Beyond Damage Dice: New Weapon Options for 5th Edition

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Down to 5 hp and fighting for your life against trolls, dragons, werebeasts, or worse? You’ll need to use your weapons to their fullest potential: to confuse, disorient, and disadvantage your enemies before moving in for the kill.
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A Weapon is Much More than Just the Damage It Deals…

Down to 5 hp and fighting for your life against trolls, dragons, werebeasts, or worse? You’ll need to use your weapons to their fullest potential: to confuse, disorient, and disadvantage your enemies before moving in for the kill.
Beyond Damage Dice offers unique maneuvers for specific weapons found in the core Fifth Edition rules and ones found in the Midgard Campaign Setting—giving them a distinct impact on the battlefield. Unless the description specifies otherwise, all of the maneuvers in Beyond Damage Dice can be used by any character that’s wielding the appropriate weapon and is proficient with it.
Fully 5th Edition-compatible, Beyond Damage Dice includes:
  •  11 pages of maneuvers for swords, polearms and axes, hammers and bludgeons, thrown weapons, and ranged weapons
  •  7 new weapons, including the dwarven tijino, nordmansch greataxe, dikama fang blade, and scorpion stiletto

Peruse this scroll of martial secrets and learn how to lock blades with your foe, repel a charge, unmount a rider, deliver a rib-shattering blow, and more!

3 reviews for Beyond Damage Dice: New Weapon Options for 5th Edition

  1. 3 out of 5

    Very inventive! Would give this five stars but, unless I’m missing something, it appears the damage statistics for the Scorpion Stiletto are absent from the table at the end of the book?

  2. Thanks for your review and comment! We’re aware of the Stiletto issue and should have a revised version of the PDF live on the site in a week or so (lots to juggle!).

  3. 5 out of 5

    Pretty darn cool! Going to be using this in my campaign starting this week! My players are super excited for it too! Always thought there should be a bigger difference in how weapons behave in game, but there was never a way I could figure it out. This looks really promising.

  4. 3 out of 5

    this looks really cool but why no spear?

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