+1 Magic Weapon
The most basic form of magic weapon is a superb product of the forge. Whether crafted for some fell purpose of murder and mayhem or forged to embody the highest ideals of honor and chivalry, magic weapons are the pinnacle of the smith’s craft.
Dagger of Venom
The black, obsidian blade of this weapon is serrated on one edge. Its pommel is carved to resemble two fanged serpents that twine together, their outstretched heads forming the blade’s quillon. Anyone wielding the blade notes a bitter, acrid scent from it …
Etchings along the blade’s length depict blowing, spinning leaves and leaping, twirling blades. Drawing the sword causes it to twitch and jerk, as if eager to be free of the hand holding it. Such weapons are sought by warrior mages, who are adept with …
The broad blade of this great sword is sharp near the tip and notched with defensive rills near the cross guard. An enameled shield design is blazoned at the base of the hilt, over which is inset the symbol of a gauntlet. When the blade is handled, its …
The sledge atop this warhammer is wrought to resemble a dwarf’s visage, hair streaming out to form the claw at the back. When the weapon is swung, the dwarf’s face moves as if yelling a battle cry. When giants threatened their mountain kingdoms, the …
This blade is etched with flame designs that sometimes flare as if they were real fire. It is warm to the touch. In combat, the blade roars to life. It burns like a red dragon’s tongue might, flaming scarlet and orange, and the weapon’s tip exhales a …
The blade of this long sword is constantly rimmed with frost and ice, and its hilt is wrapped in white leather. When it is drawn from its scabbard, nearby fires gutter, and a plume of condensing air steams from the weapon’s surface.
Hammer of Thunderbolts
This large, extra‐heavy maul sports a storm motif on its sledge and along the metal haft. The weapon is quite heavy, weighing about 50 pounds. When first held, the maul sparks with tiny bolts of lightning. Long ago, storm giants used these weapons to …
This long sword’s straight blade is white as alabaster, and the crossguard forms flaring angelic wings of gold. Its hilt and pommel boast symbols of law and good. Whenever the blade is drawn, the sound of a distant horn fills the air, calling warriors to …
Javelin of Lightning
This wooden javelin was carved from an ash tree that was struck by lightning. The javelin is tipped with iron, and iron wires with thunderbolt designs trace the javelin’s length. When the weapon is handled, tiny bolts of lightning leap to the wielder’s …
The straight blade of this rapier springs from an elaborately styled wire guard. While the blade can be bent into a near U-‐shape, it becomes as hard as adamantine in battle. The blade has perfect balance. Its point is so sharp that even a child could …
Mace of Disruption
This heavy mace’s handle is carved of pale hardwood inset with gold, and its head is cast from white ceramic harder than stone. When it is drawn in battle, the mace’s head glows with a clear, celestial light. These weapons are often found in the keeping …
This longbow is snow white and, despite its slender profile, exceptionally strong. When an arrow is nocked to its string, the bow whispers to its wielder in Elven, “Swift defeat to my enemies.” Oathbows are carried by elf heroes, who receive them as gifts …
This simple long sword is all but indistinguishable from an ordinary weapon. Close examination reveals faint elaborate script running the length of the blade. When a sentient creature notes the script, the creature understands the meaning of the writing. …
Staff of Charming
This length of oak has end caps of silver. Fine threads of bright light twine almost hypnotically through the grain of the wood. A person grasping this weapon feels confident in social situations and feels as if he or she can convince anyone of anything.
Staff of Striking
This sturdy staff is made of oak and lacks adornment, except for a single glyph carved near the head. When held firmly, a staff of striking causes the wielder’s hands to tingle slightly. These staffs are thought to have originated among a sect of …
Wand of Binding
This wand is actually a length of chain held rigid by the magic that infuses it. The chain is crafted from adamantine, and runes of binding and imprisonment adorn each link.
Wand of Enemy Detection
This pale wand is carved from aspen wood, capped on one end with a lens-‐shaped crystal. When the wand is held, the crystal glows faintly.
Wand of Magic Missiles
One end of this length of slender rosewood glimmers like a coal, but the gleam is cobalt blue.
Rod of Lordly Might
This metal rod resembles a mace with a flanged head at one end and six brass buttons in a row along the haft.
Rod of Absorption
This scepter-‐like rod is crafted from dark metal. If picked up, the rod vibrates in its wielder’s hand.
Horn of Blasting
This plain brass horn is badly dented, but despite the apparent damage, it is fully functional. A horn of blasting functions as a normal trumpet unless someone speaks the command word and then blows the horn. Even without the command word, the horn emits …