She trusted that the enchantment of the blades would bond the two boys together and maintain the unity of the House. Ja'Nath was carried by the oldest son for years, but he was struck down in battle by the wielder of Alcharion see above. Linn-gar was stolen away by the younger son when he realized that he would never inherit the House's lands, and was later lost in a gambling game.
Since then, the two blades have met on the field of battle no less than four times, but no one has ever succeeded in reuniting them. Legends argue that great honor would fall on the House that brings them together again, but that the curse of the two sons would eventually bring that House to ruin.
Wielder can parry up to 5 attacks in addition to his normal action all attacks parried must be against wielder; the extra parries cannot be used against the target attacked. Terpsichore is obviously the weapon of a Bard, and a notorious one at that. Although he was used to defend the villagers of the Salle region against the minions of the Tyrant King Vergon, he was also used to assassinate the Archduke Haningar. Haningar's court bard, Tyrone Polvare, had cuckolded him months before and had conspired with the Archduchess to kill him. When the court seer attempted to warn the Archduke, Polvare killed both the seer and the Archduke on the spot, then managed to hold off the Archduke's guards long enough to escape.
He took refuge in a port city on the other side of the continent.
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However, the Archduke's vengeful men hunted him down with the help of Tisiphone see above , which had wounded him slightly in a practice bout the month before. Terpsichore was returned to the Archduke's falsely grieving widow, who gave him to the captain of the Archduke's guard in gratitude. Since then, Terpsichore has passed through many hands, and was last seen in the hands of an itinerant minstrel called Kevar Scrollen. He was believed to be one of the guard captain's descendants. Blade: Entirely bluish-black galvorn, 48". This causes the center of weight of the blade to shift towards the tip when swung.
The tip is not pointed; it forms a razor-sharp, squared end.
The blade is engraved with runes reading "Estii Terminatis. Reaver, with his blunted tip, was clearly designed to be an executioner's sword. Reaver was forged by a weaponsmith named Albion Garhand, whose weapons were known to be of excellent quality but were never known to be enchanted. During the so-called "Duke's Rebellion," Anvis, the king's high executioner, wounded Duke Esbada Morren in the defense of the castle. Morren escaped, but Anvis hunted him ruthlessly.
After Morren's death, Reaver mysteriously vanished from Anvis' scabbard. Reaver has reappeared several times since, most notably in the hands of the Paladin Tam Devarr. Devarr carried Reaver longer than anyone else on record over seventeen years. From whence Reaver's enchanted properties come remains cloaked in mystery. Reaver occasionally appears often under unusual circumstances to knights on quest and others who attempt great works against great odds.
After the task is complete, Reaver vanishes, occasionally leaving behind a mithril medallion with the image of the sword impressed upon it. Properties of these amulets appear to vary from wielder to wielder. If a critical is delivered, it inflicts bonus damage equal to the target's current non-multiplied power point total. Spell-casters attempting to wield Malaverion take "E" severity Essence and Disruption criticals each round until released. Releasing the blade requires a successful RR vs. The history of Malaverion is one of little glory and much tragedy. She was the misbegotten creation of a Drowish alchemist who was attempting to create a Cleric-slaying sword.
Instead, Malaverion slays all spell-casters, and her first victim was her creator. He died when the errant enchantments were completed, for he was unable to release the blade and was incinerated by its defenses. Malaverion was found by his apprentice, who had not yet learned any spell-casting, and was stolen from the forge. He was confronted by two Warrior Mage guardsmen, and Malaverion came alive. Both were dead in seconds. The apprentice escaped from the vault, but died shortly after at the hands of a mercenary named Brian Foricee. Foricee made the mistake of returning home with Malaverion, for he had not entirely mastered her will and his wife, the town's Healer, died spitted on its point.
Maddened by grief, Foricee fled into the city, where he killed two Lay Healers friends of his wife who had come out to check on the commotion , a priest, and the town's elderly Wizard. Foricee fled into the woods with Malaverion; he was never heard from again. Malaverion's next appearance was in the hands of a man named Brighton. He was the mayor of a small town that had been terrorized by a priest of the Unlife who had maneuvered himself into the titular position of the duchy.
