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*This is the only weapon that causes this kind of damage, despite maces and [[flail]]s exhibiting the same qualities.
 
*This is the only weapon that causes this kind of damage, despite maces and [[flail]]s exhibiting the same qualities.
 
*Morningstars may not be wielded in a [[player character]]'s [[off-hand]].
 
*Morningstars may not be wielded in a [[player character]]'s [[off-hand]].
*Historically, this weapon would have been called a flail. Morningstars did not have a chain between the shaft and spiked ball.
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*Historically, this weapon would have been called a [[flail]]. Morningstars did not have a chain between the shaft and spiked ball.

Revision as of 13:13, October 12, 2006

Morningstar
Name: Morningstar
Description: A morningstar is very similar to a mace in its design, except it has a chain which connects the short, thick pole to the weighted end. Morningstars will always have spikes protruding from the weighted end to give it additional damage.


weapon properties
weight (lb) 8
cost (gp) 8
damage 1d8
criticals x2
damage type Bludgeoning & piercing
size Medium
proficiency Rogue
 Simple


Toolset

Notes

  • This is the only weapon that causes this kind of damage, despite maces and flails exhibiting the same qualities.
  • Morningstars may not be wielded in a player character's off-hand.
  • Historically, this weapon would have been called a flail. Morningstars did not have a chain between the shaft and spiked ball.
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