Just updated this product a bit. Hopefully I managed to catch some of the glitches that made it less than friendly to read. I also updated the layout a bit, making it look... prettier. Lastly, I changed a couple of the prices, to better reflect their worth, yes, I basically compared these to every weapon in the core rulebook and the APG. I also changed the mechanics of the Face Destroyer, slightly, just to make it a bit more balanced, and don't worry, I have not fiddled with the flavor of the item! I also lowered the price of the viper blade significantly, by changing it to a +1 venomous kukri... so now PCs actually has a chance of buying or creating this blade.
I hope the changes make sense and if not, let me know. Now, onwards to volume 2...
You know, since you asked nicely, I am going to give you the entire description! :)
The elves of the Summer Isles crafted these beautiful +2 mithril elven curve blades at the pinnacle of their power, to serve the elves who traveled into the world. Patterns of flowers and leaves have been etched into the mithril blade, and even continue into the hilt and pommel design. Once per day, the wielder can cast daylight (as a standard action), an effect that lasts for 1 hour. The daylight spell is centered on the blade.
In addition, the area around the summerfire blade is always considered hot with a temperature between 75 and 110 degrees Fahrenheit. The wielder decides the precise temperature, which can be changed as a free action.
If you buy this (fairly cheap) pdf, you even get an illustration of the Summerfire blade!
I just purchased all of the "Specific Weapons" line, primarily because of DM and EZG's reviews. Excellent products!!
There are two things that would make these products more useful, and I would truly appreciate:
1) II needs bookmarks. PDFs and bookmarks are an absolute must in my book.
2) Could we get a table with all of the weapons listed by GP value and what book they are, please? You did this list in the 1st and 4th volume, but not in the others. It would be great to have them all compiled, and perhaps additionally have the type of item it is in parentheses in the table. Just trying to get the maximum GM usage out of it.
Thank you for quality products!!
Thank you for the kind words and for commenting on the series!
I'll look into adding bookmarks to volume II (this weekend), and I'll give some thought to making a big list of all the items from all the volumes, with a random table, but I can't promise that I'll make it before I start working on the collected edition of all the pdfs. I'll definitely make this a free download. All volumes from now own will contain their own random list.