If I wasn't forced to describe this in an encyclopedic matter, then boy do I have some strong language to say about this weapon. In practical terms, this is so useless when the Bat is around.
A crowbar, also called a wrecking bar, pry bar or prybar, pinch-bar, or occasionally a prise bar or prisebar, colloquially, in Britain and Australia sometimes called a jemmy (also called jemmy bar), gooseneck, or pig foot, is a tool consisting of a metal bar with a single curved end and flattened points, often with a small fissure on one or both ends for removing nails or to force apart two objects. Crowbars are commonly used to open nailed wooden crates or pry apart boards. The design can be used as any of the three lever classes. The curved end is usually used as a first-class lever, and the flat end as a second-class lever. Designs made from thick flat steel bar are often referred to as utility bars.
- The Crowbar is basically the Bat but uses up less energy but causes less damage too.
- The Crowbar can break doors, planks, and windows.
- The Crowbar is probably the rarest melee weapon seen among the survivors even more so than Tinpot due to the fact the Bat is probably the better option.
- This is the only non-event melee not to be re-added to R2DA.