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D&D 5e - Expanded Armory & Gear Vol. 2

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Even more weapons, some shields, and extra stuff for 5e.

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Check out Volume 1 here:  /product/174973/DD-5e--Expanded-Armory-and-Gear

Updated:  Added monk weapon classification to the kunai.  Added Strength requirement of 15 and Stealth disadvantage to the Aspis.

Updated:  Changed the wording to "attacking with" instead of "wielding" as it pertains to disarming/knocking prone attack.  Changed a minor typo.  Added the Slingshot text for ammo used.

Updated:  Added the Two-Handed propety to the Ring Blade.  Was intended to be that way from the start.

 
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REINHARDT F August 09, 2017 10:15 pm UTC
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Eh, I was hoping for Repeating Crossbows in this pdf, I kinda feel let down
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Christopher R August 02, 2017 8:08 pm UTC
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What was the thought process on the Falchion, seems like with no special property I would rather pick up a great sword. In 3.5 it was 2d4 but a crit on 18-20 which balanced it out.
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jason M August 03, 2017 3:36 am UTC
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I just changed it to 19-20 for crit range.
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Keith W July 20, 2017 10:07 am UTC
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The Full-size preview seems to be empty or broken. Just thought I'd let you know.
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jason M July 20, 2017 7:25 pm UTC
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K thanks. I will fix that.
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Luke P April 26, 2017 2:53 pm UTC
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For the wrist buckler, rather than having that and a weapon, I thing giving it a damage die, either 1d4 or 1d6, makes sense. If you've seen examples of buckler combat, you'd know that it was used as a blunt weapon quite frequently.
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James L January 26, 2017 10:35 pm UTC
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Any list of what you changed with this update?
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Joel A December 19, 2016 9:17 pm UTC
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Hey i was looking through the weapons and i have a question about the Ring Blade. As it is written it is a one handed 1d10 slashing weapon with finesse that can be thrown. Is it supposed to have the two-handed rule or am i missing something as it seems too powerful as it is now.
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jason M December 20, 2016 12:13 am UTC
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Yeah it is supposed to be two-handed. Thanks for the catch.
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Jack B November 25, 2016 1:08 pm UTC
Hey Jason, Someone named Falselight made a mod of your first expanded armory for the VTT Fantasy Grounds. I wasn't sure if he got permission. I fixed some errors in it, added your volume 2 as well, and gave you credit as the original author. Is this okay with you? I love your extra weapons that adds so many more options to my games. Thank you!
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jason M December 20, 2016 12:14 am UTC
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Thanks so much!
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Bear I July 12, 2016 10:56 pm UTC
I assume when the Tower Shield says that you gain total cover, does this just mean against ranged attacks, or does that mean that you are immune to melee weapons too? Three quarters cover makes more sense, unless you make a shield wall, because your feet are still visible. Though maybe that is what you are going for with the special ability, though if so you'd be unable to move.

Also, it weighs way too much, typical Roman tower shields only weighed around 22 pounds. In addition, the strength requirement is higher than plate armor, are you saying the thousands of Romans legionaries all had over 18 strength, or could only walk 5ft. every six seconds while holding a shield up?

Also, it is impossible to make attacks with certain weapons while holding up a tower shield, like a dagger. Maybe change the only one attack, to the more realistic requirement of only being able to attack with a long piercing weapon, like a spear, javelin, halberd, pike, trident, or harpoon.
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Luke P April 26, 2017 2:52 pm UTC
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Forcing them to attack with a light weapon or a spear would make sense. To your other points, half speed is usually 15 feet for most races, not 5. And Romans didn't fight dragons either, so I'm not sure that pushing that comparison makes sense. If you think the extra weight is unbalanced, it's basically a +2 shield which is a high level magic item, so I don't know. It's probably too powerful as is.
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April 30, 2016 10:27 pm UTC
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Hey, just wondering if im ok to use this in my campaign blog, along with other items you've uploaded provided i link back to the purchase page
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jason M May 03, 2016 12:38 am UTC
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Most definitely!
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Nod H April 01, 2016 3:05 am UTC
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I'm thinking Tower Shield should be no movement allowed if you're using it for total cover. Speaking of, what kind of action (if any) is it to "hide" behind the shields? Wrist Buckler-- Are you saying you can wield a light weapon and use it in combat with the buckler also granting the ac bonus? Needs clarification.

Also a lot of the Special Weapons have a "when wielding this weapon" rider when they should actually read "when attacking with this weapon." Otherwise I could just have it in one hand and be doing something with the other hand (like a grapple or shove) and because I'm wielding the "special" I'm gaining advantage or inflicting disadvantage on a non-special-relevant action.

And at the end of my first glance, it looks like all your weapons reading "You can treat this weapon as if you are dual wielding and apply any relevant feats why wielding this weapon" have the same typo, "why" should be "when"
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jason M April 01, 2016 4:02 am UTC
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Thanks for all of that. Will correct them.
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jason M April 01, 2016 4:20 am UTC
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I put a bonus action for the hiding. I don't really think removing total movement is needed. You already lose half movement and all of your extra attacks.
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