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100 Polearms is a finely crafted list of mostly historically accurate and verisimilitudinous polearms collected by our semi-professional Poles. Perfect for outfitting the royal guard, filling up a treasure hoard, or picking what your next character is going to wield. 5 pages of polearms! Thats a lot!
23. Nangsun (Korean): a multipletipped bamboo spear. It was about 25 feet long. About half of it was blades and the other half was just the handle of the spear. It was designed to deceive enemies into thinking it was a tree, and its blades were often poisoned.
83. Voulge-Guisarmes: As Voulge, except with a hook on the backside of the blade.
89. Assegai, Assagai (African): a pole weapon used for throwing or hurling, usually a light spear or javelin made of wood and pointed with iron. The Zulu and other Nguni tribes of South Africa were renowned for their use of the assegai. Shaka of the Zulu invented a shorter-style assegai, known as the iklwa or ixwa, for the sound that was heard as it was withdrawn from the victim’s
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