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Psionic Items of Legend: Helm of the Hydra (PFRPG) PDF

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Legendary items are those that are picked up by the untested adventurers who eventually become heroes of the ages. Unlike traditional magical items, legendary items grow with the wielder, becoming more advanced as new abilities are unlocked over time. In this installment of the Psionic Items of Legend series is the Helm of the Hydra, which grants the wielder the ability to coordinate with allies and even join forms.

Within this short book you will find the history of the Helm of the Hydra, the requirements to attune a character to it, and the abilities of it. In addition, the rules of legendary items are detailed.

Psionic Items of Legend is based upon the Legendary Treasures series of products by Purple Duck Games.

Get all of the Psionic Items of Legend by getting the Psionic Items of Legend—Work In Progress!

Psionic Items of Legend requires Psionics Unleashed.

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Just to give some behind-the-scenes explanation:

Weapons / Armor / Shields have 10 item levels, as set out by PDG's Legendary Weapons / Armor / etc

Wondrous Items (i.e. everything else) have 5 item levels, as set out by PDG's Legendary Items.

So that's the standard we decided to stick with and what you can expect for upcoming releases. Weapon/armor/shield - 10, everything else - 5.


Jeremy Smith wrote:

Just to give some behind-the-scenes explanation:

Weapons / Armor / Shields have 10 item levels, as set out by PDG's Legendary Weapons / Armor / etc

Wondrous Items (i.e. everything else) have 5 item levels, as set out by PDG's Legendary Items.

So that's the standard we decided to stick with and what you can expect for upcoming releases. Weapon/armor/shield - 10, everything else - 5.

Purple Duck Games absolutely agrees with the above statement. I have a freelancer working on Legendary Items II right now and we are planning on keeping 5 levels for wondrous items.


Well, I realize that that's the standard, but if I recall correctly many people would have preferred 10 levels for them - I know I did. And the Helm of the Hydra would have made for a great candidate for more levels.

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