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Javelin 5e cost in dnd
Javelin in 5e is a Simple Melee Weapon. The following table will explain the cost of Javelin 5e. Proficiency by a javelin enables you to append your proficiency bonus to the attack roll for each strike you execute with it.
|Name||Javelin 5e Cost||Weight|
|Javelin||5 sp||2 lbs|
Javelin of Lightning 5e
This Javelin is a Magic Weapon. When you fling it and speak its Command Word, it transmutes into a bolt of lightning, creating a line 5 feet wide stretching from you to a target inside 120 ft. Every creature in the series excluding you. Furthermore, the target must gain a DC 13 Dexterity saving throw, exerting 4d6 lightning damage on every failed save, and half as many damages on a triumphant one.
|Simple Javelin||Melee weapon|
The Lightning Bolt 5e
The Lighting Bolt turns back into a weapon when it touches the target. Produce a ranged weapon attack upon the target. Therefore, on a hit, the target will take damage from the 5e Javelin plus 4d6 lightning damage. You can not use the properties of Javelin again until the next dawn. In the meantime, the Javelin can still be helpful as a Magic Weapon.
Javelin 5e Cost
Is a javelin 5e finesse weapon?
Ranged weapons in dnd with the finesse and thrown properties use either Strength or Dexterity like a dart. Melee weapons with the thrown property only use Strength: Javelin, Light hammer, Hand axe, Spear & Trident. Melee weapons that have the thrown and finesse property use either Strength or Dexterity like a Dagger.
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