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|Product Name:||Haft and Harm Weapons|
|Published Artist(s):||Daz Originals|
Used mostly in pairs, the Ball Mace could be found throughout the near East and through China. They required great strength to use with any skill, as their heavy bronze heads were difficult to control.
The Shishpara was a late period Indian mace, with a hand guard at the base of the shaft. As with other flanged mace types, it had the power of a larger club but the control of a smaller weapon.
The Persian War Pick was an excellent anti-armor weapon. The hammer head on the back could weaken even the sturdiest plates, while the pick itself could punch through a breastplate or helm with ease.
Often used by city guards to keep the peace, a Bar Mace was just the right weight and size to break swords if struck with enough force, while a decent bit of control let the wielder control the drunk and unruly without TOO much harm.
Brutal and powerful, the Holy Water Sprinkler was a heavy, spike-headed club with a sharp spear point at the tip. One blow could crush skulls and helms alike.
Certain higher ranking members of the Dark Races have been seen with fearsome War Sickles. Much larger than their farming implement cousins, these weapons are both intimidating and cruel.
Crossing the border between sword and spear, the Shortspear is popular with many Elven hunters as a way to defend themselves from armored and unarmored foes alike.
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