Hummingbird (5e Equipment)
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Weapon (rapier), artifact (requires attunement)
The Hummingbird was said to be wielded by great swordswoman who bested the greatest swordsmen and women of her land. So skilled was that even the divine were impressed. She dueled against Aasimon, celestial paragons, and even Tahgaron (God of Honor, Lawful Good Alignment). She was so great in deed that it was said she ascended to God-hood herself. When the stars are out you can see her silhouette in the heavens brandishing her sword high, ready for any challenger who would face her.
The sword itself is beautifully elegant. The blade has a light-blue, thin fuller with the rest being onyx colored. The hilt is guarded by an elaborate silver basket guard, with the metal forming in a grapevine-like pattern. Engraved into the Ricasso, in red Dwarvish Script, reads: "Ignus Vol".
Magic Weapon. The Hummingbird is a magic weapon. When you hit with an attack using the Hummingbird, the target takes an extra 5d10 thunder damage.
Buzz. You can use a bonus action to cause Hummingbird to create a resonating buzz causing each creature within 30 feet of Hummingbird to make a DC 18 Constitution saving throw or be deafened for one minute.
Silvered. The Hummingbird is silvered (PHB p. 148)
Hover. When you hold the Hummingbird, you can hover just above the ground instead of walking.
Destroying the Hummingbird. To destroy the Hummingbird, one must lose, and die, to an awakened shrub. This shrub must have full health, and it is required that the player attack it every turn.
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