In today's video I wanted to take a good look at this weapon, see what … Unless you get good rolls and can throw a 13 in STR, you will have a tough time multiclassing out of paladin so I am going straight paladin. I also took Great Weapon Fighting to reroll 1s & 2s. 2d4 slashing - special, two-handed: You gain a +1 bonus to attack and damage rolls made with this magic weapon. In English the word scimitar (/ ˈ s ɪ m ɪ t ər / or / ˈ s ɪ m ɪ t ɑːr /) refers to a backsword or sabre with a curved blade. I am playing a Shadar-kai Vengeance Paladin who wields a Double-Bladed Scimitar in a home game. So in conclusion Double Bladed Scimitar pros are +1 AC and a little more damage, and Glaive route is reach and AoO on entry. If you attack with a double-bladed scimitar as part of the Attack action on your turn, you can use a bonus action immediately after to make a melee attack with it. Cost 15 gp Weight 4 lbs. Locations it can be worn: wield Special properties: dark magic This weapon has a gold value of 10000. Plus you have a free hand for casting spells. A haft of fine wood supports a long, curving blade on either end. Shamshirs have no pommel, very narrow blades, and typically don’t taper at all until the tip. I wish I thought of battlesmith, this sounds like a great idea. With Great Weapon fighting it's 13.5 a swing. If all 4 attacks hit and you have advantage, then a PAM has a 33% chance to crit while the elven accuracy paladin has a 46% chance to crit, as well as a higher chance to hit in the first place. See damage calcs at bottom. Martial weapon, melee weapon, major tier, rare (requires attunement) 6 lb. I haven’t personally played a Paladin before but if I was to play one, this would be it and I’m slowly trying to build it. The primary reasons for going Dex is the elf +2 to dex, as well as elven accuracy not affecting Str based attacks. At this point you should have 14+2 (breastplate armor) + 1 (defense fighting style) +1 (revenant blade) for a total of 18 AC. It's definitely worth mentioning and I'll bring it up in the feats section, but I could just throw a +40 onto my build at the expense of a +1 to CHA modifier assuming all 4 attacks hit, but that would almost never be the case. While you are holding a double-bladed scimitar with two hands, you gain a +1 bonus to Armor Class. Find steed, find greater steed, and aura of vitality are obvious ones to grab, but otherwise you have tons of flexibility. I try not to include great weapon master or sharpshooter in my builds unless I have some way to offset the accuracy penalty. The regular and extra attack do 2d4 damage each, and the bonus action attack does 1d4. Only wielding the double-bladed weapon with 2 hands is … Sorcadin still better when it comes to Nova, but this one is probably best build utilizing Revenant feat + DBS. If you have 17 or more levels in the paladin class, the radius of the aura increases to 30 feet. Contra: no reaction when enemies approach, no reach. With Great Weapon fighting it's 12.8 a swing. More rolls means more chance to Crit. I would probably try it, but Sorcadins spoiled me with how many slots I have for smitting and buffs :((, New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, aid other tabletop gamers in creating memorable characters, Press J to jump to the feed. The base item can be found in Eberron: Rising from the Last War. The double-bladed scimitar (DBS) from Eberron is like dual wielding, but better. At level 8 choose elven accuracy and put the +1 in Dex. It is a level 50 slashing weapon, weight 6. The double-bladed scimitar is the signature weapon of the Valenar elves, featured primarily in the Eberron campaign. Affects hp by 40. Cookies help us deliver our Services. But a DBS is not a finesse weapon until you get Revenant Blade feat. Cost: Damage (Small) Damage (Medium) Critical: Range: Weight: Type: Special: 125 gp : 1d4/1d4 : 1d6/1d6 : 1d8-20/x2 – 15 lb. Once per long rest you can use your channel divinity to give you advantage against a boss for a minute without concentration or a save. I would go for it, especially for that odd str score. This curved sword is shorter than a longsword and longer than a shortsword. First turn average is 24/25.6 Damage. +7 to hit. The double bladed scimitar isn't Heavy, you can't use GWM. With Great Weapon fighting it's 12.8 a swing. A double-bladed scimitar has the finesse property when you wield it. The double-bladed scimitar is the signature weapon of Valenar elves. https://www.dndbeyond.com/profile/Phantomsplit/characters/12087651. The scimitars are made with great care to ensure they are as light and wieldy as possible. Slashing : Double : Bio: Valenar Double Scimitar Eberron inferno813 inferno813 2012-02-10T01:55:10Z 2012-02 … Cantrip: Probably Green Flame Blade or Blade