Is War Swing Worth Leveling Up? Effect and Usage | Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition

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This page explains the effects of War Swing, an Art in Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition (XC1) for the Nintendo Switch. Find out how to use War Swing, and whether or not this art is worth leveling up!

War Swing Effect and Basic Info

War SwingWar Swing
Effect Full circle swing, dealing damage to enemies in range.
User Reyn
Art Type Physical
Level Learned 8
Color Red
Power (%) 30 ~ 66
Cooldown (Sec.) 60 ~ 22.2

How to Use War Swing

There are no special conditions for this art, so you can simply activate it, but to get the full effect, ensure that Reyn is surrounded before he does this. It will also attract aggro from enemies you hit.

Is War Swing Worth Leveling Up?

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War Swing is worth leveling up

This is generally a great Art that is useful in several builds, so we recommend setting it and leveling it up. This Art is one of Reyn's better Arts, and if you have extra AP, you can't go wrong spending it on this one.

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