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Maces [edit | edit source]
Little more than a glorified club, this common mace is made of ordinary materials and unexceptional craftsmanship.
Solidly designed to inflict fatal injuries, even through armor. The balance is a little top heavy, but the craftsmanship is good.
This mace is one of thousands turned out by the Heavenly Forges before the Silence. But that was more than a thousand years ago, and not many remain.
Only magic could make such an ungainly weapon so light and yet hit so hard.
Constructed by the Necromancer's guild just prior to their fall during the Succession War, these unusual weapons are almost always enchanted with powerful magics.
Relic[edit | edit source]
A powerful war-mace, Ares burns with fires from the heart of the mountain it was made from. The same magic that causes it to burn with a terrible fire bestows resistance to fire upon its wielder.
Hammers [edit | edit source]
A graceless and unimaginative weapon, hammers are slow, but hit very hard. This one is of common construction and materials.
A step up in construction quality, these hammers are commonly wielded by humanoid monsters. Since everyone knows most monsters don't make weapons, the question 'from where are they getting them?' arises.
Magically constructed, these hammers are the property of the Church of the Moon in Karigor.
Artifact[edit | edit source]
The origins of Thor are lost in time, but this mighty barbarian weapon is well remembered by military historians. The weapon has been used in battles by many owners for centuries, although its last appearance was at the battle of Shimengard in 902 A.S.. The force of a blow from this hammer is so powerful that it can knock foes several feet back away from the wielder.
Clubs [edit | edit source]
A primitive weapon usable by even the stupidest of monsters. You're not thinking of using this, are you?
An improvement over the simple club, this spiked club will inflict nastier wounds.
King of the club family. If this weapon had a knob or ball on the end, it would be a mace. There is evidence of real craftsmanship in this club, but you can see no true identifying marks that would indicate who created it.
Clubs dont need a skill for using, thus don't get any skill bonuses.