Blades of Corellon
Blades of this type bear the marks of elven craftsmen, though the elves as a people are more commonly associated with smaller, more elegant weapon. Certain sects among them worship Corellon Larethian as a god of war, however and in reverence to him they let no weapon of combat go untrained. Even so, it would still be a rare occurrence for such a weapon to actually see use on an elven battlefield.
Stats- This +3 Bow Sword gives a +2 bonus to Heal and Spot
Blade of the Red Masque
With armor designed to frighten and fighting styles calculated to dazzle, the Corps of the Red Masque were an oddity on any battlefield. Incorporating eastern intimidation tactics and obscure illusion spells, they were known to have turned the tide of several battles with their appearance alone. When last seen, the entire company and all their signature equipment were traveling to the city of Sigil, a planar journey form which they have not yet returned
Stats- This +1 Double Blade will poison them for 1d2 Con damage (DC 14)
Sword of Bao
These sword were designed for an elite group of guardians meant to stand forever over the tomb of their unnamed master in a display of utter loyalty. One of these stalwart fellows would later drunkenly admit that the core of the group left before the dust had time to settle on the door. These weapons have indeed sen heroic use in their day, but not at the hands of their original owners.
Stats- These +3 Wave Sword deals an extra 1D6 fire damage
Sword of Lyons
These weapons belonged to the Lyons, a family that ruled in the early days of exploration around the Inner Sea. Patriarch Vargus created a sword for each of his many children, commanding that whosoever killed the mightiest beast with their blade would be named his successor. Daas, the weakest of the lot, immediately cut off his father’s head. He claimed, as his siblings closed around him, that it was ‘a reasonable interpretation of the rules’.
Stats- This +2 two balded sword gives a +2 to Charisma, Strength, and Persuade
Sword of Red Tiger
When he returned to his tribe, Daelan RedTiger crafted a weapon that could match his power and skill as a warrior. When he was finished, he lay besides his forge to rest, but when he awoke, instead of one sword, he found ten. Thanking the gods, he gave each weapon to the mightiest warrior of his tribe. Each of the warriors then set out on a quest to improve themselves and strengthen their tribes. So far, only a few have returned.
Stats- This +8 Bow Sword deals an extra 1D6 Cold damage and gives a +5 bonus to Discipline
The Ceremonial Blade
This Weapon bears the mark of the dwarf Marrok, Master Blacksmith of Neverwinter’s Shining Knight Arms and Armor. He forged it early in 1373 DR to aid the hero’s who sought to free his quarantined city form the virulent grasp of the so called Wailing Death. It was then used to aid the war effort against Lady Aribeth the betrayer who was then marching against the northern city of Neverwinter and the Lord’s Alliance.
Stats- This +2 Keen Bowsword deals an extra 1d6 cold damage.
Perfectly balanced and weighted, Vak’ka was designed to be the ideal weapon for both attack and defense during a duel of blades. Its light weight and double blades allow its wielder to easily counter most slashing attacks as well as deliver devastating damage against opponents.
Stats- This +1 Bowsword deals an extra 2 damage when there is a critical and gives DR/5 against slashing.