this blade apears in shape a long sword though it shifts with glacieral coulors.
logical thinking the wielder will even beserker in the thick of battle will think with an ice like logic and calm.
has a very potent affect on fire elamentals ,fire dragons, fire undead, fire demons and pyromancers.
it can in winter summon a horde ice demons but all but an esteemed ice magus will die thus causing the demons to vanish.
in winter it can animate contructs of ice and snow only an ice mage can do this. Go to Comment
my first character was déantóir ifreann my friends thought it was a dumb name then I told them it meant hell maker in irish a human who was from a place kinda like ireland he had red hair and was covered in red fire tattoos he was a clam pyromancer he had a enchanted axe made of inferno stone blade with a fire bear's shin bone for a shaft I think he had a fire drake as a mount and pet he had a phoenix feather cloak, salamander skin boots and gloves volcano lion fur tunic and leggings yes I know he had fire everything but the gm said we had to choose a element and all a our equipment and our secondary class had to have something to do with it as well.
his notable deeds was retrieving the gem that had all arcane magic you like necromancy sorcery summoning demon magic basically any magic that didn't have something to do with nature.
he ended up moving back to his clan's home which was his battle cry it was dhó cnoc and becoming chief. Go to Comment
War of the Roses as a campaign plot. Two noble lines converge somehow, each line thinks it has the rightful claim to the throne. Deciding this long ago was handled by some divine intervention, requiring both houses to come together at some point. They aren't so willing to get together this time. Civil war, or a new king?