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wrestling and mages

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I haven't tried to use wrestling on a mage since before AOS, so I don't know exactly how it works with regard to a spellbook and shield. Can you have either or both on and still defend yourself with wrestling, or do you have to be completely empty handed?

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it doesn't matter if you have a shield and book or what ever you can still disarm and i don't think the book in the hand is classed as anything in that hand, otherwise you wouldn't be able to chug pots and that enchant would put mods on the book

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You need hands free to disarm - on other hand the defence from wrestling is still there with both in hands. Disarm can win you 2 seconds.. but costs mana. So need to be careful how you use it. You need one hand free for pots.