However elvish these knives look, you’d better think twice before letting one see them. They were actually crafted for a notoriously lazy human noble who counted hunting among his many dilettante pursuits. Tracking animals through the woods or flushing birds out of the underbrush was such a chore, though. The solution, as was obvious to […]
A 18th century German “hunting hanger” with a 10mm flintlock on one side of the blade. Wooden handle covered in fish skin & an ornately engraved brass nut holding it together.
Clerical multitool. When Channel Divinity fails, there’s still shivving.
The folding shiv of the murderous cultists of the Scorpion God.