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Their length classifies them as a [[5e Polearm|polearm]] for the '''''{{5ed|Polearm Master}}''''' [[SRD5:Feat|feat]]'s {{srd5lc|Opportunity Attack}} {{srd5lc|Reach}} ability  (see [[Player's Handbook (5e)]] p.168).
 
Their length classifies them as a [[5e Polearm|polearm]] for the '''''{{5ed|Polearm Master}}''''' [[SRD5:Feat|feat]]'s {{srd5lc|Opportunity Attack}} {{srd5lc|Reach}} ability  (see [[Player's Handbook (5e)]] p.168).
  
The longspear is an [[5e:Exotic Weapon|Exotic Weapon]]. If you are not proficient with this (or any exotic) weapon, you use it at {{srd5lc|Disadvantage}} as well as not adding your {{srd5lc|Proficiency Bonus}}.
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The longspear is an [[5e:Exotic Weapon|Exotic Weapon]]. Being proficient with {{srd5lc|Martial Weapon}}s does <span style="font-size: 1.2em;">not</span> grant proficiency with this weapon. If you are not proficient with this exotic weapon, you may not add your {{srd5lc|Proficiency Bonus}} to {{srd5lc|Attack Roll}}s. See the ''Exotic Weapon'' article on how to gain proficiency with this weapon.
  
 
If you are both a [[SRD5:Monk|Monk]] and are proficient with this weapon, it is treated as a [[SRD5:Monk#Martial Arts|Monk Weapon]] for you.
 
If you are both a [[SRD5:Monk|Monk]] and are proficient with this weapon, it is treated as a [[SRD5:Monk#Martial Arts|Monk Weapon]] for you.
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Author: Rlyehable

Created: 2015-09-29

:A longer spear that cannot be thrown

The longspear is a longer version of the spear. Longspears are made to be flexible, allowing them to be a finesse weapon, but cannot be thrown (except as an improvised weapon).

Their length classifies them as a polearm for the Polearm Master feat's opportunity attack reach ability (see Player's Handbook (5e) p.168).

The longspear is an Exotic Weapon. Being proficient with martial weapons does not grant proficiency with this weapon. If you are not proficient with this exotic weapon, you may not add your proficiency bonus to attack rolls. See the Exotic Weapon article on how to gain proficiency with this weapon.

If you are both a Monk and are proficient with this weapon, it is treated as a Monk Weapon for you.

Longspear

Martial Melee Weapon

Name Cost Damage Weight Properties
Longspear 1 gp 1d8 piercing 4 lbs Finesse, Reach, Two-Handed, Exotic


Note: see Exotic Weapon for restrictions on this weapon




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Facts about "Longspear"
AuthorRlyehable +
Cost1 gp +
Damage1d8 +
DamageTypePiercing +
Finessetrue +
Magicfalse +
OAReachtrue +
Polearmtrue +
ProficiencyExotic +
PropertiesFinesse +, Reach + and Two-Handed +
Reachtrue +
SummaryA longer spear that cannot be thrown +
Two-Handedtrue +
TypeMelee +
Weight4 +
Date
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September 29, 2015 +