Primary Material: Tempered Steel A long sword with a sharp point but no edge, having instead a diamond cross section 'blade' suitable for thrusting with no cutting edge, its secondary attack caused blunt trauma. It was used by European knights for penetrating plate armor. Similar weapons were also used in Russia where it was called a kanzer. The Italians called this weapon 'stocco' and the English called it a 'tuck'. In some manuals these also have a lethal spike on the pommel, or a pommel like a mace. Intended for use against heavy armor, this weapon was used almost exclusively for thrusting. A finger-over-the guard grip can be used to assist in point control (many examples of this weapon type have finger rings to protect the hand when using this method), and half-swording techniques were particularly appropriate and popular for this weapon.

Attack Types
Weapon Size Reach Speed
Defense Base Damage All Primary AP Bonus Grapple Bonus Hardness HP
Estoc L 5 2 3 1 - 8 BP P 0 0 14 6