Fauchard (5e Equipment)

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Simple Melee Weapons
Weapon Cost Damage Weight Properties
Fauchard 5 gp 1d6 slashing 7 lb. Heavy, reach, two-handed

The fauchard is little more than a sickle or machete blade attached to a pole. Fauchards are not an efficient design for warfare, but are often crafted by militia peasants or farmers hurriedly defending their land.


Small creatures have disadvantage on attack rolls with the fauchard.


The fauchard adds 5 feet to your reach when you attack with it.


The fauchard requires two hands to use.

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