D&D: Five Magic Daggers Worth Backstabbing Your Best Friend For
You might not have to backstab your friends to get these D & D charming daggers, but if you had them, it would be easier to do .
The dagger is a supporter to all classes. In fact, it is the single most common weapon and/or man of gear on a character ’ sulfur sheet .
It ’ s not hard to see why, either. A dagger is indeed dim-witted, even a Wizard can use it. They can be thrown. Daggers can be finessed. Whatever your skillset, there ’ randomness constantly room for a dagger. even if you ’ re the beefiest peasant out there, you ’ ll be grateful for a dagger. Because how else are you gon na stab a slice of kernel and eat it ? With a crotch ? I think not .
With that in mind, here are five daggers that are worth going to about any lengths to acquire. From Rogues to Rangers, these are five magic daggers capital for anyone .
Needle of Mending
Our beginning magic dagger comes square out of the Explorer ’ s Guide to Wildemount. The Needle of Mending is a magic dagger disguised as a sewing needle. When you speak a instruction word ( a bonus military action ), it can switch from needle to dagger or back again. And, while you ’ ra holding it, you can cast repair .
Dagger of Blindsight
In the depths of Undermountain aka the Dungeon of the Mad Mage, you ’ ll find the Dagger of Blindsight. This dagger grants a creature attuned to it blindsight out to 30 feet. A handy joyride for any malinger stalker or slinking lookout. ad
Out of the Tomb of Annihilation comes Bookmark. This dagger belongs to none other than Artus Cimber, the weirdest background NPC whose identify you credibly vaguely recognize. In addition to being a +3 dagger, it has several abilities. With it you can use a bonus action to activate any of the keep up :
- Shed bright light out to 20 feet, dim light out 20 feet beyond that
- Cause the dagger to point north
- Cast dimension door 1/day
- Cast compulsion (DC 15), only affects spiders
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And for every extra soul trapped within, it deals an extra 1d4 damage, but the souls can be spent to activate particular abilities :
- Siphon Vitality – release a trapped soul, gain 1d10 hit points
- Annihilation – Expend all five souls to cause a target to save or die
Blade of Broken Mirrors
The final blade is a doozy. Another dagger out of Wildemount, this dagger is associated with Tharizdun, the chained oblivion. And for a dagger that seems somehow connected to the imprisoned malefic that wants to devour the populace, it surely is frighteningly potent. ad
For starters, it ’ s a Vestige of Divergence, a pseudo-artifact floor charming item with three states, Dormant, Awakened, and Exalted .
Each level increases the exponent of the dagger, allowing the wielder to tap into more of Tharizdun ’ s awful kernel. At the first phase, abeyant, the dagger grants you fluency in Abyssal terminology angstrom well as use the sword to take on the form of any android the blade has killed .
When it ’ s Awakened, it lets you cast powerful illusive spells like major prototype or apparitional cause of death. And when Exalted, the dagger can be used to turn invisible as an action .
What’s your favorite magic dagger?
author : J.R. Zambrano Bell of Lost Souls Staff Writer and DM, J.R. covers RPGs of all stripes and on occasion eats sandwiches. You can ask him about either at [ electronic mail protected ]
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