Melee Weapons

A list of melee weapons used by IU and TM soldiers

Gezan Combat Knife

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Users: GII

The Gezan Combat Knife is a one-handed combat knife with a kink in the blade used for slashing and stabbing. The knife is produced officially by the Gezan Military and is used commonly by Gezan troops. The weapon is 7.1 in long, with the blade being made of stainless steel and the grip being made of wood. The kink in the weapon’s blade is designed to cause extra damage when stabbing with the weapon. Official Gezan training dictates that the weapon should be held in a reversed position (with the blade pointing downward when the weapon is held at arms length) and an optional strike with the weapon is described as a forehand cut across the throat followed by a backhand stab to the temple.

Gezan Trench Mace

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Users: GII

The Gezan Trench Mace is a one-handed spiked club used for bludgeoning. The Mace is produced officially by the Gezan Military and is used most often by Assault troops. The weapon is 1 ft 5 in long, with the body being made of solid aluminum or solid wood and the spikes being made of steel or iron. The spikes of the weapon are designed to increase damage done by the weapon as well as to puncture helmets and thin armor. Similar maces are often improvised by Gezan soldiers, often using nails driven through a tree branch or tool handle.

Gezan Machete

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Users: GII, Noritly

The Gezan Machete is a one-handed broad blade knife used for slashing and stabbing. The weapon is officially produced by the Gezan Military and is used by Gezan troops but more commonly by Noritlian troops. The weapon is 1 ft 7 in long with the blade being made of stainless steel and the handle being made of wood. The serrated portion of the blade is used for sawing, either though plants and branches or through bones. The weapon gets its alternator name (Officer’s Machete) from the disbanded Gezan Officer units who used to carry them.

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