Balgar's Ring (5e Equipment)

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Wondrous item, Legendary (Requires attunement by a barbarian)

The god Mikon created the ring for his son Balgar, the first of the wemic race. He imbued it with his might. The ring was passed down from father to son over many generations. As long as the wearer of the ring stays true to the teachings of Mikon, they receive the blessings of Mikon. The ring is made of a polished rare metal not found on the material plane and engraved with hart.

Mikon's Blessing of Might +2 to attack and damage rolls

If wearing and attuned to whole set (Amulet of Balgar, Balgar's Ring and Balgar's Armor), receive a +6 to each instead


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