Whistling bird (5e Equipment)

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Whistling bird

Martial Ranged Weapons
Weapon Cost Damage Weight Properties
Whistling bird Very Rare 3d6 piercing 0.5 lb. Ammunition (range 120), Finesse, glove, light, reload (10), special

A whistling bird was a type of weapon used by Mandalorians. Made of beskar steel, they were small guided munitions placed in Mandalorian vambraces which, when deployed, flew through the air while making a whistling noise before striking the target and killing them with a small explosion.

The whistling bird holds a maximum of 10 whistling bird(the name of the weapon and the missile are the same) in total. As an action you can fire up to all of the whistling brids loaded at a time at a point within range. It use ammunitions called Whistling birds (like stated before) which has a rarity of uncommon. The kneepad also has loading property. The Whistling birds are guiding missiles so they hit the target automatically. Each missile hits a creature of your choice that you can see within range. A darts deals 3d6 piercing damage to its target. The darts all strike simultaneously, and you can direct them to hit one creature or several.

Special. Whistling bird is used while installed on a wrist gauntlet or in a Mandalorian Vambrace.



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