OGC:The Proclaimer (5e Equipment)
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This firearm is dedicated to and blessed by a particular deity. You gain a +2 on attack and damage rolls made with this magic weapon (the Proclaimer automatically misfires if an unattuned creature tries to use it). When you hit an undead with it, you do an extra 2d8 radiant damage.
The Proclaimer also has 7 charges. If you are a cleric dedicated to that deity (or on otherwise friendly terms if not worshiping that particular deity), then you may expend one of the charges when making a ranged attack with the Proclaimer against an undead creature. If the bullet hits, then in addition to the ammunition’s normal damage that creature and all undead within 30 feet of it are affected as if you had used your Channel Divinity: Turn Undead class feature (this does not count as a use of your Channel Divinity).
The Proclaimer regains 1d6 + 1 charges daily at dawn. If you expend the last charge, roll a d20. On a 1, the Proclaimer loses its magic. You must perform some service for your deity in order to be deemed worthy to have the Proclaimer restored.