The reason the Quicksilver was listed under magic is because I felt it was an interesting way to add the pluses to the warhammer. I purposely left the exact number bonus vague to allow DM leeway. Go to Comment
Okay. I'll work on some more background about the Dwarves end of the war. It'll give me something to think about at work.
Now as to the reason for the warhammers instead of the same old same old for the Elves. I like the 2E rules for clerics, whom these hammers were made for, stating that clerics can't use edged weapons. bludgeoning weapons were all they were allowed to use.
Now that you have the reason, I think I got the point of the comment. I need to put all that in the submission . OK. More head work. Go to Comment
By late afternoon, the sky starts to cloud over. The sun shines behind the fluffy clouds, gilding the edges and showing a Jacob's-ladder of rays streaming through the gaps...very pretty. Gradually the clouds shift into a new configuration: you realize with awe-struck, preternatural clarity that the clouds form a map of a coast-line that you know against the blue sky as ocean: surely it's a Sign! Suddenly, the golden beams coalesce into one long ray that strikes across the blue. A star-like gleam flashes under the ray: perhaps it is an island? But the charts show no island there...who would want to hide an island? Who could do it?