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Weapon Theft in Beowulf

Weapon Theft65 (30)

Steal a weapon from 28 different enemies

  • Unlocked by 3,417 tracked gamers (22% - TA Ratio = 2.15) 15,818  

Achievement Guide for Weapon Theft

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Crimson Drifter
715,721 (421,729)
Crimson Drifter
Achievement won on 11 Feb 08
TA Score for this game: 2,022
Posted on 23 June 09 at 19:56, Edited on 31 January 15 at 19:04
This solution has 7 positive votes and 1 negative vote. Please log in to vote.
To steal a weapon from an enemy, grab them and then keep tapping cn_B, when other buttons come up push cn_A, and you will steal the enemies weapon. Do this 28 times and the achievement is yours.
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Rick Nasty 1187
265,048 (183,674)
Rick Nasty 1187
Achievement won on 03 Jun 11
TA Score for this game: 673
Posted on 03 June 11 at 03:11
This solution has 6 positive votes and 0 negative votes. Please log in to vote.
A good place to do this is during Episode 5: Innocence Sacrificed right at the beginning. You start in a swamp and you need to get the Thanes to roll a round rock out of the way to continue through the level, when you order them to open the door you will hear enemies hiss/screech and they will slide down behind you, about 7 or 8 of them, most/all with weapons. Disarm as many as you can by grappling them by tapping B, then tapping A to disarm them. Once you disarm and kill them all, hold LB and press A to get the Thanes to stop opening the door, and then order them to open it again. The enemies will keep coming as long as you repeat this process. You can get the achievement in about 10 minutes. This is also a good place to unlock "The Slayer" achievement.
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