I think that you did a great job here, and your not hurting anyone by typing a lot your only helping further, and if people do not want to read all of it, they don't have to. Anyway, catacombs are always a nice dungeon to have. Go to Comment
hmmm, I have some questions. First of all, how would the sword know that the wielder is a magic user. second, about the history, i think that the local cleric, blacksmith, and magician is a little bland. Also, i dont quite get how a sword forged from magic could possibly be "anti magic". other than that, it is a pretty good magic item that i would use, except for the fact that a game would be quite boring without magical enchantments, + the idea of a wielder being immune to all magic directed his way seems a bit too powerful to me. Go to Comment
If thrown into a moat or a ditch, they react with water to make an area of ground a foot wide and solid enough to walk on rise from the bottom. If eaten-well, the body of the one who ate one of them is a real mess. Used to storm moats and forge rivers, streams and ditches. Must be kept dry until used.