The Good Samaritan (3.5e Equipment)

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The Samaritan: The Samaritan is an oversized, uniquely large caliber four-round revolver. It fires its custom-made bullets with adequate power to easily penetrate virtually any material. The gun itself has unearthly resistance to almost all forms of attack, and includes grips carved from fragments of the True Cross. The metal of the gun is forged from a combination of Irish church bells, cold iron from crucifixes, blessed silver, and other mystic metals. This weapon is good-aligned and thus bypasses the corresponding damage reduction. When a weapon this weapon hits a Target with evil or is Evil Aligned, this power erupts forth and deals +3d6 points of bonus holy (good) damage to the target, and the target gains one negative level (Fortitude DC 23 to remove 24 hours later). On a successful critical hit it instead deals +12d6 and four negative levels.

This weapon may be fired 4 times before reloading. These rounds, custom-made are tipped with explosive shells that contain white oak, holy water, garlic, and silver shavings. These ingredients, each bearing a folkloric power to impede evil and/or specific monsters (e.g. vampires, werewolves, witches, etc.), have the potential to injure many foes. Each round amounts to 15 gp each, and is quite heavy.

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