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Spiracette (3.5e Equipment)
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|Fine||15 gp, 4 sp||1||0.3 lb||2|
|Diminutive||50 gp||1d2||0.6 lb||5|
|Tiny||75 gp||1d4||0.9 lb||10|
|Small||125 gp||1d6||1.2 lb||20|
|Medium||125 gp||2d4||1.5 lb||40|
|Large||150 gp||2d6||1.8 lb||80|
|Huge||300 gp||4d4||2.1 lb||160|
|Gargantuan||800 gp||3d6||2.4 lb||320|
|Colossal||1000 gp||5d4||2.7 lb||640|
A spiracette is a throwing weapon that has 2 curved blades, much like a kama's blades, facing the opposite directions. The spiracette, unusually, is aerodynamic and can be thrown. The weapon, if hits, deals damage, then circles back to the thrower, who must make a roll against DC 10 to catch it. The spiracette, on a successful critical, hits the opponent, then attempts to circle around to strike him again, dealing damage again. The DM secretly rolls the d20 die twice for a result. If both rolls are successful, the spiracette circles, and deals damage 2 more times, after which it returns back to its owner.
- An opponent may use the Deflect Arrows or Snatch Arrows feats on a spiracette. However, the DC for doing so is 30.
- If the thrower misses catching the spiracette, it lands 1d4 squares behind him.
- The owner may throw 2 spiracettes at the same time without penalty, but the DC for catching them is 20.