Mechanical T-Hook (5e Equipment)
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Martial Ranged Weapons
Request from ReddtheRage. A Mechanical T-Hook, called a T-Hook for short, is a small, mechanical pistol that weighs 4 pounds. Upon being fired, it releases a grappling hook up to 100 feet in length. The rope used for the hook is a special thin, lightweight mesh.
The grappling hook can attach to a solid surface, and can hold no more than 300 pounds of weight.
As long as you are holding the T-Hook while it is attached, you can cause the hook's rope to pull you closer to the attached object as a bonus action. You can move up to your speed in this way. You can also use a bonus action to detach the hook.
If you hit a creature with the T-Hook, they take an amount of damage that varies depending on how far the hook flew. If it flew 30 feet or less, then they take 1d8 piercing damage. If it flew 31 to 60 feet, then they take 1d6 piercing damage. If it flew 61 to 100 feet, then they take 1d4 piercing damage. No matter how far it flew, they must succeed on a DC 13 Dexterity saving throw or be grappled (escape DC 13) as the hook attaches. While grappled, their speed is halved, they can't move farther away than the length of the hook's rope, and if you use a bonus action to reel in the hook, they must succeed on a DC 13 Strength saving throw or be pulled with it.