Areadbhar (5e Equipment)

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Weapon (spear), artifact (requires attunement) Areadbhar is a magical weapon forged ages ago. It's creator is unknown, but it is sometimes known as "The Slaughterer". It thirsts for blood and souls, feasting on the user's soul if it is not tempered with enough death.
Random Properties. The Areadbhar has the following random properties:
  • 2 minor beneficial properties
  • 1 major beneficial property
  • 2 minor detrimental properties

Magic Weapon. Areadbhar is a magic weapon that grants a +3 bonus to attack and damage rolls made with it.
Devour Soul. Whenever you use it to reduce a creature to 0 hit points, the spear slays the creature and devours its soul, unless it is a construct or an undead. A creature whose soul has been devoured by Areadbhar can be restored to life only by a wish spell.
When it devours a soul, Areadbhar grants you temporary hit points equal to the slain creature's hit point maximum. These hit points fade after 24 hours. As long as these temporary hit points last and you keep Areadbhar in your hand, you have advantage on attack rolls, saving throws, and ability checks.
If you die while attuned to Areadbhar, the spear devours your soul.

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