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The Warrior's Thorn

A rose by any other name would still have thorns

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The Warrior's Thorn

This silver mesh glove appears to be quite ancient. It has no markings or designs to show who created it. The glove when commanded will cause a mist to form around it. The mist solidifies into any weapon the wielder desires, from a dagger to a heavy lance. The weapon will be completely silver and hold a +2 to hit and damage (double damage against undead). Since it creates metal weapons only, it will not create a bow, crossbow, sling, etc. If the weapon is knocked out of the glove or dropped, it turns back into mist and reappears in the glove (2 segs). Thus, the weapon created can not be used as a thrown weapon but most fumble rolls can be ignored.

Thanks to Roger Briant for this contribution!


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