The Great Pendragon
Once hit for any amount of damage (through armour) the victim is impaled
- (counts as prone: Reflexive modifier = +5 / -5 )
Only hits successfully once, but inflict major wound regardless of damage rolled.
Can only be removed with a successful ‘Chirgury’ roll,or inflicts 6d6 damage on the way-out (no armour); even then it still inflicts 6 points of damage (zero damage if chirgury roll is a critical success).
pulling the thing out without a successful Chirgury inflicts maximum damage damage (36 points).
Now in the possession of Sir Emir, as lord of the hundred of Branch & Dole
This ancient bronze age dueling weapon has a series of spiraling, needle like, blades that are hinged to the main spear head.
Once it strikes a target, they say, it is impossible to pull the weapon out without killing the hapless victim.
The family of Chalke has used this weapon to resolve issues of honour for centuries