quarterstaff

NOUN
  1. a long stout staff used as a weapon
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  • Nexon to get updated on other content that will be added to it, including "Evy," the mage character, who wields a quarterstaff (that can be modified to become a giant scythe) and the power of Source-engine-powered sorcery. GameSpot's News, Screenshots, Movies, Reviews, Previews, Downloads, and Features
  • Usually they practiced with wooden swords, but they also practiced with quarterstaffs.
  • But a huge quarterstaff does the same damage as a huge handaxe (1d10). 4e PHB Readthrough – Chapter 7: Equipment « Geek Related
  • In battle, it could be wielded as a quarterstaff against swordsmen, or as a pike against cavalry.
  • Apparently they want me to learn how to use a quarterstaff and a dagger.
  • However, he could find many ways to make a sword or a quarterstaff a deadly weapon.
  • There was some sort of test to undertake to cross the river, sort of like when Robin Hood & Little John fight with quarterstaffs in Prince of Thieves
  • In battle, it could be wielded as a quarterstaff against swordsmen, or as a pike against cavalry.
  • So a medium quarterstaff does more damage (1d8) than a medium handaxe (1d6). 4e PHB Readthrough – Chapter 7: Equipment « Geek Related
  • Other brewers 'draymen became obstreperous too, one calling the beadle that stopped him "a rogue" and another vowing that if he knew the beadle "he would have a touch with him at quarterstaff. Inns and Taverns of Old London
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