v Glider




Design for a flying machine Codex Atlanticus f.858r is a drawing by Leonardo da Vinci.Design for a flying machine Codex Atlanticus f.858r is a drawing
by Leonardo da Vinci.

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A glider is basically
a large piece of sail stretched out with a frame and connected to a handhold
and straps. The only way to get a glider flying is to jump off a steep incline,
allowing the glider to pick up the air current.

Large air vehicle

Squares 4 (10 ft. by 10 ft.); Cost 500 gp
AC 9; Hardness 0
(takes double damage from acid and fire attacks)

hp 20 (9)

Base Save +0
Maximum Speed 80
ft.; Acceleration 10 ft. (30 ft. when it first pushes off)

CMB +1; CMD 11

Ramming Damage 1d8
Propulsion current
(air; four squares of sail, which serve as the majority of the vehicle,
hp 20)

Driving Check Fly or Acrobatics +10 to the DC

Forward Facing the point of the glider’s wings

Driving Device rigging

Driving Space any single square directly below the sail part of the glider

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