Mordhau: Guide To Use The Lute

Surprisingly enough Steam’s exclusive Mordhau title features Lute, a good alternative to use as a weapon in a battlefield. Although it is not entirely effective on the battlefield, still players around the globe are combining this unique weapon type with other useable items like Frying Pan.

 

Gamers can refer to the tips and tricks mentioned below to better know the use of the Lute in the Mordhau game and utilize it to their utmost advantage. First and foremost Mordhau players will be required to equip the Lute item and to do so, players are required to head to the home screen where they can choose the desired mercenary which you desire to hand the Lute.

As gamers select the Armory from the top left-hand corner of the screen, it would present them with an option to either create a new customized mercenary or simply choose one of their previously created characters.

Regardless of selecting any of the two, players will have full access to customize the appearances, weapon esthetics and armor for the chosen mercenary. To equip the Lute to the desired mercenary, gamers will have to select the Weapon Loadouts option which would present with the available weapons which you can equip to the fighter.

Although every weapon has its gear point which restricts players from carrying more weapons to the battle, still the Lute only costs one gear point which enables gamers to include another weapon to their character. The best gear to have besides the Lute is the Frying Pan or players can also equip the Arming Sward which could help in resolving closed range melee attacks.

To utilize the Lute as a melee weapon, gamers can press the “R” key on their keyboard which would convert the musical instrument into a makeshift melee weapon and help players in overcoming intense closed combats.

Still, before laying down a strategy of utilizing the Lute as a prominent weapon of choice, gamers should consider the fact that Lute is no profound weapon type and instead fits the category of a useful musical device which could resolve into a makeshift weapon in dire situations on the battlefield. So it is not fruitful to consider this item as a weapon. Instead, it is more of a useable item which can help players in improving the in-game experience of the players.

Interestingly enough the key feature of Lute is to play music and undoubtedly this element of the instrument is also included to the title as players can utilize the Lute item as a playable musical device which can help in boosting the morale of battle mates.

To equip the Lute item players can press the “Number Key” from their keyboard. Moreover, to play different notes on the Lute, players can use their left, right mouse keys and utilizing the scroll button up and down. Interestingly enough players can even in-act a battle cry on the field by hitting the “V” button on the keyboard.

Many players have even managed to post their videos while playing different songs using Lute during the battle. Some of the hit tracks that pro gamers managed to play while being in between the battle includes “Yakety Sax” and “Doom” and have been massive hits on social sites.

Still, if any players desire to not indulge in close combats and use deadly weapons like the swards and Lute, then they can also choose to play a role of engineer by choosing the Engineer Class. Although not much is known for this class in the game, still the engineer faction is known to develop massive building type structures which lay down different types of projectiles towards the enemy troops.

Let’s see what more will the new Mordhau title introduce for gamers to explore the medieval times as It is far likely to observe some cavalry boost in the future updates which would tremendously improve the overall attacking power of the entire army.

Enne garcia  is a Microsoft Office expert and has been working in the technical industry since 2002. As a technical expert, Enne has written technical blogs, manuals, white papers, and reviews for many websites such as office.com/setup.

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