My biggest problem with this is that suggestions have been made to improve this that have not been followed. There are numerous problems above and beyond the subject matter:
1. Numerous spelling errors.
2. Capitalization in places
3. Punctuation -Missing apostrophes - shes , commas used as periods. No space following comma in places.
In addition to the other comments, what is special about the two daggers that they deserve names?
Please, when you are given feedback on what whould improve your sub, take it into consideration and rework your sub. You are obviously interested enough to post it in the first place - follow through and make it good! Go to Comment
Quite powerful item with a utilitarian origin. I could see it existing, but with a more involved origin. Having a faultless forgery tool certainly falls in the wish-fulfilment magic item category akin to invisibility rings and flying items.
A solid 2.0 - OK idea but flawed. It certainly can be used, especially in the hands of a formidable enemy. Go to Comment
Its good - but perhaps not as world changing as some would think. A very, very big problem on all battlefields, but especially those of the middle ages and later, is communication. Having an omniscient general is only good if communications can support their directives, otherwise they will be able to do a great after-action report.
Better for intelligence gathering and like, where speed does not need to be tactical.
Combined with magic enhanced communications, we have an entirely different kettle of fish.