Comments on: Variations on an Eldritch Theme: Relics http://www.neuroglyphgames.com/variations-on-an-eldritch-theme-relics A D&D 4e Blog Dedicated to Dungeonmasters & Players Mon, 07 Jul 2014 09:54:57 -0400 http://wordpress.org/?v=2.8.4 hourly 1 By: Another Snowy Thursday « Old School Rant http://www.neuroglyphgames.com/variations-on-an-eldritch-theme-relics/comment-page-1#comment-98 Another Snowy Thursday « Old School Rant Thu, 25 Feb 2010 11:42:46 +0000 http://www.neuroglyphgames.com/?p=1503#comment-98 [...] Evans discusses relics, and I’m curious for opinions of famous D&D relics crossing from 1E to 4E and how [...] [...] Evans discusses relics, and I’m curious for opinions of famous D&D relics crossing from 1E to 4E and how [...]

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By: Swordgleam http://www.neuroglyphgames.com/variations-on-an-eldritch-theme-relics/comment-page-1#comment-96 Swordgleam Wed, 24 Feb 2010 22:16:15 +0000 http://www.neuroglyphgames.com/?p=1503#comment-96 I really like this idea. It strikes me that, if the relics are still growing in power, they probably take on aspects of each heroic wielder. Players love to feel like their PCs will have a legacy. And it also accounts for good relics being corrupted by evil owners. And can you just picture it? "I am NOT using the Hammer of Moradin's Blessed Scion to bash down that door! Think of the precedent! You'll just have to find another way." I really like this idea. It strikes me that, if the relics are still growing in power, they probably take on aspects of each heroic wielder. Players love to feel like their PCs will have a legacy. And it also accounts for good relics being corrupted by evil owners.

And can you just picture it? “I am NOT using the Hammer of Moradin’s Blessed Scion to bash down that door! Think of the precedent! You’ll just have to find another way.”

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