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WEAPONS

 New Weapons

Name

Cost

Damage

Critical

Range

Weight

Type

Martial Weapons-Melee

 

 

 

 

 

 

Small

 

 

 

 

 

 

       Tri-Spike

5

1d4+1

x3

-

2 lbs.

P/S

Large

 

 

 

 

 

 

       Grean Spear

6

1d8+1

x3

10 ft.

7 lbs.

P

Exotic Weapons-Melee

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tiny

 

 

 

 

 

 

       Kovan Fighting Knife

50

1d4

18-20/x3

-

2 lbs.

P/S

Medium

 

 

 

 

 

 

       Tri-Sword

25

1d8+1

x3

-

5 lbs.

P/S

       Great Hammer

32

1d10

x3

-

10 lbs.

B

       Kovan Blade

500

1d10

x3

-

6 lbs.

S

Large

 

 

 

 

 

 

       Grean Great Sword

25

2d6+1

x3

-

16 lbs.

P/S

       Hekuta

150

1d12

19-20/x2

-

15 lbs.

P/S

       Kovan Great Sword

750

2d6

x4

-

17 lbs.

S

 WEAPON DESCRIPTIONS

Great Hammer:  Not quite a maul, but definitely bigger than a warhammer.  This weapon can be wielded with either one or two hands.   

Grean Great Sword:  A double-handed version of the Tri-Sword.  It is also used primarily and designed by the Gree.

 

Grean Spear:  The Gree designed nearly every weapon they wield to have a representation of Gruwees on it.  This is a normal spear with a three-pointed head on top of it.  The wielder could stab out with the weapon as one would with a normal spear, or the wielder can swing the Gree Spear and use the points to puncture his target.

 

Hekuta:  The traditional weapon of the orcs.  The warrior Larius Korda, the only winner of both the Suian competition and the Graplore, first designed it.  He created a versatile weapon that could be used one-handed, two-handed, and from a mount.  The weapon consists of two metal beams curved into two crescents.  The two are connected at three points along the length.  The inner beam is sharpened on one side and trimmed at the edges to points.  The back crescent is sharpened to points at its ends, but not along the length.  The back crescent is wrapped in leather to provide a grip.  The weapon usually measures in length as long as two-thirds of its wielder’s height.  It may be used a single-handed weapon, a two-handed weapon, or a double weapon.  When being wielded as a two-handed weapon the Hekuta adds a +2 shield bonus to its wielders AC.  The Hekuta may be used to trip.  If used to Disarm, the wielder gets a +2 bonus to the roll.

 

Kovan Blade: Although similar to a standard longsword, the Kovan Blade is filled with a heavy liquid in a small chamber inside the blade.  This liquid moves with the sword allowing it to become heavier when swung.  This does have the effect of tremendously unbalancing the blade in the hands of anyone who is not proficient in it, giving a –2 penalty to all attack rolls in addition to normal penalties associated with not being proficient in an exotic weapon.

All of the “Kovan” weapons were first designed by the weaponsmith by the same name.  Kovan was a Sakor’akai and a member of the guardian temple in Icefia.  He lived from c. pre-200 until his death during the War of Technology.  He was the premiere weaponsmith of his time and is said to have been trained by the great weaponsmith and cleric of Han~Sui, Janoy.

Kovan Fighting Knife: This dagger is curved, allowing the wielder to perform deadlier and different attacks than could be performed with a normal blade.  It is, however, very difficult to master.

Kovan Great Sword: This blade is similar to the Kovan Blade, except that it is larger.  The additional penalty for wielding a Kovan Great Sword without being proficient is –3.

Tri-Sword:  The traditional weapon of the Gree.  It is a broad-bladed sword that has two spikes that grow out of both blade edges of the sword.  The top of the sword is the symbol of their deity, Gruwees.

 

Tri-Spike:  A shortened version of the traditional Grean weapon, the Tri-Spike the three-points top to the Tri-Sword with a three finger grip.  It is designed for close-quarter fighting.

  

 

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