Katar of Reach – new DnD magic weapon

Katar of Reach

This new magic item for Dungeons & Dragons has an extended reach of 10 feet, allowing your character to hit targets normally out of range.

Katar of Reach

Weapon (shortsword), rare

This magic weapon has three blades attached to a cross bar handle and is equivalent to a short sword. While wielding it you gain a +2 bonus to attack and damage rolls.

You have advantage on any roll to avoid being disarmed of this weapon. In addition, you can speak a command word to extend the katar’s reach to 10 feet for any melee attack made with this weapon.

Proficiency with a shortsword allows you to add your proficiency bonus to the attack roll for any attack you make with it.

Katar of Reach card 1
Katar of Reach card 1
Katar of Reach card 2
Katar of Reach card 2

The katar is a type of push dagger that originated in the Indian subcontinent. It is characterized by its H-shaped handle, which allows the wielder to grip the weapon firmly and deliver powerful thrusting attacks.

The blade of the katar is typically made of steel and can range in length from a few inches to over a foot. The blade is usually double-edged, with a central ridge that runs down the middle. The shape of the blade varies, but it is usually triangular or diamond-shaped, with a pointed tip that can penetrate armor.

The handle of the katar is made of wood, ivory, or metal and is designed to fit around the wielder’s knuckles, allowing for a strong grip and better control of the weapon. The handle also often features decorative elements such as carvings or gemstones.

The katar was a popular weapon among Indian warriors and was particularly effective against armored opponents. It was often used in close combat situations.

The katar of reach magically extends to 10 feet, making it effective against large or mounted opponents. The design of the handle also make it harder to disarm.

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