Oriental Weapons

On This campaign setting oriental refers to anything from Amihama or Kyan

From wushu’s whirling chains and multi-bladed polearms to the awe-evoking mystique of the samurai’s gleaming blades, the martial arts of the East evoke images of fantastic weaponry. Exotic even within their own cultures, a number of these weapons require specialized training, and the secrets of their mastery are well protected in remote temples and secret dojos. In most Eastern cultures, the weapon is more than just a means of defense; possibly representing a cultural tradition or philosophy. It may display social status or even tell the history of a clan or house.

This section contains all the Eastern weapons needed to run an Eastern-inspired fantasy campaign. They were chosen from a variety of Asian cultures, including those of China, Japan, Korea, India, the Philippines, and more.

To use these weapons you need the weapon proficiency And the name of the specific weapon for example Martial weapon proficiency (Hanbo)

Light Weapons Cost Dmg (S) Dmg (M) Critical Range Weight Type Special
Hanbo 1gp 1d4 1d6 x2 1 lb. B Monk, Trip
Kunai 2gp 1d3 1d4 ×2 10ft. 2 lbs. B or P See Text

The weapons listed above with a Dmg (S) also have a weight difference. The weight of a small weapon is half that of a medium weapon. I.E. A long sword weights 4 lbs. medium size, it is 2 lbs. small size.

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