Heavy (3.5e Equipment)

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"You grab the greataxe, hefting it up, but, not expecting the excessive weight, you lose your balance and fall flat on your face. The greataxe is much heavier than it seems."

Only two-handed weapons made primarily of metal (such as a longsword or a greatsword, but not a quarterstaff) can be enchanted with this enhancement.

When a weapon enchanted with heavy is used with two hands, the damage from your strength bonus is multiplied by 2 instead of 1.5. However, any weapon enchanted with heavy also has a strength requirement to wield correctly of 16 or higher or, if it already has a strength score requirement to wield, the minimum strength score requirement is increased by 2. Additionally, there is a minimum requirement of 16constitution. Finally, the weight of the weapon is increased by 100%.

Moderate Transmutation; CL 9; Craft Magic Arms and Armor, transmute mud to rock; Price 6000 gp +1 bonus


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