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Revision as of 22:34, 18 January 2007

Object typeWeapons
Skill usedManufacturing weapons
Time2 day(s)
Materials160 grams of wood
Toolsknife, bone knife or bronze knife
Rot and repair
Rot49 points per day
per day of use: Unknown (hard)
Repair1100 points per hour
Holdable object
General properties
Weight160 grams

Description and uses

Real-life context

Since Roman times, through the Middle Ages and Renaissance, wooden weapons were used throughout Europe for training and practice by warriors, men-at-arms, knights and students of fencing. Wasters save wear and tear on valuable steel swords and help build strength and coordination. Also called "bavins" or later on "cudgels", wooden swords were often of double weight for instructing squires or for use on pells or even tournaments. - [1]


Image Source: Sinai