Sword of Answering (5e Equipment)

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Weapon (longsword), legendary (requires attunement by a creature with the same alignment as the sword)

In the world of Greyhawk, only 9 of these blades are known to exist. Each is patterned after the legendary sword Fragarach, which is variously translated as “Final Word.” Each of the 9 swords has its own name and alignment, and each bears a different gem in its pommel. The names of these nine are Answerer, Back talker, Concluder, Last Quip, Rebutter, Replier, Retorter, Scather and Squelcher.

Answerer, the Chaotic Good sword, has an emerald set in its pommel.(Requires Attunement by a Chaotic Good Creature)

Back Talker, the Chaotic Evil sword, has jet set in its pommel.(Requires Attunement by a Chaotic Evil Creature)

Concluder, the Lawful Neutral sword, has an amethyst set in its pommel.(Requires Attunement by a Lawful Neutral Creature)

Last Quip, the Chaotic Neutral sword, has a tourmaline set in its pommel.(Requires Attunement by a Chaotic Neutral Creature)

Rebutter, the Neutral Good sword, has a topaz set in its pommel.(Requires Attunement by a Neutral Good Creature)

Replier, the Neutral sword, has a peridot set in its pommel.(Requires Attunement by a Neutral Creature)

Retorter, the Lawful Good sword, has an aquamarine set in its pommel.(Requires Attunement by a Lawful Good Creature)

Scather, the Lawful Evil sword, has a garnet set in its pommel.(Requires Attunement by a Lawful Evil Creature)

Squelcher, the Neutral Evil sword, has a spinel set in its pommel.(Requires Attunement by a Neutral Evil Creature)

You gain a +3 bonus to attack and damage rolls made with this sword. In addition, while you hold the sword, you can use your reaction to make 1 melee attack with it against any creature in your reach that deals damage to you. You have advantage on the attack roll, and any damage dealt with this special attack ignores any damage immunity or resistance the target has.


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