Ward. However, RAW, Revenant Blade is limited to elves. If the damage difference is that minuscule, why bother jumping through all the hoops? Plus there has been a handful of times where I have pulled out a Longbow due to range issues. I'd put Revenant Blade ahead since it also comes with a Strength boost to round off your current score. Dnd Beyond link at level 14 https://www.dndbeyond.com/profile/Phantomsplit/characters/12087651. Comparable if not slightly better to a Crossbow Expert vhuman rogue as you do not delay your Dex progression picking up the feat. At level 2 choose Defense fighting style. Because, thanks to elven accuracy, when you get to make all 4 attacks with advantage then each will get 3 rolls having a 95% chance to crit. Hope this helps a bit. At level 4 choose revenant blade feat so you can finally use the DBS as a finesse weapon, get the extra AC, damage, +1 Dex, and +1 AC. It has been great, I rarely do base weapon damage less than 10. Only the outer edge is sharp, and the back is flat, giving the blade a triangular cross-section. Curse. Cookies help us deliver our Services. Is this accurate? Good Build. They both add +1 AC when dual wielding or using DBS as appropriate. Now your character is an elf on a mission and training to use the DBS in their free time at these early levels, while using the rapier on your adventures til level 4. Each scimitar is a masterpiece, and as a result the double-bladed scimitar is an expensive weapon (100 gp) — few though ever have the opportunity to purchase one. If your DM uses flanking rules then this is also very strong. Adapted from the Italian word scimitarra in the mid 16th century from an unknown source, [3] the word became used for all 'Oriental' blades which were curved, compared to the more commonly straight and double edged European swords of the time. While the dice are a little lower, you get an iron defender for help action (free advantage), able to give disadvantage with your doggo, faerie fire via artificer spell list, or any number of spells that help this build. If you attack with a double-bladed scimitar as part of the Attack action on your turn, you can use a bonus action immediately after to make a melee attack with it. Also it's a small thing, but if you swap to putting a 15(+2) into dex and a 14(+1) into cha then your to-hit and damage will be better for levels 4-7 which I would say is worth not getting 16 cha untill level 8. Seems odd to me to compare to two-handed weapon strength paladin without taking GWM into account, especially if you're talking about exploting at-will advantage. These flames shed bright light in a 40-foot radius and dim light for an additional 40 feet. that you want to take. Would the Dueling fighting style apply to double-blades scimitars? Going the glaive route and polearm master gets you: +6 to hit.1d10+1d6+3=12 Average Damage a swing. Revenant Blade offers slightly higher damage (4d4 vs 1d10 + 1d4) and 1 more AC while PAM offers reach and the additional opportunity for opportunity attacks. One thing I love about this build is that both of your feats also give a +1 in your main stat. More Crit means more smite damage. Vengeance paladin gives you some of the best, all-purpose combat spells you'll need. I'd also go defensive fighting style and take benefit of that AC bonus, really helps survivability in the long run more than a couple of extra damage. A paladin's "find (greater) steed" spells could also serve similar purpose, but the iron defender does scale a little better. If the player fails, the enemy rolls an additional 2D8 of damage. The best of both worlds is a PAM strength paladin because then you still have something to do on your bonus action (no need to cast multiple smite spells) and have a high enough STR to multiclass into warlock or sorc. It is the finesse melee weapon with the biggest damage dice and comes packed with a much needed bonus action attack to insure your sneak attack hits. Check my post history for other gish 5e builds. DMG p206. (2d4+5+10) x2 + 1d4+5+10 (bonus) + 3d6 (arcane weapon) = 71 DPR (I think? Do keep in mind that the glaive build catches up a little in damage whenever you decide to give your STR score that +1 some other time. I think PAM is the better feat, its much more flexible because of its possible weapons and even without the AoO very much worth in terms of damage. I just don't like eating up my bonus action because of the extra attack. Eating a bonus action to move a mark is a bit of a feelbad! Becoming attuned to it extends the curse to you. Your character had no interest in being an adventurer until some event happened in their past and they ended up with the DBS. With a straight vengeance paladin concentrating on hunter's mark/haste/holy weapon which you can hopefully concentrate on for an entire fight, there's no associated save (meaning your spell won't be wasted) and you hopefully only spend one spell the entire fight leaving more room for divine smites. I'd actually suggest Divine Favour over Hunters Mark in regular fights since you want your bonus action to be an attack and ideally you'll be killing a lot. For a Fighter or a Paladin with Great Weapon Fighting, I was able to build a graph that compared the Greatsword with it. It gets around the complicated level 1-3 problem where you can't use a DBS as a finesse weapon. But with Paldin aura being so awesome, CHA is a safe bet. • Increase your Dexterity or Strength score by 1, to a maximum of 20. 