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Barely more than a sharpened stick, this spear is still quite deadly. Like all spears, it can be used in one or both hands (+1D9 if used two-handed).
This spear has a reinforced steel tip to help it penetrate tough armor and hides. Like all spears, it can be used in one or both hands (+1D9 if used two-handed).
Decorated with carved serpents running along the shaft, this spear comes equipped with a cross piece designed to prevent impaled foes from sliding along the shaft of the spear and striking a blow at you as they die. Like all spears, it can be used in one or both hands (+1D9 if used two-handed).
Composed entirely of a rare, bluish metal, the lower half of this spear is wrapped in an expensive leather. A collector's item! Like all spears, it can be used in one or both hands (+1D9 if used two-handed).
A smithy symbol and date stamp indicate this spear was made in the magical forges of Governor Padish 12 years before the Silence (+1D9 if used two-handed).
Combination poleax and spear, the halberd can inflict terrible wounds, but recovers slowly from swings. This one is of average quality and workmanship (+1D6 if used two-handed).
Of solid construction, this halberd has a particularly heavy blade. Wielded by a mighty warrior, it could surely be used to slay the toughest of monsters (+1D6 if used two-handed).
A small stamp on the blade of this weapon indicates it was constructed in the famous Mekorig Foundry by the master himself, Mekorig the Blind. You would be hard pressed to find a finer Halberd anywhere in the world (+1D6 if used two-handed).
Common war tridents, like this one, are good quality weapons issued by the Imperial Regnan Navy to facilitate the collection of Imperial tariffs on the high seas. Most merchants and other governments refer to this activity as piracy (+1D6 if used two-handed).
A high quality war trident of the style given to officers of the Imperial Regnan Navy. This one was probably taken from the officer during an Imperial Taxation battle that went poorly for the Navy (+1D6 if used two-handed).
This beautiful trident is mostly made of Kergar, a rare, bluish metal that does not rust or lose its edge over time (+1D6 if used two-handed).
This trident is probably what inspired the Regnan navy to adopt the trident as their favorite weapon of war. Poseidon fills its wielder with a frightening battle rage, increasing the wielder's might, endurance and accuracy at the cost of personal safety. So consuming is the wielder's desire to smite his enemies while using Poseidon that he neglects to dodge blows he might otherwise have avoided. On the other hand, dead enemies (usually) don't fight back.