Weapon House Rules

Damage Types

Some weapons aren’t restricted to the damage types listed in their entries. If a weapon could feasibly be used to inflict a different damage type (such as a longsword inflicting piercing damage instead of slashing) then it can do so with no penalty. If a weapon could feasibly inflict another damage type with difficulty or awkwardness (such as using the flat of a longsword to inflict bludgeoning damage) then it can be done with a -4 penalty to the attack roll.


All crossbows deal one additional die of damage (example: a light crossbow does 2d8, and a heavy crossbow does 2d10). The repeating crossbow, heavy repeating crossbow, and hand crossbow are now martial weapons.

Weapon House Rules

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