Godendag

Primary Material: Hardwood, Iron The gudentag or godendag (which means “good morning”, in a similar ironic sense as the Morgenstern or “morning star”) was a kind of two-handed spiked mace invented by the Flemish and famously used by Flemish burgher militias to literally crush the flower of French chivalry at the battle of golden spurs in 1302 AD. A godendag is a stout pole about 5’-6’ long, flaring gradually toward the end and featuring a heavy iron ring on the striking head, with a spike jutting out of the end of the haft. A very deadly, field-expedient type weapon, these are usually crude but strongly made, essentially a two-handed spiked mace, with a spike or spear-head on the end used for thrusting.

Attack Types
Weapon Size Reach Speed
Defense Base Damage All Primary AP Bonus Grapple Bonus Hardness HP
Godendag L 5 0 2 1 - 12 BP BP 2 0 6 7