Brighton confronted this "Duke" on the street and attacked him. Brighton was a truly incompetent swordsman he had never held a sword before in his life , and was cut down in moments. However, Brighton had known of the Duke's love of swords, and had the satisfaction of seeing the Duke clutch Malaverion, writhing in agony as she obliterated him, before he died. Possibly, the only truly glorious tale of Malaverion is that of a soldier who waged a bloody war against the Drow. He traveled with a group of non-spell-casting companions who forged ahead of him as he traveled, making sure that Healers, Priests, Paladins, and other unwitting spell-casters were well away from him.
He was responsible for many deaths among his Drow adversaries before Malaverion's eventual loss. She has not surfaced in the past four hundred years; she may have finally been destroyed. Editor's Note. Please post your comments on this article on the RM2 Discussion Board. Inflicts additional Heat criticals of equal severity same roll. Wielder regenerates 1 hp for every 5 hp inflicted cannot exceed normal hp totals Will: Personality: male.
Imbedded Spells: Firearmor continual. Has flames etched down both sides.
History: Atropos was forged by a forgotten smith who resided in an area plagued by ice-based creatures. Wielder can see through any level of natural or magical darkness without penalty. Will: Personality: female. Imbedded Spells: Darkness ' R at will, 10 rounds duration. Spirit Rune: Doom. Construction: Blade: Bluish high steel, 24". Pommel: White high steel, plain and round. History: The origins of Megaera are unknown. Wielder has constant AT 16 30 , without encumbrance.
Detect Undead ', continual. Holy Aura I continual. Construction: Blade: Magically hardened sterling silver, 36", chased with runes of ithildin only visible under moonlight. Hilt: Ebony with white-gold wire-wrap, 10". Pommel: Silver, set with a 2" adamant. History: Kallesta is, without a doubt, one of the most beautiful weapons ever created. Wielder has continual AT 20 unencumbering. Hilt: Mithril wire-wrap, 6", with a cross-shaped guard.
Pommel: Mithril with galvorn inlay. History: Lancer is of Dwarvish craftsmanship, and has passed through the hands of many wielders at least thirty. Alcharion Magefinger Type: Broadsword? Strikes as a broadsword, using the wielder's highest Directed Spell OB.
Wielder has continual AT 12 unencumbering. Construction: Blade: No physical blade; it appears as a 3' rod of white-hot energy when wielded. Hilt: Blue laen, 7", with mithril guard and pommel. History: Alcharion is an unusual weapon. Holy Weapon. Imbedded Spells: Air Sheath : Tisiphone travels in an extra-dimensional pocket.
Construction: Blade: Mithril alloy, 28". Hilt: Rosewood, 6", with an ornate mithril-alloy basket hilt and pommel. History: The will of Tisiphone has led more than one Witch Hunter to his doom.
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Construction: Blade both swords : White high steel, unadorned. History: The Hunters were forged originally for the Elvish lord Vanestra and his wife Lorei, and were presented to them before they led troops into a critical battle. Inflicts additional Heat and Impact criticals same severity, same roll.
Construction: Blade: Greenish-black laen, 26". Hilt: High steel, 12", with a cross-shaped guard and octagonal pommel of silver. History: Although formidable, Breitcar has traditionally done as much damage to structures as to people. Joined, one No-Dachi. Construction, Ja'nath Katana : Blade: Unadorned white eog, 28".
Hilt: White eog, 12", with black leather trim and gold guards. Construction, Linn-gar Wakizashi : Blade: Unadorned white eog, 18". Hilt: White eog, 10", with black leather trim and gold guards. Construction, Joined No-Dachi : Blade: White eog, 48", magically engraved with the house sigil of the wielder. Hilt: White eog, 14", with black leather trim and gold guards. Inflicts additional Vibration criticals of equal severity same roll.
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