Ultra Glaive (5e Equipment)
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An ultra glaive consists of two separate components: A disk with retractable spinning blades and anti-gravity flight capabilities, and a black armored gauntlet which houses the circuitry which allows for remote control of the disk.
As an action, you can throw the disk at a creature or point within 120 feet of you. If you throw the disk at a creature, make a ranged attack roll. On a hit, you deal 4d6 slashing damage. If you roll a 20 on the attack roll, that target takes an extra 4d6 slashing damage, and if it is no larger than Large size it must make a Constitution saving throw (DC = 8 + your Dexterity modifier + your proficiency bonus). On a failure, it loses one of its limbs, with the effect of such a loss determined by the DM.
After the attack, the disk begins to hover in the air on its own. The disk is almost silent, making no sound in flight except for a quiet humming sound audible no more than 30 feet away. As a bonus action on each of your turns, you can command the disk to fly up to 600 feet and either make one attack against a target (using your attack bonus) or return to your hand (it is strongly recommended that you catch it with the gauntlet if you want to keep your hand).
If the hovering disk is targeted by any effect, you are considered to be holding it. If you are incapacitated, or if for whatever reason you are unable to use the gauntlet, the disk hovers in place and doesn't attack. The disk and the gauntlet each use separate power cells, lasting 10 minutes of operation each.