Player > Weapon > Melee > Curve blade, carbon steel
Damage: 1d10 S
Critical: Bleed 1d6
This graceful, curving blade further increases the drama inherent in sword fighting. Carbon steel blades bite deeply, causing bleeding wounds. The blade of an ultrathin curve blade looks delicate, but it is as hard as carbon steel and keeps a fine edge. Buzzblade curve blades vibrate when powered, tearing organic flesh and causing additional bleed damage. Dimensional slice curve blades have only a narrow visible blade area, surrounded by a solid aura; these are the sharpest and most dangerous curve blades on the market.
|Curve blade, carbon steel||Advanced||4||2230||1d10 S||Bleed 1d6||2||Analog||CRB p.187|
|Curve blade, ultrathin||Advanced||10||18100||3d10 S||Bleed 2d6||1||Analog||CRB p.187|
|Curve blade, buzzblade||Advanced||16||184300||8d10 S||Bleed 5d6||2||Powered (capacity 40, usage 2)||CRB p.187|
|Curve blade, dimensional slice||Advanced||20||815000||12d10 S||Bleed 6d6||2||Powered (capacity 40, usage 2)||CRB p.187|
The target gains the bleeding condition.
You take the listed amount of damage at the beginning of your turn each round until this condition ends. Your bleeding can be stopped with a successful DC 15 Medicine check as a standard action, or through the application of any ability that restores Hit Points. If you take two or more bleed effects, you take only the damage from the worst effect.
This weapon does not use any advanced electronics, computer systems, or electrical power sources. It is immune to abilities that target technology. While this use of the word “analog” is not technically correct when referring to technology, use of the term in this way has become common throughout the Pact Worlds.