2d4+1d6+4=Average of 12.5 a swing. First turn is average of 25/27 damage.Second turn is 37.5/40.5 If you use bonus action on the extra 2d4 attack. They both give a slight boost to damage as dual wielder lets you use non-light weapons and revenant blade adds 1d4 to the bonus action attack. Double Bladed Scimitar/Revenant blade is great for any Rogue. At level 12 you'd probably want to max out dex, then at 16 and 19 max out CHA unless there are other feats like sentinel, medium armor master, magic initiate, etc. Damage is 13 to 39 (average 26). However this will delay maxing out Str, getting spell slots, and would also mean you cannot get the improved paladin aura at level 18 if you make it that far. Too much time on reddit mainpage. At level 3, choose oath of vengeance. You gain the following benefits: Increase your Strength or Dexterity by 1, to a maximum of 20. You are descended from a master of the double-blade, and some of that mastery has passed on to you. Double-Bladed Scimitar (Polymorph Blade Double-Bladed Scimitar) Greatsword (Polymorph Blade Greatsword) Longsword (Polymorph Blade Longsword) Rapier (Polymorph Blade Rapier) Scimitar (Polymorph Blade Scimitar) Shortsword (Polymorph Blade Shortsword) Sorry, this post was deleted by the person who originally posted it. Especially given Vengeance Channel Divinity. There is also a chance the enemy will pass the save, meaning the spell will have little impact. The PAM Str paladin could multiclass into battlemaster fighter for 3 levels and get a higher crit chance under similar circumstances (1-0.908 )×100٪ for a 57% crit chance. Doggo only gives advantage once per round though. Martial weapon, melee weapon, major tier, uncommon (requires attunement) 6 lb. I wish I could recommend another oath but they get haste and Vow of Enmity which are too good to pass up. Edit: One more thing I forgot to mention, I plan on taking Elven Accuracy, going the DEX route means my weapon attacks will benefit from this. The original double-bladed lightsabers devised by the original Dark Lords of the Sith Empire were of a sophisticated design, consisting of a single lightsaber mechanism with two sets of emitters, one on either end of the hilt. I arbitrarily chose level 14 to do damage comparisons on one of my builds, so I'll do the same here so I can compare them to each other. The closest, META build to this is a STR based vengeance paladin with Polearm Master (PAM). Another example, I finished DM-ing my first campaign recently. Both are great, I think I would take the double bladed route strictly because I like rolling more dice and I think they look a little cooler. An Arabian saif is what most people refer to when they use the term scimitar. Double-Bladed Scimitar of Vengeance. Exotic two-handed 1d8/1d8 weapons, like Double Axe, are suck, and really not worth spending extra feat on them. Using point buy, starting abilities would be: Usually I would not get too involved in starting equipment, and you'll obviously want to start with a DBS. The gap between weapons is wider for Weapon Master, but still Greatsword or Greataxe would be reasonable choices and Katana looks pretty good with that +12. At level 9 you get haste and at level 11 you get improved divine strike. You could take a Flame Tongue Double-Bladed Scimitar and get the 2d6 fire on your main attacks and your bonus action attack, leading to some pretty nasty DPS, especially when using Great Weapon Fighting to reroll both the base damage and the fire damage dice. By using our Services or clicking I agree, you agree to our use of cookies. One of the finest examples of such a weapon was the lightsaber of Exar Kun, which was converted from a standard lightsaber after Kun procured the schematics from a Sith holocron. In appearance, the weapon's body is a long wooden haft, wielded with both hands, and curved scimitar blades adorned at either end. I'm not going to change the build above because the end result does not change, but I completely agree with your second comment. The double-bladed scimitar (DBS) from Eberron is like dual wielding, but better. This