip (WP:5, whip)
  • Fauxthril Whip (WP:5, whip)
  • Heaven & Hell (WP:25, dual hit, light- and darkness-elemental whip)
  • Kusarigama (WP:10, whip)
  • Leather Whip (WP:7, makes enemy enraged; whip)
  • Mockthril Whip (WP:4, whip)
  • Phlegethon (WP:20, doubled by each knocked out party member, fire-elemental whip)
  • Plant Whip (WP:9, triple damage against rock and luminous enemies, no damage against icy and dark enemies; whip)
  • Predator’s Lasso (WP:13, causes bound- and slowed-effect, whip)
  • Vine Whip (WP:10, causes bound-effect, wood-elemental whip)
  • Wild Vine (WP:6, causes bound-effect, wood-elemental whip)

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