Kor-Kitar (5e Equipment)

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Martial Melee Weapons
Weapon Cost Damage Weight Properties
Kor-Kitar 400 gp 1d8 slashing 4 lb. Finesse, special, versatile (see below)

The kor-kitar is a monk weapon, used in the hidden monasteries in the mountains. It is a long rod with blades on either end. When held, it adds +1 to the holder's AC. When wielded with two hands, the wielder can make double the amount of attacks per turn with the kor-kitar. For example, a fighter with three attacks could make six with the kor-kitar, but only three with a longsword.

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