Say you are playing an Ambidextrous character without the Two-Fisted Edge, and you make your two attacks: can you opt to make them both Wild Attacks? This would result in both attacks being at no penalty and a -4 to Parry. With the Two-Fisted Edge this would give them both +2 to each attack and to each damage. While the -4 Parry may be deadly, it sounds to me like it wouldn't be much of a risk when it's a 1-on-1 fight and two powerful attacks will be sure to take them down. Couple this with the Quick Edge to help ensure that you go first the next round so that the enemy can't even take advantage of that -4, and it seems too powerful to me.
Well, as the book states under Wild Attack (pg. 72 of SWEX), "Wild attacks can be used with multiple attacks, such as from the Frenzy or Sweep Edges, or with two weapons."
In this case, the character gains the +2 to Fighting and damage to all Fighting rolls and resulting damage rolls, and suffers a flat -2 to Parry. The multiple attacks are already balanced by the penalties suffered or the Edges needed to perform them. _________________ Clint Black
Savage Worlds Core Rules Brand Manager
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