Scythe, Two-Bladed

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Ultimate Equipment Guide II

Author Greg Lynch, J. C. Alvarez
Publisher Mongoose Publishing
Publish date 2005
ISBN 1-904854-97-4
OGL Section 15 ueg2
Content Puller Mark Gedak

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This weapon is a long wooden shaft with a Scythe blade on each end. The Scythes protrude from the shaft in opposite directions, so that while one of the blades points in one direction the other points in the opposite one. This makes it easier for the wielder to attack with both blades in a single, swift circular movement.

The origin of two-bladed scythes is unknown, though Kaiser Konrad of the Kingdom of Appa is credited with devising at least one version of this weapon. Kaiser Konrad was a lover of deadly and exotic weapons, his favourite pastime being the research of innovative devices giving an edge in combat, regardless of how eccentric they appeared. Despite his investigation of all kinds of different weapons, the scythe was always Kaiser Konrad’s favourite weapon; the two-bladed version was one of his first – and most successful – experiments with its structure.

A two-bladed scythe must be wielded as a double weapon, thus the wielder always incurs all penalties associated with fighting with two weapons, exactly as if he was fighting with a one-handed weapon on each hand. A two-bladed scythe cannot be used to make trip attacks as a normal Scythe can, nor can it be used in one weapon.

A character that rolls a natural 1 when attacking with a two-bladed scythe always hits himself with one of the blades, suffering the appropriate damage.

Two-Bladed Scythe: Two-handed Exotic Weapon; 120 gp; Dmg 1d6/1d6(S)/2d4/2d4(M); Critical x4; Range —; 22 lb.; Slashing

Two-Handed Melee Weapons (Exotic)
Weapon Cost Damage (S) Damage (M) Critical Range Increment Weight Type Special
Scythe Two-Bladed
120 gp 1d6/1d6 2d4/2d4 x4 22 lbs. Slashing double

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