The khopesh is a slashing sword with an axe-like curve and a hooked tip.
5e D&D shies away from fine-tuning of weapons. The official stance, e.g. in reference to Asian weapons (like the katana, wakizashi, nunchaku, etc.) is to use already existing weapons in the list that the new weapon most resembles in type and effect. The same
This heavy blade has a convex curve near the end, making its overall shape similar to that of a battleaxe. A typical khopesh is 20 to 24 inches in length. Its curved shape allows the wielder to hook around defenses and trip foes. The elegant shape of a khopesh
Khopesh This bizarre sword is popular with cultists of Egyptian gods. The khopesh looks like a normal longsword whose blade suddenly turns sickle-shaped about a foot from the hilt. It is heavy and awkward to use without a lot of training. You can use the Kukri
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The khopesh listed there is slightly better than either the longsword or the rapier, given that it would be the best versatile weapon in the game. Thus far I have yet to meet a dm who said no to a rapier that did slashing damage, and the shortsword plan would require
I’ve decided to just go with the khopesh look cause he liked it more. Ive been DMing for a while but the balancing in 5e has gotten me flustered making my first few adventures so I figured I’d question here. Its stylish and it fits his character.I suggested cutlass
Interesting Weapons that aren’t in in the player guide? 5e 5th Edition () submitted 4 years ago by ODonDon DM What are some interesting weapons you’ve had or seen in your games
30/10/2018 · I was looking at the stats for the Khopesh and Temple Sword, and it looks like, apart from the “monk” designation with the Temple Sword, the two are mostly identical stat-wise. Am I correct in this? Could a monk, in theory, use a temple sword and just say it looks
In D&D 5E, specific rules take precedence over general rules. Since the two-weapon style, available through the fighter and ranger classes, is a specific rule, let’s start by reviewing the general rule: Two-Weapon Fighting: When you take the Attack action and attack
1/5/2017 · Are there stats for the khopesh and/or bronze plate (That 1st ed Unearthed Arcana oddity) in any of the D&DV “Official” sources? Sure, I could just make them up, but I’ve been playing (and really enjoying) a lot of Adventurer’s League lately so I’d like an official
Weapon (any sword), rare (requires attunement) When you attack a creature with this magic weapon and roll a 20 on the attack roll, that target takes an extra 3d6 necrotic damage, provided that the target isn’t a construct or an undead. You gain temporary hit
There has always been a lot of discussion regarding the magic system used in Dungeons and Dragons. It doesn’t seem to be very “logical” and there are other systems that might be better. This is my attempt to address this with an alternative to the “spell slots
You have proficiency with the khopesh (treat as a longsword), spear, and javelin. • Khenra Twins. If your twin is alive and you can see your twin, whenever you roll a 1 on an attack roll, ability check, or saving throw, you can reroll the die and must use the new roll.
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Demon lords, also known as Abyssal lords, were archfiends who gained great power and established a position of preeminence among demonkind. Over millennia, these demons have amassed tremendous power and authority over their domain. Each demon lord had
Our selection of Middle Eastern swords at Buying a Sword includes iconic weapons from countries like Turkey, India, Egypt, and Persia. Styles include scimitars, khopesh, talwar, shamshir, and qama, as well as other Persian war swords, Turkish short swords, and
A typical Khopesh is 50–60 cm (20–24 inches) in length, though smaller examples also exist. The inside curve of the weapon could be used to trap an opponent’s arm, or to pull an opponent’s shield out of the way. These weapons changed from bronze to iron in the
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History of Egyptian swords. Ancient Egyptian swords. Khopesh sword. For most of the country’s existence, Egypt has been an Arabic country following the North African Arabic development of swords. However, previous to the Arabic influence, the kingdom of
The frame of this withered demon’s corpse barely fills the ash-colored plate armor that encases it. It carries a serrated khopesh sword in spiked gauntlets that hiss with violet smoke, and a horned ivory mask devoid of features is nailed to its face. About .
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\$\begingroup\$ +1 for sufficient ambiguity. I think this side-bar opens the doors for Players and DMs alike to new and exciting combat capabilities; ones we’ve all seen and used before if we’ve ever played 3.5e. This basically spells out the possibilities of disarming
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Khopesh and Scepter. Most ushabtis have human faces and proportions, with features resembling a death mask. When at rest, they stand or lie with arms folded across their chests, clutching their scepter and khopesh.
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• Khopesh, cheval appartenant à la famille Gujadhur en Afrique du Sud, a terminé deuxième dans la course d’ouverture à Kenilworth ce samedi. Il compte cinq incursions (5e, 4e, 3e
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22/3/2015 · A demonstration of TWF dps. Still missing a lot of stuff for the complete max, so could possibly shave off a second fully twinked.
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This article is about items used as weapons. For the weapon keyword, see weapon (keyword). A weapon, whether melee like a club or ranged like a crossbow, must be wielded by a character in order to use a power with the weapon keyword. If the character lacks a