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Carries and throws targets in order to move them around. Can place Barrels which pull in opponents

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Increases the damage they deal by entering the Drunk state.

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Increases their resistance by entering the Drunk state, and uses their Summons to keep opponents in close combat.

Pandawa Information

Pandawa (also known as Pandawa's Pint) is a class.

Pandawas are warriors versed in martial arts who know what they can get out of their bodies! And out of the bodies of others... Indeed, Pandawas can always get crowds moving: they don't hesitate to carry their allies on their shoulders to protect them, and as for their enemies, they'll send them hurtling before celebrating their victory with a big draught of bamboo milk!

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Pandawa Class Set is the Alcoholic Set.

Characteristic Soft Caps:

Rate 1:1 2:1 3:1 4:1
Vitality Vit 1~∞ - - -
Wisdom Wis - - 1~∞ -
Strength Str 1~100 101~200 201~300 301~∞
Intelligence Int 1~100 101~200 201~300 301~∞
Chance Cha 1~100 101~200 201~300 301~∞
Agility Agi 1~100 101~200 201~300 301~∞


Pandawa is an anagram of Padawan, which is a Jedi apprentice in the Star Wars universe. Another possible way to solve the Pandawa name is Panda Warrior.

The Pandawas were the five sons of Pandu in the Hindu epic, Mahabarata. They fought and won a war for their kingdom against their cousins, the Kauravas, the sons of Kuru.

The fighting style of the Pandawa, Pandawushu, is a form of drunken self defense. It is much like the real fighting style called Zui Quan, meaning Drunken Boxing, also sometimes called Zuijiuquan (醉酒拳, literally Drunken Alcohol Fist). It is a traditional martial arts form, and also a classification of Wushu. That is probably the reason for calling the art form Pandawushu. Unlike Pandawushu, however, Zui Quan relies on looking drunk (with loose, unpredictable movements) instead of actually being drunk (which is considered inadvisable).

Pandawas were at one point P2P only, though this restriction has since been removed.

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