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|Small metal-hafted weapon||10||10|
|Medium-size metal-hafted weapon||10||25|
|Small hafted weapon||5||2|
|Medium-size hafted weapon||5||5|
|Large hafted weapon||5||10|
|Small wooden shield||5||10|
|Large wooden shield||5||15|
|Small steel shield||10||10|
|Large steel shield||10||20|
Doing so provokes an attack of opportunity from the opponent because the character is diverting it's attention from the opponent to the opponent's armaments.
Then the attacker and the defender make opposed attack rolls. The attacking weapon must be no more than one size category smaller than the weapon attacked. (Treat a buckler as Small, a small shield as Medium-size, a large shield as Large, and a tower shield as Huge.)
Attacking a held, carried, or worn object provokes an attack of opportunity. Objects that are held, carried, or worn by a character, are harder to hit. The object uses the character's Dexterity modifier (not its own –5) and any magic deflection bonus to AC the character may have. The attacker doesn't get any special bonus for attacking the object. If the target object is in the opponent's hand, it gets a +5 AC bonus because the opponent can move it quickly out of harm's way.
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