damage that receives a weapon to make a parry
When a stop with a weapon, it takes damage?
And if he decides to attack an opponent's weapon, can only be done when you get a special effect?
What you put into the book on page 123:
"Using a weapon against an inanimate Object with Armour Points equal to or greater than Those of the weapon deals damage to Both the object and the weapon. For instance, using an ax on an anvil may damage the anvil, but the ax itself will be destroyed long before the anvil is. The Games Master Should exercise discretion on weapons or tools Which Can Affect Which objects. a chisel, for example, is designed to carve wood Explicitly or stone Whilst a sword, sharp Whilst, is not. The chisel would THEREFORE not take damage from something it is attempting to carve a sword Whereas Most Likely would .. "
Are the weapons are damaged by hitting?
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