Shadowstabber (3.5e Equipment)

From D&D Wiki

Jump to: navigation, search
600px-Ambox wikify.svg.png This page is not formatted correctly. Reason: Needs to use a template, categories are incorrect.

You can help D&D Wiki by improving the formatting on this page. When the formatting has been changed so that this template is no longer applicable please remove this template. If you do not understand D&D Wiki's formatting standards please leave comments on this page's talk page before making any edits.
Edit this Page | All pages needing formatting help

The kukri, Shadowstabber, was created for Ivelliust (a bandit elf from my campaign) by military leaders of Crystallia (an island from my campaign) because of his outstanding performance on a strike force. This is of a set of two weapons that once aquired deal more magical properties.

The Shadowstabber adds +2d6 sneak attack/suddenstrike damage due to the Ambush (Book of Roguish Luck) and the Deadly Precision (Magic Item Compendium) abilities. It also adds +1d6 damage to living (which is healed to the weilder) due to the Vampiric effect (MIC). The critical range is doubled(16-20/X2) for this weapon due to the keen effect (Dungeon Master's Guide). Once per day the weilder can attack from a shadow, adding a five foot range and catching the target flat-footed(thus dealing the extra sneak attack/suddenstrike damage), due to the Shadowstrike ability (MIC). The weapon also adds 1d6 acid damage and takes a -1 penalty to the opponents AC for the next round due to the Greater Acid Assult Augmentation Crystal.

Shadowstabber (Kukri - Market Value 43,308gp) [+2d6 Sneak Attack, +1d6 vs. living creature (extra damage dealt is healed), +1d6 Acid Damage (-1 AC next round on a hit), Double critical range, Once per day you strike from your shadow (+5 ft range, enemy denied dex bonus)][ Ambush, Deadly Precision, Vampiric, Shadow Strike, Keen, Greater Acid Assault Crystal]

Back to Main PageDungeons and DragonsEquipmentWeapons

Personal tools
Home of user-generated,
homebrew, pages!
admin area
Terms and Conditions for Non-Human Visitors