Tech Level: PL 6

EDF Modifier:

Description: The recipient has a retractable set of blades normally 2 or 3 blades built into his forearm or foot. The weapon extends from the prosthesis and is visible when in use.

Benefit: A spur is a specific kind of internal weapon mount available at an earlier PL and possessing some advantages over generic weapon mounts. The spur deals an amount of damage based on the recipient’s size see below; this damage can be added to an unarmed attack using that limb made by the recipient. The blades of a spur are the length of the recipient’s forearm or calf and are considered to be a weapon of the same size category as the recipient. Attempts to disarm the recipient of a spur automatically fail, and the spur itself cannot be attacked unless it is extended. Extending or retracting the weapon is a free action. Spotting a retracted spur requires a successful Spot check opposed by the recipient’s Sleight of Hand check. The recipient gains a +2 bonus on this check, but no further modifier is given for the spur’s size.

Recipient Size Spur Damage
Tiny 1d3
Small 1d4
Medium 1d6
Large 1d8
Huge 2d6
Gargantuan 2d8
Colossal 4d6

Type: Internal, external in use

Hardness/HP: 10/5

Cost: 2000

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