|Georges de La Tour (1593–1652) Title : Schlägerei der Musikanten, Detail: Messer Date 1625-1630|
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Pirates often carry long brass knives for working aboard a ship. Though brass doesnt hold as sharp an edge as steel, it isnt vulnerable to rust like steel is. In a pinch, a pirate can use his brass knife as a weapon. Mostly, though, they are used for cutting ropes, cleaning fish, and other sundry tasks.
A brass knife has the fragile quality. A fragile weapon gains the broken condition if the wielder rolls a natural 1 on an attack roll with the weapon. If a fragile weapon is already broken, rolling a natural 1 destroys it instead.
|Light Melee Weapons (Simple)|
|Weapon||Cost||Damage (S)||Damage (M)||Critical||Range Increment||Weight||Type||Special|
|Brass Knife||2 gp||1d3||1d4||19-20/x2||10 ft.||1 lb.||Piercing or Slashing||fragile|
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