Weapon Brace (3.5e Feat)
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Weapon Brace [General, Fighter]
By bracing your weapons together, you can resist a Sundering attack more effectively.
Base attack bonus +2
When fighting with two weapons you automatically brace your two weapons together to increase their resistance to a Sunder attack; add half (round down) the "other" weapon's hardness to the hardness of the weapon being Sundered. Half (round up) of any Sunder damage which exceeds this increased hardness is applied to the targeted weapon’s hit points; the remaining damage is applied to the bracing weapon’s hit points.
Rorwernrn brought her guisarme down in a mighty two-handed strike at the halfling's paired shortswords. The halfling rogue quickly braced her weapons against the blow, giving her shortsword a Hardness of 15 (10 for steel, +5 for braced steel weapon). The guisarme strike inflicts 16 damage; without bracing, the halfling's shortsword would have been shattered! It is left with a large crack, however (only 1 of its 2 hit points remain).
- Author: Rick Coen © Rick Coen 2002 This feat is from the NBoF, please see NBoF Credits.
- Revised by the Netbook of Feats Review Board
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