Centaurs roam open plains and make their home near forests and woodland so they can take advantage of the hunting available there.
The primary weapon used by centaurs while hunting, and while protecting themselves, is their great bow.
This bow is similar to the longbow (or war bow), but is larger and more powerful.
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This is part of a series on cultural weapons I am writing.
The Orc Carver is a sword typically used by orcs all over the Known World and especially in the Dragonspine mountain region.
Original made by the Eklish Empire, this weapon was co-opted by the orcs after they smashed that empire.
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This is the first of an on-going series I am writing for the blog on cultural weapons. These will feature a twist on regular weapons in D&D or brand new ones.
Mountain Dwarves usually fight in their often cramped tunnels and chambers that make up the mountain dwarven empire under the Dragonspine Mountain.
Due to these cramped conditions, mountain dwarves often use spears, shortswords, daggers, and crossbows (as opposed to giant axes and warhammers their surface cousins tend to use).
One of these weapons is the Dwarven Fighting Dagger.
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