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Here is one option, but requires a feat and probably a magical weapon property So there is a feat, Versatile Unarmed Strike, which allows you to switch the damage type (Bludgeoning, Piercing, or Slashing) of your unarmed strikes as a swift action. There is no penalty associated with this, it’s just something you have to set up with the swift action. The ...


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Without Magic or Improvisation, No. If you would like swords with fencing appeal, without the longsword moniker, then use a cutlass or a saber (Forgotten Realms Campaign Setting): Cutlass: The cutlass is a short, heavy, slightly curved blade useful for both stabbing and slashing. It is popular with man)- sailors. Its heavy basket hilt gives the wiclder ...


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There is no existing way to do it in the rules. There might be ways that exist but if they do they are so obscure (splatbook feats from 3e for unarmed-strike only) that you might as well just houserule. -4 is a good basis, because that is the same penalty as using an improvised weapon. Change Weapon Damage, (Houserule) By taking a -4 to hit, you may do a ...



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