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A two-handed weapon (or abbreviated as 2H-sword/mace/axe) is a weapon that requires both the main hand and off-hand slots in use (as opposed to one-handed using one slot). Two-handed weaponry includes swords, maces, axes, staves and polearms. Generally two-handed weapons are slower than their one-handed counterparts, but make up for it with stronger stats. Guns, bows and crossbows also occupies the off hand slot when equipped.

Additional notes

If the character equips a two-handed weapon, any item in the off-hand slot will un-equip. The off-hand is not usable when a two-handed weapon is equipped, even though the slot will appear empty. Warriors are the exception, however; due to Patch 3.0.2 they can [Dual Wield] two-handed swords, maces, and axes (spears and staffs are excluded) if they obtain [Titan's Grip], a Fury specialization passive. Rogues can not use two-handed weapons of any kind.

Mages, priests and warlocks can use two-handed weapons in the form of staves.