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|Dagger, nosh||2 gp||1d4||19-20/X2||10 ft.||1 lb.||Piercing|
|Mace, bulava||5 gp||1d6||X2||—||6 lb.||Bludgeoning|
|Quarterstaff, palka||2 gp||1d6/1d6||X2||—||4 lb.||Bludgeoning|
|Crossbow, samostrel||35 gp||1d8||19-20/X2||80 ft.||6 lb.||Piercing|
|Bolts, crossbow (10)||1 gp||—||—||—||1 lb.||—|
|Sword, myech||15 gp||1d8||19-20/X2||—||4 lb.||Slashing|
|Sword, sabel||17 gp||1d6+1||18-20/X2||—||5 lb.||Slashing|
|Mace, palista||5 gp||1d10||X2||–||10 lb.||Bludgeoning|
|Firearm, pishchal||500 gp||1d12||X3||150 ft.||10 lb.||Piercing|
|Bullets, musket (10)||3 gp||—||—||—||2 lb.||Piercing|
Bulava: A mace carried as a mark of rank by officers
Myech: A long, two-edged, straight sword.
Nosh: A Torassian knife.
Palista: This heavy mace is an iron cudgel topped with wicked spikes.
Pishchal: An arquebus.
Sabel: A curved saber. In appearance, a sabel is similar to a scimitar but has less of a curve to the blade.
Samostrel: Samostrels consist of a wooden stock, which usually ends in a butt. There is a longitudinal groove along the stock, and the bolt is inserted into it. On the opposite end of the stock, a short, and extremely powerful bow is attached, made of steel. To reload the crossbow, the crossbowman sets his leg against a stirrup and draws the bowstring back, fastening it with a hook.
|Armor||Cost||Armor Bonus||Maximum Dex Bonus||Armor Check Penalty||Arcane Spell Failure||Speed (30 ft)||Speed (20 ft)||Weight|
|Padded, teghily||5 gp||+1||+8||0||5%||30 ft.||20 ft.||10 lb.|
|Scale mail, doshchatimi||50 gp||+4||+3||-5||25%||20 ft.||15 ft.||30 lb.|
|Chain mail, baidana||150 gp||+5||+2||-5||20%||20 ft.||15 ft.||13 lb.|
|Splint mail, kuyak||200 gp||+6||+0||-7||40%||20 ft.||15 ft.||45 lb.|
|Banded mail, bakhterets||250 gp||+6||+1||-6||35%||20 ft.||15 ft.||26 lb.|
|Half-plate, kalantar||1,000 gp||+8||+0||-7||40%||20 ft.||15 ft.||50 lb.|
Baidana: The baidana is a form of armor made of metal rings that are large, flat-forged, and fitted over each other. Some versions are split in front at the neck so they can be pulled on, and others are split at the hem for horsemen. It hangs down to the knees.
Bakhterets: Bakhterets consist of narrow oblong horizontal and slightly curved iron plates arranged in vertical rows. The short lateral sides of these plates are fastened together with rings. This provides exceptional flexibility with powerful protection.
Doshchatimi: Armor made of scales. The plates of this armor are fastened with a fabric or leather straps on one side and secured in the center.
Kalantar: Kalantar is made in two halves, front and rear, like a vest without sleeves, which are clasped together on the warrior’s shoulders and sides. Each half, from the neck to the waist, consists of a number of metallic plates arranged horizontally and fastened together by a ringed mesh. Decorated with gold inlay, decorative patterns, and engravings, the kalantar is usually reserved for nobility.
Kuyak: Armor made of round metal plates affixed to a leather base.
Tarch: A shield, whose upper part consist of a metallic sleeve with a blade; the warrior put his arm into this sleeve. It is designed for fortress defense. It deals 1d8 points of Slashing damage (19-20/X2 crit). Attacking with a tarch is a shield bash attack.
Teghily: The teghily is a kind of kaftan with short sleeves and a high collar. Due to its protective characteristics this garmet is used by poor warriors instead of armor. The teghily is made of quilted hemp with metallic rings or plates sewn on the breast. Sometimes parts of animals are used by being boiled and painted into a mesh of animal tissue. This is cooled and dried hard. A paper cap, made in a similar fashion, usually accompanies teghily armor.