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Graham Northup 3 years ago
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      Items/diplomancers_ring.txt
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      Items/ring_of_vorpal.txt

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Items/diplomancers_ring.txt

@ -17,3 +17,8 @@ AC and HP are inherited from the progenitor ring. When it is destroyed, no parti
Per Detect Magic, this ring has a strong aura of enchantment.
When wearing multiple such rings, the effects do not stack, but charmed statuses terminate only when the last ring is removed or obscured.
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This is an overt homage to the famous "diplomancer" played by Chris Harding in some of the infamous Jake Woods campaigns--although I've only heard tell and never seen the legend, rumor has it that the diplomancer was a high level wizard with ridiculous Diplomacy, Bluff/Deception, etc., and a spell roster focusing on enchantment. Hilarity ensued whenever battle broke out, and the high-level wizard would be trying to argue for "diplomatic" solutions to invading fiends or hordes.

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Items/ring_of_vorpal.txt

@ -15,3 +15,8 @@ The ring has an AC of 18 and an HP of 20. When destroyed, the wearer, if any, is
Per Detect Magic, the ring has a strong aura of enchantment.
When wearing multiple rings: you can designate a number of weapons per turn equal to the number of Rings of Vorpal you are wearing.
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This is an homage to a Jake Woods one-shot (at least, I hope it was a one-shot) where he introduced an item of almost exactly this ilk. I heard little else about it other than that, at the "starting tavern", someone used it to designate a spoon as vorpal and gave it to a soup-eating commoner, who eventually took a 20 and lopped his own head off.
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