Research:War hammer (custom weapon)

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Darkened steel war hammer (custom) Despite this hammer's weight, designed to lend crushing force to a cavalryman's blow, it almost soars in the hand. The darkened steel striking face is perfectly flat, and the square neck leads back to flat shield-shaped sides and a spiked finial. At the back, a curved six-inch spike counterbalances the hammer head perfectly, and two studded straps of darkened steel protect the top of the mountain ash haft when parrying a blow.

The darkened steel war hammer is about two feet long and about nine inches wide. It is made of steel and could be used as a weapon of type mace.

Excellent (263) Bash 1 hand, 3 lb


Polished steel war hammer (custom) Despite this hammer's weight, designed to lend crushing force to a cavalryman's blow, it almost soars in the hand. The polished steel striking face is perfectly flat, and the hexagonal neck leads back to flat shield-shaped sides and a spiked finial. At the back, a curved six-inch spike counterbalances the hammer head perfectly, and two studded straps of polished steel protect the top of the oak haft when parrying a blow.

The polished steel war hammer is about two feet long and about nine inches wide. It is made of steel and could be used as a weapon of type mace.

Excellent (263) Bash Smash Crush 1 hand, 4 lb

Despite this hammer's hefty weight, designed to crush shields and crumple armour, it almost soars in the hand. The silver striking face is perfectly flat, and the round neck leads back to flat shield-shaped sides and a spiked finial. At the back, a six-inch spike counterbalances the hammer head perfectly, and two long studded straps of silver protect the top of the oak haft when parrying a blow.

LSov 4|2|-|-

footman's light silver round spike oak

Same price for applewood, ash, birch, and mountain ash. This would imply that all haft materials always cost the same amount.

Same price for curved spike, but the ornate knob went up to LSov 4|7|-|-, and the plain knob went down to LS 3|9|-|-.

Same price for square, hexagonal, and octagonal. This would imply that all neck shapes always cost the same.

Bronze price was LSov 1|6|6|-. Black iron was LSov 2|3|6|-. Iron and steel hammers have surface treatments, so they will be explored in a separate section.