The sword and the picture are produced by Albion Swords Ltd.
This is the favored weapon of the Northern Celtic Tribes
line art drawing of a claymore. Pearson Scott Foresman
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The Claymore is one of the largest and heavy two-handed swords. It is a lot larger than greatsword, although it has a high price, but its damage is formidable. Also, it needs some basic training (the appropriate Exotic Weapon Proficiency feat which has an additional prerequisite of Strength 15). It is very rare, too and legends say that a single blow from a Claymore can cut a bugbear into two pieces.
Creatures larger than the intended size of the wielder may treat a claymore as a martial weapon. Treat as a two-handed martial weapon for creatures one size larger, as a one-handed weapon for creatures two sizes larger (with the appropriate Exotic Weapon Proficiency feat, the creature must choose at the beginning of each turn whether to wield as a light weapon or a one-handed weapon), and as a light weapon for creatures three sizes larger. In all cases, the penalty for wielding an inappropriately sized weapon still applies.
|Two-Handed Melee Weapons|
|Weapon||Cost||Damage (S)||Damage (M)||Critical||Range Increment||Weight||Type||Special|
|Claymore||75 gp||2d6||2d8||19-20/×2||||12 lb.||Slashing|
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