Sai Swords (4e Equipment)

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Sai Swords[edit]

Superior Melee Weapons[edit]

Two-Handed

Weapon Prof. Damage Range Price Weight Group Properties
Sai Swords +3 1d4 - 1d8 - 60 GP 2 Lb. Maces Defensive, off-hand

A pair of crushing weapons that change their stats based on the grip.

Attacks with these weapons count as minor actions
As a free action the wielder can change their grip on one sword, this can be done twice per turn

Defensive Grip

The wielder holds the sword in the center of the weapon.
The damage for this grip is 1d4, and when both swords are in this grip, the bonus for the defensive property is doubled.

Offensive Grip

The wielder holds the weapon like a normal sword.
The damage for this grip is 1d6

Hammer Grip

The wielder holds the "blade" and hits with the guard.
The damage for this grip is 1d8, and the weapon gains the brutal 2 property, but attacks with this grip are considered standard actions and when both swords are held in this grip, the weapons lose the defensive property.

For more information: karateblogger.com/stari/articles/Matayoshi sai.htm



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