Shuang Gou (3.5e Equipment)
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|Small||10 gp||1d6||1½ lb.||2|
|Medium||10 gp||2d4||3 lb.||5|
|Large||15 gp||2d6||10 lb.||10|
Hook swords are a Chinese weapons that were predominantly utilized by civilians, but traditionally associated with the Shaolin Monks of Mount Shaoshi, China. They consist of a long, straight blade that ends in a hook, and a hand-guard not unlike a butterfly knife that serves as protection for the weapon hand.
Due to the design of the weapon, while dual weilded they afford a +4 disarming bonus. Additionally, the user can make trip attacks with the hook swords. If you are tripped during your own trip attempt, you can drop one of the hook swords to avoid being tripped.