Bludgeon mastery feat

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Can be used with: bludgeon, blackjack and slungshot.

  • You gain a +1 bonus to attack rolls you make with this type of weapon.
  • Whenever you have advantage on a melee attack roll you make with this type of weapon and hit, you can knock the target prone if the lower of the two d20 rolls would also hit the target.
  • The damage dice change from a d4 to a d6, or d6 to d8 if wielded with two hands.
  • Whenever you score a critical hit the target must succeed on a Constitution saving throw (DC 8 + your proficiency bonus+ your strength modifier) or be stunned for one round.

Weapons for Mean Streets!

In a place where murder is prohibited (always a good thing), wielding three-foot steel isn’t in vogue either (it’s illegal, to be clear). Fortunately (that’s debatable), many weapons are not so much frown upon by the agents of the Sanction. In most case, it’s because their “lethality” is seen as inferior.

Here’s some of them:

Simple Melee Weapons

Blackjack

Blackjack
Bludgeoning. 1d4. Light.

Slungshot

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Bludgeoning. 1d4. Light

Bludgeon/Club

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Bludgeoning. 1d4. Versatile.

Quarterstaff

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Bludgeoning. 1d4. Two-handed.

Brass knuckles

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Bludgeoning. Add +1 to unarmed damage.

Chain

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Bludgeoning. 1d4. Reach.

 

Canestick

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Bludgeoning. 1d4. Can conceal a knife or rapier.

Shank

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Slashing or Piercing. 1d4. Light.

Pistol (1)

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Piercing. 1d10. Reload. Ammo.
  1. That’s clearly a more lethal weapon but it is oddly accepted by the Sanction