Tomahawk

Primary Materials: Hardwood, Iron A tomahawk is a type of hand axe, made with a hammer head on one side and a small, narrow cutting blade on the other. Weapons of this type were used in Europe from the Middle Ages through colonial times, where they found new life in the Americas, and great popularity with Native American tribes who already had a similar weapon (see Tomahawk, Stone). Tomahawk hafts tend to be long and slender, made of strong hickory, ash or oak, often at least partly protected by iron langets. Due to the narrow axe blade and hammer head, tomahawks are effective against light armour. ‘Hawks are balanced for throwing as well as striking, and are useful in defence as well as offence, their hooked blades can be used for catching, tripping and disarming. They were commonly wielded as an off-hand weapon with a dagger or sword. Though designed as a weapon it is also a useful tool. Some were hollowed out and made into ‘peace’ pipes for smoking tobacco. There is a very

Attack Types
Weapon Size Reach Speed
Defense Base Damage All Primary AP Bonus Grapple Bonus Hardness HP
Tomahawk S 2 4 2 1 - 6 CB CB 0 2 7 4