Sword of Nazir
A morphic sword that changes at its wielder's whim.
Sword of Nazir (Heroic Level)
Enhancement: +2 to attack and damage rolls
Critical: +2d6 damage (+2d10 damage to aberrant/eldritch creatures)
Property: Wielder gains a +1 item bonus to all defenses against the attacks of aberrant/eldritch creatures.
Power (At-Will) Minor Action. “Sword of Nazir” takes the shape of a broadsword (Adventurer’s Vault, page 9), dagger, longsword, shuriken, or short sword. It takes on the statistics normal for that weapon until it changes shape into another weapon.
Power (Daily): Free Action.
- Trigger: Wielder hits with an attack using the weaopon.
- Effect: A target of the attack is dazed until the end of your next turn. An aberrant/eldritch creature is also restrained and cannot teleport until the end of your next turn.
The broadsword wielded by the undead hobgoblin leader, Nazir Kim, is finely made. The blade itself is forged of a strange, charcoal coloured metal inlaid with a silverlike substance in an interlacing pattern that can be traced over all surfaces of the blade. The peculiar metal grows and shrinks with the desire of the wielder, gaining and losing weight and mass depending on the form of the weapon. The inlay changes its design as well depending on the weapon’s current form. So far, the weapon has been shown to take the following forms: shuriken, dagger, short sword, long sword, and broadsword.
There is a glowing magical mark on the pommel of the blade bearing the crest of Nazir Kim; a mark which seems to only show when the sword changes shape. There are other marks occupying the same space as Kim’s; however, they are faint in comparison.