Daggers were short, two-sided blades used for stabbing and thrusting. They were not as long as a short sword, but were larger than a common knife. Daggers were also easily thrown as improvised ranged weapons and were excellent for use in an off-hand for those who preferred dual-wielding melee weapons. Sometimes, they were also sometimes used as implements by sorcerers.
- Daggers were often considered favored weapons for a wide variety of deities. This included Deneir, Gargauth, Savras, Isis, Kiaransalee, Lolth, Abbathor, Fenmarel Mestarine, Baravar Cloakshadow, and Brandobaris.
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