D&D 3e (3.0/3.5) Rules
Dragonlances are weapons of legend, dating back to the Third Dragon War, when Huma used them to fight the dread queen Takhisis. The Dragonlances were forged again during the War of the Lance, when Takhisis returned to the world.
It is said that only the combined efforts of the Silver Arm of Ergoth and the Hammer of Kharas could forge a Dragonlance, although Theros Ironfeld claimed that he had sufficient skill to not need the Hammer of Kharas.
Dragonlances are made from a silvery metal known as Dragonsilver. The heads of the lances are sharpened with a sharp edge, with barbs protruding from the sides.
A footman's lance is 8 feet long, and functions as a +1 light lance. The mounted version measures 16 feet long, and functions as a +1 heavy lance.
Dragonlances deal double damage from the back of a charging mount.
Against dragons of evil alignment, a dragonlance deals tiple damage (3d6+3/crit x3 for the light version, 3d8+3/crit x3 for the heavy version). Dragonlances also negate a dragon's damage reduction.
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