Schiavona (3.5e Equipment)
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|Fine||2 gp , 5 sp||1||1/8 lb||1|
|Tiny||10 gp||1d3||1/2 lb||1|
|Small||10 gp||1d6||1.5 lb||2|
|Medium||10 gp||1d8||4 lbs||5|
|Large||15 gp||2d6||8 lbs||10|
|Huge||20 gp||2d10||14 lbs||20|
|Gargantuan||40 gp||3d10||24 lbs||40|
|Colossal||60 gp||4d12||44 lbs||80|
The Schiavona is an elegant, long sword with a beautifully designed complex hilt and fairly broad blade. About as long as a longsword, the Schiavona is a versatile weapon able to both cut and thrust with little trouble.
The guard of the Schiavona can act like a gauntlet when chosen to do so and grants +1 AC as a shield bonus.
Because of the way the hilts are designed, using a Schiavona too small for a character (A medium size using a small, for example) suffers a -4 to attack rolls.