Warglaive (5e Equipment)

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Warglaive

Martial Melee Weapons
Weapon Cost Damage Weight Properties
Warglaive 60 gp 1d10 slashing 2.5 lb. Heavy, Reach, Versatile (2d4), Special*

This weapon is a strange and an unconventional type of swords that have an edge from the top and bottom of its handle, and have an arm guard that is attached to it.

  • When Wielding in two Hands this weapons become a finesse weapon.
  • Dual wielding two of these weapons will give you an extra 1 to AC.
  • If you make an attack of opportunity against a target, you can attack with both hands if you are dual wielding.
  • This weapon can only be dual wielded with the Dual Wielder feat.



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