Blood Drinker (3.5e Equipment)
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|Small||225gp||1d6||2 1/2 lbs(empty)||—|
The Blood Drinker is a rather strange looking blade, the edges being serrated by pits along both the top and bottom side of the flat, which lead to the handle, which is hollow, allowing a flask to be inserted which fills with blood. A full medium-sized flask weighs 1 lbs; flasks of larger weapons double in weight per size step. It takes two successful hits on a living creature to fill the flask, which is a free action to remove and replace, provoking an attack of opportunity.
Also, when using this weapon when the vial is full, you take a -1 penalty to attack rolls, as well as a -1 penalty to attack rolls if there is no flask in it, as the flask is the pommel stone.