|“||Its composition was something like copper, but much harder, and it was carved with hieroglyphics, like those found on the more ancient menhirs in southern Stygia.||„|
|~ The God in the Bowl|
Historians link the rise and eventual fall of the Khari empire to its dominion over the slave trade. In fact, it's believed the Khari gained their reputation as master crafters through the careful theft and assimilation of knowledge held by those they enslaved.
When the inevitable occurred and slave turned against master, Khari survivors fled west to the desert where they encountered the last remaining vestiges of the serpent people. As devout worshippers of Set, the Khari venerated the serpent folk as living scions of their beloved reptile God and laid the foundations for the kingdom that would later be known as Stygia. What finally befell the Khari and their scaled patrons is lost to time.
Mauls and warhammers are slow to swing and leave their user vulnerable to counterattack, but when they connect they are brutally effective. Armored foes are particularly vulnerable to these massive blunt weapons which break bones, shatter skulls and crush spines.
|Improved Blacksmith's Bench, Campaign Blacksmith's Bench, |
Garrison Blacksmith's Bench
|1 Weapon Handle
20 Khari Steel
|1 Khari Hammer||1 min||86|
This item can be repaired with a Legendary Weapon Repair Kit.