Axe of the Artic Defender (3.5e Equipment)

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This Article Adopted By
Dersius
Date Adopted: 30 April 2009
Status: Brainstormin'


Battleaxe of the Arctic Defender
Critical: 19-20/x3
Range Increment: -
Type: Slashing
Hardness: 25
Size Cost1 Damage Weight1 hp
Fine * - * 1
Diminutive * - * 3
Tiny * - * 6
Small - - - 12
Medium - - - 25
Large Priceless 2d6+5 slashing 10 pounds 50
Huge * - * 100
Gargantuan * - * 200
Colossal * - * 400
  1. The SRD only gives a means to determine costs and weights of weapons for Large and Small versions based on the Medium weapons. Any other supplied values are the author's best determination.

A +5 keen icy burst vorpal battleaxe forged by master dwarven and poladar blacksmiths and blessed by a great sorcerer, it was made for a poladar chief, this weapon is, for the benefit of overcoming damage reduction magical, and chaotic. This battleaxe is one of a kind and is passed down from chief to chief of the poladar and cannot be bought for any amount of money (thus making it priceless). In the hands of a non-poladar, this weapon becomes a +4 keen icy burst, as the sorcerer keyed this weapon to respond to the hands of a poladar more than any other being.

This item can raise it's wielder's strength score by 4 points for 1d6 rounds twice a day, but only if the wielder is a poladar.



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