|Flames of Chaos|
Apologies in advance if this is already addressed somewhere, but the topic is coming up with so many results that don't relate beyond "Quick draw's a thing" it's insane... *grumbles about broad search parameters*.
So my question is this: I know you can *draw* weapons as a free action with QD, but can you *STOW* those weapons as a free action? I'm wondering because of a fighter I'm playing who relies on throwing axes for his ranged option, and fights in melee with falcata/buckler ala Buckler Duelist/Rondelero Fighter. Would be good to know for optimal battle preparations mid-combat. (Many frigging flying enemies keep surprising the party with that ability and it's frankly getting on both my and my fighter's nerves; would be good to be able to switch and still have full attacks - Jade Regent is a full-on B***H.)
Thanks in advance for any help!
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There is a quick stow feat, however its not as good as you want it to be.
Quickdraw Light Steel Shield is close, as you can stow it as a free action with quickdraw, but its not a buckler.
I'll have to look some more because I think there are a few other options.
Falcata, buckler, throwing axes, quickdraw. You are set already, lemme explain: buckler hand is "free", so can draw and throw axes (with a -1 to hit and losing the buckler bonus, but doable). Or you can put your falcata in your buckler hand as a free action, throw axes with your totally empty hand, and then switch your falcata back to your 'falcata' hand (some GMs may balk at the number of free actions there.)
|Flames of Chaos|
You don't need to stow anything, so it doesn't matter.
1) Switch your falcata to the buckler hand as a free action.
2) Quickdraw and attack with axes as needed
3) Switch your falcata from the buckler hand as a free action.
Two handed weapons work almost the same way.
After the fight you need to collect all the thrown axes.