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Examining The Glaive 'Moron' (2d6) (+26,+15)... Polearms are melee weapons. This is a polearm. A polearm with a long, slightly curved knife-like blade. It has spurs on the dull side of the blade. It's primarily a slashing and chopping weapon. Glaives are often used to protect archers, crossbowmen, and gunners while they reload. Outside of combat they are a popular processional weapon and therefore many have ornately carved blades. It can be wielded two-handed. It provides light (radius 1) forever. It does extra damage from fire. It produces chaotic effects. It drains life from your foes. It strikes at undead with holy wrath. It is especially deadly against natural creatures. It has been blessed by the gods. It cannot be harmed by acid, cold, lightning or fire. Using it you would have 1 blows and do an average damage per turn of 0 against animals, 0 against undead, 0 against non fire resistant creatures, 0 against fire susceptible creatures, 0 against other monsters. Gold Remaining: 2652 You may: g) Get share of stolen gold (closed) ESC) Exit. s) Sell an item p) Purchase an item x) Examine an item Z) Steal an item
Does the weapon reflect the wielder?
If so, I think I'll pass on wielding that one, and not only due to the fact that I was playing a Haftedmaster...
Posted on 23.3.2003 03:42
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