Steal My Idea: Witch-Knight Vincal’s Magic Seeking Halberd: Slayer of the Wise

Witch-Knight Vincal’s Magic Seeking Halberd: Slayer of the Wise

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Spells leave a mark on the objects they enchant and the people they inhabit. With certain spells, mages can even see the magical auras of spells as they affect both people and objects. Vincal didn’t simply want to see magic, she wanted to target it. Thus, she enchanted her halberd with a unique ability: honing in on magical auras. Continue reading “Steal My Idea: Witch-Knight Vincal’s Magic Seeking Halberd: Slayer of the Wise”

Steal My Idea: 3 Non-Magical Items Worth Having

I love non-magical items and weapons that are more involved, interesting, functional, or useful than a typical item of the same type. There are a lot of cultures, religions, and people in RPG settings that willingly avoid using magical items for a variety of reasons. There are also those who just can’t afford magical items and have to make something that gives them an edge without using magic. And then there are people who want to use non-standard items and eventually enchant them to make them even more powerful. For those looking for unique weapons, here’s three you can steal. Continue reading “Steal My Idea: 3 Non-Magical Items Worth Having”

Steal My Idea: Mr. Gobbs, the Goblin Weaselmancer

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Sometimes you make a character for the sole purpose of being a joke. A dwarf bard. A flesh golem paladin. A ranger/rouge/gunslinger/fighter/wizard/barbarian. A character that is enjoyable to play but isn’t meant to excel at anything or even be particularly useful. But sometimes, despite a lack of planning, lady luck shrugs her shoulders and gives you an edge, and that character becomes an actual benefit to the party rather than a liability. Continue reading “Steal My Idea: Mr. Gobbs, the Goblin Weaselmancer”

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