Roundel Dagger

Primary Material: Steel A specialized thrusting dagger, very popular with the knightly class throughout the middle ages. It was characterized by a narrow, often triangular or diamond shaped blade, sometimes strengthened with a reinforcing rib, and parallel disk shaped guard and pommel called a rondel or roundel. Rondel daggers were very popular auxiliary sidearms for knights, soldiers, and men at arms in the Medieval to Renaissance period. Used to pierce through mail or the weaker joints between armor, this strongly made dagger is a very effective armor piercing weapon, being stiff and narrow for good penetration. The roundel dagger could also be used in the left hand for defensive purposes (see Main Gauche MF). Typical dimensions: Length 16", blade 12", Weight 1 lb

Attack Types
Weapon Size Reach Speed
Defense Base Damage All Primary AP Bonus Grapple Bonus Hardness HP
Roundel Dagger S 1 5 1 1 - 6 P P 4 0 12 4