Blood taken from a Balor demon then banished before becoming whole again, the sword is alive with the blood. Being wielded by a great foe (in my personal campaign I have a vampire lord) by upon defeating the foe whoever picks it up the Balor is then again summoned. With a 20% chance the players are able to bind the demon to the sword to be summoned once every 3 Days(legendary action).
Traits: Black hilt red blade, mutter can be heard only to the wielder(helpful or not depending on GM)
Stats: +3 Longsword, bane of demons, understanding of abysall language, 1/ 3Day summon Balor.
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so what is Balor like? is summoning him all that bad?
watch out Azuzu...they are coming for you.
'watch out Azuzu...they are coming for you.'
I just got that and chortled.
I like the idea but it is more like a stub. It could become a great submission. Perhaps a failure roll makes the daemon attack the sword's owner and a critical failure sends the sword's owner to Hell?
Going to attempt to paraphrase from Moonhunter.
This is not a bad submission, but it isn't a good one either. An ideal to strive for is the Hollywood standard, as in presenting the item as if it were to be used in a movie, comic, or other entertainment venue. What does it look like? Who created it, and why did they do so? It is obviously a powerful weapon, and there are many powerful weapons (YAKAS - yet another kick ass sword), so what makes this one different?
The sword can be used to summon a Balor, and here most people know that that is a specific type of demon from Dungeons and Dragons, but that leaves a huge gap. Does it summon a random Balor, or is it a specific Balor bound to the weapon? Tell us about the demon attached to the sword? Is it a bull roaring monster, a cunning a devious charmer, a shrewd bargainer? (my personal suggestion would be to imagine who would provide the voice of the Balor and work backwards from there)
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Great reply, Scrasamax
Its a start. Could use a bit more.