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Yes, there are rules for oversized weapons. Maybe your character can wield it, but he cannot wield it like he would be able to wield a normal sized weapon The 5th edition DMG does have rules for oversized weapons. They can be found on page 278. The important bits are that you double the damage dice for large, triple for huge, and quadruple for gargantuan ...


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No, there are no weapon size rules in 5e beyond Heavy weapons being off limits to size small races. There is no feature like that in the Elemental Evil Players Companion entry for the Goliath race. Powerful Build only applies to carrying capacity and the weight limits for moving things around (push, drag, or lift). There are no rules for weapon size in ...


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No, there are no rules for using the skill Craft to resize a weapon... The skill Craft has specific applications, and resizing a weapon isn't one of them. The DM must fabricate rules for doing this if the DM wants this to be an option in the campaign. ... But a mutable legacy item can be founded for a weapon of legacy Full Moon's Trick's wielder can ask ...


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A 4' 10" dwarf and a 6' 3" human are both technically "medium" creatures, yet there is no penalty if one wants to pass a set of full plate to the other. It's a very short step from there to the common house rule that enchanted gear resizes itself to fit the wearer. Because magic. If you really want to make item size a thing in your game, a magical forge or ...


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Well, According to the Pathfinder SRD: Inappropriately Sized Weapons: A creature can't make optimum use of a weapon that isn't properly sized for it. A cumulative –2 penalty applies on attack rolls for each size category of difference between the size of its intended wielder and the size of its actual wielder. If the creature isn't proficient with the ...



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