Dragon Fang (3.5e Equipment)

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Dragon Fang
Martial Light
Critical: 18-20 ×2
Range Increment: 5 feet
Type: Slashing
Hardness: 8
Size Cost1 Damage Weight1 hp
Fine * * * 1
Diminutive * * * 1
Tiny * * * 2
Small 78,000 1d3 2 lb. 5
Medium 78,000 1d4 4 lb. 10
Large 78,000 1d6 6 lb. 20
Huge * * * 40
Gargantuan * * * 80
Colossal * * * 160
  1. The SRD only gives a means to determine costs and weights of weapons for Large and Small versions based on the Medium weapons. Any other supplied values are the author's best determination.

This weapon is usually sold as pair of +3 Spell Turning Kukuri with Dancing. Dragon Fang is a very reflective kukuri made of alchemical silver.

This kukuri has a mirror finish that doesn't seem to tarnish or scratch. It has the ability to send a spell back at the caster, it only turn spells that have you as a target, area effect spells are effected but only if you are a target of the spell. Spell turning fails to stop touch range spells. this ability can only be used as a free action once per each of your turns (only happens once between each of your turns). A pair of these weapons will allow for two reflects per turn.


The Dragon Fang was said to be made by a legendary blacksmith who was said to have made this weapon for a group of weapons masters who consisted of 7 experts in their specific weapons. this was made as a pair for a man who was trained in a style where he would systematically counter the spells of their enemy. The kukuri are believed to be made of alchemical silver because the man had lost his family to a pack of lycanthropes when he was young, from that day on the man had feared the return of the were-creatures who might finish what they started. it is said that the man had given his blades to a young boy who had experienced a traumatic event eerily similar to his run in with the shapechangers. since then the blades have been passed down from victim to victim until the blades fell of the radar and were never heard from again.

It is said that there are a few blacksmiths who have had the privilege to have examined the blades and understand it to the point of recreation. Though few and far between, there are stories of blacksmiths who were apprentices of those original smiths and have inherited the ability of making of the sleek pair of weapons themselves.

The price is for one individually.

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