Cut-Thrust Sword

Primary Material: Tempered Steel Also sometimes called 'transitional' swords, “cut-thrust” sword is a modern term used to describe a type of military weapon which had become somewhat more specialized than the original arming sword or single sword. In period all of these were typically just called ‘swords’. Typical cut-thrust sword are often Oakeshott types XV and XVIII. The blade is tapered rather than parallel edged, coming to an acute point, and of flattened diamond or hexagonal cross section, sometimes with a central ridge running down the center of each face to further stiffen the blade. Several historical weapons fall into this category, including the Spanish 'espada ropera', the French 'espadon', and the 'spada filo' of the Italian Renaissance masters. The 'spada da lato' (sidesword) was also considered a development of the cut-and-thrust sword (see Sidesword).

Attack Types
Weapon Size Reach Speed
Defense Base Damage All Primary AP Bonus Grapple Bonus Hardness HP
Cut-Thrust Sword M 3 3 4 1 - 8 SCP P 1 0 11 3