Dragonlance

These mythical weapons were created to defeat evil dragons.
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The dragonlance, also known as the Spear of Paladine or Great Lance, is a weapon that can be used either by foot soldiers or by those mounted upon dragon back. The lances are made of Dragonmetal rumored to be found in the Silver Dragon Mountain. In the old days, it was said that only a smith with knowledge on how to make a dragonlance imparted upon him by a god could forge a lance provided he has the Silver Arm of Ergoth and the Hammer of Kharas.

These lances are the center of many children stories. The storytellers say they were imbued with power from the old gods. It is said Huma used a Dragonlance to drive the Queen of Darkness back into the Abyss. Dragonlances are valued beyond price, and are never bought or sold. Lances are given or assigned to those worthy of bearing them when the need is great.

Dragonlance, Lesser Footman’s: This +2 keen dragon bane heavy lance glows with a silver light. A lesser footman’s dragonlance is one forged with either the Hammer of Kharas or the Silver Arm of Ergoth, but not both. Automatically save against Dragon Fear. On a successful hit, the target evil Dragon makes a DC 17 Con save, or takes 6d10 extra piercing damage on a failed save, or half as much on a successful save. Hit points lost through damage by this weapon can only be regained through short or long rest.
Random Properties. The lesser Dragonlance has the following random properties:
1 Major beneficial property
1 minor beneficial property
1 minor detrimental property

Dragonlance, Greater Mounted ("True"): This +3 keen dragon bane large heavy lance glows with a silver light. A greater mounted dragonlance is one forged with both the Hammer of Kharas and the Silver Arm of Ergoth. Automatically save against Dragon Fear. When used against an evil dragon, a greater Dragonlance deals 1 point of permanent Constitution drain with every hit, in addition to the lance’s normal damage. If the wielder scores a critical hit against an evil dragon, the lance deals a number of points of permanent Constitution drain equal to the wielder’s character level.
Random Properties. The “true” Dragonlance has the following random properties:
2 major beneficial property
1 minor beneficial property

Any evil creature who wields a Dragonlance gains disadvantage to all rolls, halves their hit points, and gains +1 accumulative exhaustion levels 1/per week.

*Note: Bane property= +3d6 damage.
*Note: Keen property = Critical on a 19 or 20.

Dragonlance

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