Restraining Pole (3.5e Equipment)
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Guards are always seeking better techniques for restraining fleeing suspects. A restraining pole is a long metal rod with a cable noose at its end. The cable runs along its hollow interior and exits at an opening near where it can be easily held. The noose tightens when the cable’s end is pulled. With a successful attack, the pole’s wielder can restrain opponents 10 feet away. Adjacent foes cannot be restrained. A restrained creature is entangled and can only move by an opposed strength check. If the entangled creature attempts to cast a spell, it must succeed a DC 15 Concentration check or the spell fails. A DC 30 Escape Artist check can be made to slip free. The pole has a hardness of 10 and 10 hit points. A DC 26 Strength check would be needed to break the cable.
Cost 10gp; Weight 12lb