Blade of the Moon (5e Equipment)

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weapon (longsword), artifact (requires attunement)

This sword was created by the paladins of Lunum, the moon god. This sword was created to fight the swarms of werewovles that were destroying the land. This sword has a gem in it's pummel that is clear, round, and glows in reflection to the phases of the moon. The blade itself is silver and glows with the light of the moon. The sword deals the damage of any longsword, but with an additional 2d6 radiant damage. An attack made against any creature affected with the curse of lycanthropy has advantage, and if it hits it is automatically a critical hit. The sword has 5 charges. A charge can be used to do one of 2 things

-identify all creatures with the curse of lycanthropy within 50ft of you

-to cure 1 willing creature of it's lycanthropic curse

The sword regains all charges at each moon rise. The sword is powerless on moonless nights. All evil creatures with the curse of lycanthropy that see you with this sword will be openly hostile against you and those in your immediate party.

silvered: The Blade of the Moon is silvered

  • 2 minor beneficial properties
  • 1 major beneficial property

Destroying the Blade of the Moon. The sword can only be destroyed by a dark ritual which can only take place on a moonless night. The ritual involves sprinkling the blood of 3 willing creatures with any type of lycanthropy on the blade while muttering some dark words. The blade can then be melted down in a fire. (if this process is stopped before the blade is melted down, the blade can be restored by being blessed by a priest of the moon god.)

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