The Blade of Reproach was created by the great human evoker, battlemage and in later years, court wizard of Gressen, Goaleth Tet.
After the banishment of Ruin, Goaleth is said to have returned to his birthplace, the mountain lake town of Mountain Cove in the far northwest of Sul-el to retire. Goaleth lived there for many months in happiness and peace with his wife and daughters, away from the troubles and rebuilding after Ruin’s destruction. Mountain Cove was largely untouched by the destruction of the rest of Sul-el’s great cities suffered.
That is until one night a roving band of trolls and goblins, loyal to Ruin, and unaware that the war had been over for nearly a year, attacked the town. His family, and many others died as the town was set to fire by the evil company. In a fit of wrath Goaleth, grabbed his greatsword Reproach, and set out alone to exact his revenge on the trolls, but he was never heard from again.
The blade is impossibly light for a greatsword. Can be used one handed by if wielder has a strength of 17 or higher.
- +3 weapon
- 2d6 + 3 slashing damage
- 1d6 magical damage
- 1 action surge per encounter. This stacks with another action surge.
On crit – 3 times damage
- Command word “Fly” acts as a flying weapon. Command as bonus action to attack or move, but not both. Does not count for flanking advantage.
Range 60 feet from wielder. Can move 20 feet per round.
Martial weapon proficiency requirement ignored.
- Cast Banishment at 9th level – DC 25. Instead of targeting multiple creatures, the spell banishes the target permanently to the Abyssal plane. Must be able to cast 9th level wizard spells.