Saber Fangs (4e Equipment)
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 Saber Fangs
 Superior Melee Weapons
|Saber Fangs||+2||1d12||-||-||-||Heavy Blade||High Crit, Brutal (1)|
Smilodon, or the "saber tooth" as many better know them, are large predatory felines who rely on surprise to tackle and take down their prey, where they can deliver a killing blow with their massive fangs. Apex Predators, who are of the same lineage as their wild, unintelligent cousins, retain their characteristic saber fangs, and use them to deadly effect.
- A high crit weapon deals more damage when you score a critical hit with it. A critical hit deals maximum weapon damage and an extra 1[W] at 1st–10th levels, an extra 2[W] at 11th–20th levels, and an extra 3[W] at 21st–30th levels. This extra damage is in addition to any critical damage the weapon supplies if it is a magic weapon.
- A brutal weapon’s minimum damage is higher than that of a normal weapon. When rolling the weapon’s damage, reroll any die that displays a value equal to or lower than the brutal value given for the weapon. Reroll the die until the value shown exceeds the weapon’s brutal value, and then use the new value.
- Only the race of Smilodon Maioribus, and its associated class unique to it the Apex Predator, are capable of making use of the Saber Fangs as a natural, provided, and costless weapon; other classes may not utilize or acquire the Saber Fangs.