Conjetium (3.5e Equipment)
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More commonly known as blood steel or "demon rust", Conjetium is most easily recognized for its signature red sheen and the odd, sharp smell that accompanies it. Conjetium is highly regarded for its pseudo-magical properties and incredible resilience to adverse conditions. Conjetium is incredibly rare and only ever found in small portions, and therefore few people have the knowledge of how to properly forge it into armor or weaponry.
Weapons and ammunition made from conjectium count as being magic, silver, and adamantine for the purpose of overcoming damage reduction, since it seems to imitate magic and both types of metal, strangely enough, The weapon will also give off a faint magical aura that can be detected through the use of a detect magic spell. The craft DC of any craft check made to make a weapon out of conjetium is increased by 5.
Armor and shields made from conjectium grant the wearer energy resistance 10 to all types of energy and give off a faint magical aura that can be detected through the use of a detect magic spell. The craft DC of any craft check made to make a piece of armor out of conjetium is increased by 10.
Only items that can be made out of metal can be made out of conjetium.
Conjetium has 24 hit points per inch of thickness and a hardness of 12.
|Type of Conjetium Item||Item Cost Modifier|
|Light armor||+4,000 gp|
|Medium armor||+8,000 gp|
|Heavy armor||+12,000 gp|