attack deals 1d4 slashing damage on a hit, instead of 2d4. You also don't need to buy a breastplate if you do that. Flame Tongue Double-Bladed Scimitar. What are your thoughts on the introduction of the double weapon from The Wayfinders guide to Eberron? Not negligible, but I love AC more. This build could use it too at level 12. Pro: your 17 str, something different, better damage on bonus attack. Hunters Mark for levels 1-8 and Haste for 9-16. So you'll want to grab a second martial weapon such as a rapier to use til level 4, unless your DM waves the finesse complication here. A two-bladed scimitar counts as a scimitar for feats and effects that specify a particular weapon, such as Improved Critical or Weapon Focus. Edit to add: totally forgot Gwm doesn't work with double scim. • While wielding a double-bladed weapon with two hands, you gain +1 AC. You get to add your proficiency mod to bonus action attack damage without having to take two weapon fighting style. I wouldn’t think so; DBS is a two-handed weapon, and the Dueling fighting style says, “When you are wielding a melee weapon in one hand and no other weapons, you gain a … Roll20 brings pen-and-paper gameplay to your browser with features that save time and enhance your favorite parts of tabletop games. If your DM waves the elf restriction for revenant blade then there is a lot more you can do with this, but I'll keep the build compliant with RAW. Edit: As another commentor pointed out, great weapon master can't be used with DBS as it is not heavy. PAM means you can eventually go GWM, the str scote can be fixed with a belt. However this could also be used as part of your backstory. Double-Bladed Scimitar and Dueling? This means your crit chance equals (1-0.9512 )×100٪ for a whopping 46% chance to crit on one of those attacks and then throw in some divine smite damage. This basically completes the build. Edit: The PAM build could also use Great Weapon Master Feat, meaning the potential for much more damage (+40 max) at cost of accuracy and risk of doing less damage. This would also great if you have a shield master tank in your group knocking enemies prone, wolf totem barbarian, somebody with color spray spell or something similar that can give advantage. Legendary Force (Ex): At 2nd level, when wielding a valenar double scimitar, but no other weapon with the double weapon quality, neither end counts as an off-hand weapon for the purposes of damage, meaning that both ends get the full benefit of your Strength modifier and Power attack. By using our Services or clicking I agree, you agree to our use of cookies. Special. A two-bladed scimitar is a double weapon—twin, curved blades extend from either side of a central, short haft, allowing the wielder to attack with graceful but deadly flourishes. A creature using a double weapon in one hand, such as a Large creature using a Medium double scimitar, can’t use it as a double weapon. One neat thing about the Doube-Bladed Scimitar is that as a sword it qualifies for a ton of magic weapons RAW, unlike a glaive or spear. Technically the defender goes after you, meaning that if you want to get the help action advantage then nobody else could attack them for one full round until it comes back to your turn. DMG p170. But everyone does this, the feat stinks and a double bladed scimitar is much cooler, so I'd say go for it. Persian shamshirs are radically curved swords that arc the most around the mid-point of the blade. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. P.s. I really like this build, my only worry is that won’t you run out of spell slots exceptionally quickly or are you only smiting when you Crit? This sword is cursed and possessed by a vengeful spirit. You are descended from a master of the double-bladed scimitar, and some of that mastery has passed on to you. I'll go with eladrin because the build will have a high CHA, meaning you can actually use their teleport feature effectively. Especially if the dex build restricts multiclassing? A Valenar … I posted that DnD Beyond link to this character, and don't think I included a single bonus action smite spell. • While wielding a double-bladed weapon with two hands, you gain +1 AC. • A double-bladed scimitar has the finesse property when you wield it. Even with having 1-2 lower AC I find a DEX Paladin superior to STR with the Double Scimitar. I would choose eladrin or drow as elf variant due to their +1 CHA. Damage 1d4 (small), 1d6 (medium) Critical 18–20/x2 Type slashing Category one-handed Proficiency martial Weapon Group heavy blades. However you'll lose a lot of your crit potential from elven accuracy with this. I went the Dex route, picking up the revenant blade feat to have Finesse for weapon attacks along with all the other benefits. