Half-Moon Katar (3.5e Equipment)

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Half-Moon Katar
Simple Light
Critical: Slashing - 20/x3, Piercing - 20/x3
Range Increment:
Size Cost1 Damage Weight1 hp
Fine * 1d2 * 1
Diminutive * 1d3 * 1
Tiny * 1d4 * 1
Small 15G 1d6 2.5 2
Medium 15G 1d8 5 5
Large 30G 2d6 10 10
Huge * 3d6 * 20
Gargantuan * 4d6 * 40
Colossal * 6d6 * 80
  1. The SRD only gives a means to determine costs and weights of weapons for Large and Small versions based on the Medium weapons. Any other supplied values are the author's best determination.

This weapon isn't my original idea. It is based off of the "Jamadhar" on Ragnarok Online.

The Half-Moon Katar was made in an effort to make "Punching Daggers" more effective in combat. A critical hit is known to cause the victim to bleed uncontrollably (Same as Bleeding Critical Feat listed at bottom of page). It can effectively slash or pierce. Is more commonly used as pairs, but it is acceptable to use only one. Weapon Finesse applies to this weapon because it is a light weapon. Because it is such an appropriate weapon to use with each hand, The penalty for dual wielding these is as if you had Two-Weapon Fighting.

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