Hornvolver (5e Equipment)
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Martial Ranged Weapons
The Hornvolver is a strange and odd firearm, that from surface level looks like it balances the edge of non-magical and magical. The Hornvolver is a firearm that appears to be revolver with the bell of a small trumpet and 3 trumpet valves, but also a bullet cylinder. The Hornvolver was created by a group of gunsmiths that were comissioned to make it by a hyper-paranoid musician, who thought he was going to get assasinated. The weapon works by holding 6 short breaths air, in each compartment of the cylinder, and then pressurizing the air upon reload. Once the user pulls the created "air bullet" is released out of the Hornvolver like an actual bullet. To reload the weapon, blow air into the opening on the back of the firearm.
Quick Fire: Using a bonus action the wielder can fire more bullets when they fire with their action. The player rolls a d4, if its 1-4 they fire that many bullets, but that attack has a hit roll penalty of 1 per bullet, even with their hit bonus.
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