MSRD Talk:Improvised Weapons

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Nail Gun Damage[edit]

I know DND and d20m aren't supposed to be compared, but as a monk, I could punch someone and it would do MORE damage then a nail gun. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by T G Geko (talkcontribs) 2008-01-10 11:58. Please sign your posts!

Yup, and a monk your unarmed strike would also do more damage than a dagger, and a light hammer, and a kukri, and a light pick, and etc... Are you suggesting that a nail gun doesn't do enough damage? —Sledged (talk) 12:21, 10 January 2008 (MST)
I meant a first level monk. yea, and an office chair does more damage then a drill. Come on, was d20 m designed by robots? --T G Geko 20:40, 12 January 2008 (MST)
A first level monk is an unfair example, since his fists do the damage of most one-handed weapons. If anything I'd say a nail gun does too much damage. I'd imaging being gutted with a 6-inch to 12-inch-long inch-wide blade doing more damage than being pierced by nail gun (though there is a good amount of power in a nail gun). As for the office chair vs drill, I supposed it'd depend on the power of the drill, the ones designed for home use versus the ones designed for professional use. —Sledged (talk) 14:48, 14 January 2008 (MST)

so ah what would be the dammage of a caravan or carrage cus my leval 1 character can easily throw one of those and its got to do more then anything else hes got

how can your 1st level character throw those? anyway, those are colassal, so 2d8--Name Violation 10:48, 2 September 2010 (MDT)

lol 2d8 for a bloody caravan/carrage thats epicly lame and cus im a centaur i have a 10500 pound drag and like just over 2000 pounds of lift over head anyway thanks

yeah, you're better off dirving a car into someone than trying to fling itName Violation 12:29, 5 September 2010 (MDT)
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