Tomb of Horrors
Using powerful rituals, Moghadam long ago placed his soul within Ruinblade, which acts as his phylactery and prevents his permanent destruction. The sword has long shared Moghadam‘s yearning for freedom and has gained a thirst for vengeance since Acererak’s betrayal. Now, the sword has grown impatient after being locked in Moghadam’s lair for so long, and a rift has arisen between artifact and master. Ruinblade is willing to forsake Moghadam in return for a chance to defeat the demilich.
Ruinblade is a +4 terror greatsword with the following properties and powers:
Enhancement: Attack rolls and damage rolls
Critical: +4d8 psychic damage, or +4d10 psychic damage against undead
Property: Ruinblade deals 1d10 extra damage against undead.
Power (Encounter): Immediate Interrupt. Trigger: An enemy scores a critical hit against you. Effect: you become insubstantial until the end of your next turn.
Power (Encounter: Divine, Radiant): Standard Action. You can use turn undead. You cannot use this power with an implement, but you gain a bonus to attack rolls and damage rolls with it equal to Ruinblade’s enhancement bonus.
Power (Daily): Free Action. Trigger: You score a critical hit using Ruinblade. Effect: The target is weakened (save ends). While it is weakened, the target cannot deal ongoing damage.
Goals of Ruinblade:
- See the plans of Acererak disrupted
- Slay the servants of the demilich
- Destroy the demilich and his phylactery