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hilt of conjuring 
17th-Jun-2005 08:57 am
I need the stats for a hilt of conjuring in 3.5Ed. Which I can't seem to find in any of my books. I'll need the gold peice value and function. I think this would be cool for my changeling.
17th-Jun-2005 08:56 pm (UTC)
I don't think that this item was statted in D&D 3rd Edition. Are you referring to this item?

Hilt of Conjuring
This Brass hilt has no normal blade, it's blade is conjured by command (the command word can sometimes be found etched on the base of the hilt). When the command word is spoken the wielder must mentally envision the desired blade type and material, which will then magically appear on the hilt till the command word is once again spoken to cause the blade to vanish. The desired blade can be of any non-magical material, iron, steel, copper, gold, stone, etc... possibly at the dm's approval it could also be non-magical ice, fire, lava, possibly even gas should such a thing be desired. The form of the blade can be of any hilted weapon, sword, dagger, possibly even a mace or morning star (allow imaginative uses). Should the blade be broken in some way (accidental or intentional) the blade will vanish and the hilt will remain until used again.
17th-Jun-2005 10:55 pm (UTC) - yes, that's it!
So I guess I need a cost....
18th-Jun-2005 01:42 am (UTC)
Wait . . . adamantine isn't magical
24th-Jun-2005 06:00 am (UTC)
Yeah, neither is mithril... Hmmm... Very interesting. And if it makes non-magical lava, how does the lava (or any liquid or gas, for that matter) stay in blade form? I mean, if it's nonmagical, wouldn't it just fall off or dissipate? Egh, ok, so it's picky. Cool item, though.
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