10 Magical Items Histories

10 Magical Items Histories

History of a Magical Item:

The item’s age is difficult to pinpoint. There does not seem to be any exotic material used in its manufacture. The item was forged by dwarves, Azel Axehand to be precise, exactly where is unknown. Soothsayers say it took part in the rise of the noble Dame Lina* Hulistal II (F). Lore links it with the paladin Earnil. There is nothing else known about the item.

History of a Magical Item:

The item’s age is impossible to ascertain. There seems to be traces of bronze in its manufacture. The item was forged by elves, the exact maker unknown, in the vicinity of Thyatis. Wizards say it took part in the betrayal of the greater infernal minion Chngr’thazan. Lore links it with no one in particular. Tales say it was actually made in the underdark and it has special qualities down there near it’s place of creation.

History of a Magical Item:

The item’s age is impossible to ascertain. There does not seem to be any exotic material used in its manufacture. The item was forged by dwarves, the exact maker unknown, near Norwold. Songs say it took part in the slaying of a powerful hawk. Lore links it with the fighter Thrór. Whatever other lore this item may hold is not known.

History of a Magical Item:

The item’s age is impossible to ascertain. There are traces of glass in its manufacture. The item was forged by dwarves, Boled Syrkist to be precise, exactly where is unknown. Gnomes say it took part in the betrayal of a powerful demon. It was said to be hidden away by the villian Phatekwul. There is nothing else known about the item.

History of a Magical Item:

The item’s age is impossible to ascertain. There does not seem to be any exotic material used in its manufacture. The item was forged by elves, Mithroth to be precise, near Kad. Poets say it took part in no significant events. It was last owned by the adventurer Synrinal Rynrillith. Elves say it was forged within the ribcage of a slain ancient wyrm.

History of a Magical Item:

The item’s age is hard to tell. There are traces of bronze in its manufacture. The item was forged by elves, the exact maker unknown, exactly where is unknown. Sorcerers say it took part in the slaying of the hero Karothsal who is remembered in songs to this day. Lore links it with the sorcerer Valanost. Wizards say each owner has met a bad end at the hands of a trusted friend.

History of a Magical Item:

The item’s age is not old, about 31 years old. There are slight traces of amber in its manufacture. The item was forged by goblinkin, the exact maker unknown, exactly where is unknown. Legends say it took part in the downfall of a great sphinx. It is thought to have been destroyed by the ranger Korar Skarrad. They say good fortune befalls the owner.

History of a Magical Item:

The item’s age is hard to tell. There does not seem to be any exotic material used in its manufacture. The item was forged by dwarves, the exact maker unknown, exactly where is unknown. Legends say it took part in no significant events. It should have beed destroyed on Mealiden Starwatcher’s Merriment. Whatever other lore this item may hold is not known.

History of a Magical Item:

The item’s age is difficult to pinpoint. There seems to be traces of copper in its manufacture. The item was forged by humans, the exact maker unknown, exactly where is unknown. Wizards say it took part in no significant events. Lore links it with no one in particular. Tales say bad fortune befalls the owner.

History of a Magical Item:

The item’s age is hard to tell. There are slight traces of ivory in its manufacture. The item was forged by dwarves, Helvalgak to be precise, exactly where is unknown. Astrologers say it took part in no significant events. It was to be buried with the warlord Shadnyrgath. There is nothing else known about the item.

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