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A cylindrical, pearl-white shell with two conic peaks on either side.
Sandblaster Shells are grenade-like thrown weapons. When thrown, the shell explodes in a burst of molten glass. Those hit directly by a sandblaster shell take 1d6 points of fire damage on the first turn, 1d6 points of fire damage on the second turn, and 1d6 points of slashing damage on the third turn as the glass solidifies and breaks.
Those splashed by the weapon take 1 point of fire damage on the first turn, and 1 point of slashing damage on the second turn.
Sandblaster Shells are carefully harvested from sandblaster beetles. The shell is magical in nature, and its magic continues independantly of the beetle when the shell is removed, so the glass that a sandblaster has stored in its shell remains molten for an indefinite amount of time after the shell has been removed. This makes them useful as thrown weapons, though lately they have also gained popularity as a means for glassworkers to carry around raw materials.