What's the advantage of a 0.9 lb weapon over a 1 lb?
Say you have a 1 lb (+1, 1d8) shortsword. You have 0 strength. Melee is 15 normally. With rapid attack, you get two (+13, 1d5) attacks. And if you have subtlety, you get a crit every multiple of 7 tohit roll over enemy evasion roll.
Now say you have a 0.9 lb (+1, 1d8) shortsword. You still have 0 strength and your melee is still 15. With rapid attack, you get two (+13, 1d5) attacks. And if you have subtlety, you get a crit every multiple of 6.9 tohit roll over enemy evasion roll. But since tohits are always integers, you're going to have to beat enemy evasion roll by 7 anyways.
Did I misunderstand something about how rapid attack works? Why does str3 not matter?
