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halberd

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Weapons
halberdhal‧berd /ˈhælbəd $ -ərd/ noun [countable]  PMWa type of sword that was used as a weapon in the past
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halberdTwo sentries armed with sword and halberd stood on guard.Even when the forms of such things as halberds or hoe-blades were rendered in jade they were too delicate for functional use.Any regiments may swap their spears for halberds at an additional cost of +1 point per model.An interesting feature of the jades is that they included numerous pieces in the form of halberd blades.And they do have the option of using a shield and not using the halberd.
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