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, aid other tabletop gamers in creating memorable characters, Press J to jump to the feed. The Giant Spider enemy monster has an melee attack that causes a constitution saving throw. So more spell slots but, due to action economy, good chance of using more spells each fight. The doublesaber design was si… Hand cross bow artificer alchemist is best still then. And always acts after your turn, so the Help might go to someone else. Obviously keep HM for single enemy boss fights, but just my opinion! Should you make it this far, grab Holy Weapon for 17 and up. But doesn't Battle Smith artificer do it better? I am the front liner for our group, with a +4 DEX, Studded Leather, and the feat that gives me AC 17, a little low imo so I find myself concentrating on defensive spells. Information . From one-handed, Scimitar is a great weapon, not exotic and considerably better than boring Longsword. My build at level 14: (2d4+5)×4 [regular, extra, bonus, and haste attacks] + (1d8)×4 [improved divine smite] = 58 avg damage per turn, STR PAM Paladin at level 14 (1d10+5)×3 [regular, extra, and haste attacks] + 1d4+5 [bonus action attajck] + (1d8)×4 [improved divine smite] = 57 avg damage per turn. With Eberron now in print I'm hearing a lot about the Double Bladed Scimitar. TLDR; Revenant Blade feat + Elven Accuracy + Improved Divine Smite + Haste. Assuming you have extra attack, going the double bladed route with revenant blade feat, and just level 5, your first turn will be Bonus Action Hunters Mark, then attack twice. You gain the following benefits: • Increase your Dexterity or Strength score by 1, to a maximum of 20. Yeah, I just hate great weapon master's penalty to accuracy so I did not include it in either build. With regular attack, extra attack, and bonus action attack (2d4 each with revenant blade) this comes out to +3 damage. Higher initiative, better DEX saves vs AoE, and good Stealth to get the drop on creatures. It doesn't appear in any feeds, and anyone with a direct link to it will see a message like this one. DBS are also encouraged to be used by Valenar elves, but any class with martial proficiency can use them. So in conclusion Double Bladed Scimitar pros are +1 AC and a little more damage, and Glaive route is reach and AoO on entry. This means you have plenty of room for other utility or niche spells if you want them. What are your thoughts on the introduction of the double weapon from The Wayfinders guide to Eberron? First turn average is 24/25.6 Damage.Second turn is 33/35.1 Damage if you use bonus action on the extra 1d4 attack. A warlock/paladin or sorc/paladin generally gets more spell slots, but depending on their playstyle they may use 2-3 of them per fight for the bonus action smite spells because they have nothing better to do with their bonus action. You get to add your proficiency mod to bonus action attack damage without having to take two weapon fighting style. I'm under the impression he rolls double his normal attack damage dice AND double his Sneak Attack damage dice. math might be off). The regular and extra attack do 2d4 damage each, and the bonus action attack does 1d4. Affects damage roll by 5. Feats: Elven accuracy, Great Weapon Master. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. Scimitar, Two-Bladed. Oh well. Second turn is 33/35.1 Damage if you use bonus action on the extra 1d4 attack. Once I max DEX I might start using Hunter's Mark. You are probably not going to do the same amount of damage as if you were PAM GWM, but that's the trade off for being DEX based I suppose. Plus it's a viable dex paladin build with a high AC, while still having the ability to be stealthy if you want and not have to worry about your armor clamoring around. These spells also synergize very well with the bonus action attack a DBS gives you, and the level 11 improved divine smite. Great Weapon fighting style is the only other one that applies, and it averages out to +0.5 average damage per d4. Forged with techniques honed over centuries, these blades are strong, sharp, and remarkably light. But revenant blade also lets you add +1 to Dex or Str. There is an associated feat called revenant blade, which is similar but better than the dual wielder feat. 2d4 slashing - special, two-handed: You can use a bonus action to speak this magic sword's command word, causing flames to erupt from the blade. Plus you have a free hand for casting spells. I find myself not usually casting hunters mark in favor of Shield of Fath, Protection from Evil and Good, or using my Channel Divinity for advantage on attacks. Anyone else have good build ideas for DBS? The saif is double-edged, short, and straight with a curved tip. 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