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The Arms and Equipment Guide is an accessory for AD&D 2nd edition. It is the third book in the DMGR series.
At one time or another, every Dungeon Master faces questions like "What's the difference between banded mail and splint mail?" and "What do all these pole arms look like?" DMs and players alike will be thrilled to find answers to these and other equipment questions all in this book, the Arms and Equipment Guide. Lavishly illustrated, this book provides valuable descriptions and diagrams for a variety of armors, weapons, and barding, as well as important items of clothing and equipment. This is the essential volume for the well-equipped character!

ContentsEdit

Chapter 1 Armor
Written by Grant Boucher and illustrated by Kelly Freas, Laura Freas, Mark Nelson and Karl Waller.
Chapter 2 Equipment for mounts
Written by Jon Pickens and Troy Christensen, and illustrated by Valerie Valusek.
Chapter 3 Weapons
Written by John Terra and illustrated by Stephen Sullivan.
Chapter 4 Equipment
Written by Jon Pickens and Troy Christensen, and illustrated by Ken Frank.
Chapter 5 Clothing
Written by Scott Davis and illustrated by Ned Dameron.

IndexEdit

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ArmorEdit

Armor
Banded mailBrigandineChain mailDrow chainmailDwarven plate mailElven chainmailGnomish workman's leatherHide armorLeather armorPlate mail (Field, Full)Ring mailScale mail (Coin, Sea Elf)Splint mailStudded leather armorSpiked leather armor
Helmets
CapCoif • Closed-Face Helmet • Open-faced Helmet • Great helm
Mount Equipment
Banded bardingBardingBridleBrigandine bardingChain bardingLeather bardingPadded bardingPlate bardingRing bardingSaddleScale bardingSplint bardingStudded leather barding
Shields
Body shieldBucklerMedium shieldSmall shield

ClothingEdit

Footwear
Boots • Braies • Shoes
Jewelry
Ferronniere
Outerclothes
ApronBaladrana • Buckles • Caps • Caul • Coif • Gamash • Girdle • Gorget • Ruff • TabardTunic
Overclothes;
Pouch (Almoner, Bag, Gipser)Bandolier • Band • Breeches (Cannon)Cloak (Cassock) • Doublet • Garnache • Gloves • Hood • Hose • Liripipe • Pantaloons • Shirt • Surcoat
Underclothes
Boot hose • Chemise • Drawers

EquipmentEdit

Adventuring Equipment;
BackpackBlock and tackleCramponsClawed glovesClawed shoesFlintGrappling hookHealer's bagHousebreaker harnessLantern (Beacon, Bullseye)LockProvisionsRopeThieves' toolsWaterskinWeaponblack

WeaponsEdit

Ammunition
Arrows (Flight, Incendiary, Sheaf, Stone)BulletsDartsQuarrels
Melee, Bludgeoning;
Belaying pinClubFootman's flailHorseman's flailLucerne hammerMaceMorningstarSapQuarterstaffWarhammer
Melee, Piercing
Awl pikeCaltropDaggerFauchardGaffHalberdHarpoonJavelin • Lance • Main-Gauche • Military pick • PartisanRanseurRapierShortswordRapierSpearStilettoTridentVoulge
Melee, Slashing
Bastard swordBattle axeBroad swordCestusClaymoreCutlassFalchionGlaiveGuisarmeHandaxe • KhopeshKnifeLong swordRapierSabreScimitarShort swordSickleSpetumThrowing axe
Ranged
ArquebusBlowgunBolasBow • Bow, composite • Bow, longBow, shortCrossbow (Light and Heavy)Hand crossbowLassoNetScourgeSlingStaff slingWhip

AppendixEdit

GalleryEdit

External linksEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. Grant Boucher. Arms and Equipment Guide (2e). Dungeon Masters Guild. Retrieved on 2013-23-04.
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