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Mace, heavy

Blunt, Military, Ottoman, Central Asia, South Asia, Latin Europe

A heavy mace is essentially an iron (or bronze) club. Historically maces were a sign of high authority in numerous cultures, perhaps due to their effectiveness against armour. A kings scepter is essentially a fancy mace. Even a ‘heavy’ mace is not extremely heavy (usually 3-4 lbs), and is balanced for fighting, relying on hardness and density to cause injuries rather than sheer weight. Though not a nimble weapon, a mace can knock out or stun armoured opponents fairly easily. The compact mass of a mace makes it useful in defence as well as offence.

NameSizeReachSpeedDefenseBase DamageAttack TypesPrimary Attack TypesArmor PierceGrappleHardnessHP
Mace, heavyM3121-10BB001220

Steel mace, Ottoman, 16th Century

Steel mace, Austrian, 15th C

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