New Magic Item – Flare Stars

20 June, 2012

Siriavra, agent of the Light, whispered a prayer as she slide down the silk rope.  The cultist were pursuing her and she need to escape from the compound before they were able to seal it.  A robed cultist stepped into her way, she dodged left but he was already turning toward her.  She send three flare stars spinning toward him, they struck and fulminated into light and fury.

Shiny Throwing StarsThe cried of the temporary blinded cultist would bring others, but he would not be able to show them which way she had gone.  Siriavra had a lead on them, she knew she must not lose it as she dashed away.

Flare Star

These metal throwing stars, usually five-pointed, are highly polished and occasionally have gold foil applied to them.

They are +1 shuriken that fulminated in a bright flash upon impact causing an additional 1d4 points of either electrical or fire damage (as set when the shuriken was created) and the target must make a Reflex save (DC 14) or be dazzled for 2d4 rounds.  On a critical hit, the save DC becomes 17 and on a failed save the target is blinded for 1 round and then dazzled for 2d6 rounds afterward.

Aura faint evocation; CL 5th
Slot none; Price 176; Weight .1 lb
Construction Requirements
Craft Arms and Armor, burning hands, flare, shocking grasp; Cost 85 + 6 for the shuriken

Notes: Photo by Blowgun at fr.wikipedia [GFDL or CC-BY-SA-3.0], from Wikimedia Commons.

Sorry, I had meant to get this up yesterday but life.

One comment

  1. I know some players back in the day who would have loved these. Who knows, I still might/

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