Saturday, April 16, 2016

N is for Nunchaku of No Worries

[over the course of the month of April, I committed to posting a topic for each letter of the alphabet, sequentially, for every day of the week except Sunday. While I was sorely tired of the challenge after only 15 days, I am trying to "stick to it." Our topic this month? Magical weapons for a B/X campaign. All such weapons are +1 to attack and damage rolls unless, unless specifically noted otherwise. Each of these weapons should be considered unique items]

N is for Nunchaku of No Worries.

Nunchaku are very similar to the morning star in both form and function, but they are composed of hard wood (sometimes reinforced with metal or rivets) and are lighter in weight than the heavier morning star. With the exception of magic-users, any character class can use nunchaku; however, characters with a dexterity less than 13 have a chance to injure themselves with the weapon (any attack roll of "1" before modification results in the wielder taking damage). If using variable weapon damage, nunchaku inflict 1D4+1 points on a successful attack roll.

The wielder of the nunchaku of no worries is immune to any and all magical fear effects.

[finished my tax return for 2015. No worries]

Flogging the heck out of my financial records.

1 comment:

  1. If I could wield a pair of nunchakus I would likely not have an fears either. ;)

    Tim Brannan, The Other Side Blog
    2015 A to Z of Adventure!