Player > Weapon > Melee > Puzzleblade, tradition
Damage: 14d6 S
The kasathan puzzleblade is a two-handed sword that can be disassembled into pieces for ease of storage and transport, although reassembling the blade for use takes some time. Many who carry a puzzleblade see the assembly time as a reminder of virtues to uphold, so the various types of puzzleblades take their names from kasathan values of conviction, dedication, moderation, and tradition. Some ysoki, on the other hand, have taken a liking to the weapon due to the fact that the disassembled pieces can be stored in ysoki cheek pouches.
|Puzzleblade, conviction||Basic||4||2100||1d6 S||—||1||Breakdown||ARM p.53|
|Puzzleblade, dedication||Basic||9||13700||3d6 S||—||1||Breakdown||ARM p.53|
|Puzzleblade, moderation||Basic||14||77400||7d6 S||—||1||Breakdown||ARM p.53|
|Puzzleblade, tradition||Basic||19||605000||14d6 S||—||1||Breakdown||ARM p.53|
A breakdown weapon can be taken apart into multiple small pieces. While broken down, the weapon is treated as especially small or easy to hide for the purpose of Sleight of Hand’s hide object task and can fit into spaces that can typically hold only items of light bulk (including a ysoki’s cheek pouches). It takes 1 minute to take apart or reassemble a breakdown weapon.