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The Sunsword is a unique blade that was once wielded by Sergei, Strahd's brother. Paultin is the current wielder of this sword.
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The Sunsword is a unique blade that was once wielded by Sergei, Strahd's brother.
   
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When the group was in [[Castle Ravenloft]], [[Ezmerelda]] gave them the sunsword.<ref>[[Episode 31]]</ref> When the Wafflecrew returned to [[Barovia]], [[Paultin Seppa|Paultin]] used the sunsword to completely destroy [[Paultin's shadow]].<ref>[[Episode 55]]</ref>
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== Powers ==
The Sunsword may be sentient (it says that it is in Curse of Strahd on page 223, but Chris has not depicted it as such).
 
 
* +2 to attack and damage rolls
 
 
* Deals radiant damage instead of slashing damage.
It has the properties of a sunblade
 
 
* Does an extra 1d8 radiant damage when it hits undead.
 
 
* The Sunsword may be sentient (it says that it is in ''Curse of Strahd'' on page 223, but Chris has not depicted it as such).
+2 to attack and damage rolls
 
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deals radiant damage instead of slashing damage.
 
 
does an extra 1d8 radiant damage when it hits undead.
 

Latest revision as of 05:45, 11 May 2018

The Sunsword is a unique blade that was once wielded by Sergei, Strahd's brother.

When the group was in Castle Ravenloft, Ezmerelda gave them the sunsword.[1] When the Wafflecrew returned to Barovia, Paultin used the sunsword to completely destroy Paultin's shadow.[2]

Powers[edit | edit source]

  • +2 to attack and damage rolls
  • Deals radiant damage instead of slashing damage.
  • Does an extra 1d8 radiant damage when it hits undead.
  • The Sunsword may be sentient (it says that it is in Curse of Strahd on page 223, but Chris has not depicted it as such).
  • Episode 31
  • Episode 55