Made from Star Metal that has a mirror finish, it is trimmed with gold.
+1 Magic Item (Enhancement bonus is applied to attack, damage, and Fortitude defense)
Critical: +1d4 per plus, or +1d12 per plus if granting combat advantage
Whenever you roll the maximum result on any damage die for this weapon, roll that die again and add the additional result to the damage total. If a reroll results in another maximum damage result, roll it again and keep adding.
Gain the ability to use the Encounter Power: Fury
Encounter Power: Fury
Use this power when you hit with the weapon.
Make a basic melee attack to all enemies within reach, excluding the one hit in order to use this power.
While a single character possesses two items of the Bastion Trilogy:
The character gains low-light vision and darkvision.
The user and all allies within a radius of 25 feet gain +2 saves vs. fear.
While a single character possesses three items of the Bastion Trilogy:
The character gains a +2 to Wisdom, Intelligence, and Charisma.
The user gains +2 vs. mind controlling spells and effects.
A non-good character attempting to use this item immediately takes 10d10 points of damage.
An evil character attempting to use this item immediately looses 10,000 XP.
The effects of this item are nullified if the wielder has any powers other than martial in their class.
These effects apply each time this item is used and/or wielded.
No one, possibly not even the gods, knows who crafted the Bastion Trilogy. It is uncertain if they were even crafted. Some speculate that they simply existed since the dawn of time, possibly even before that. All that is known about them is they were intended for the use of good. The last time the Bastion Trilogy were seen together was when the devils lost this plain of existence and were driven back into the nine hells. No one knows what happened to them or where they went, but those of faith know that they will return when there is one that is worth of their power.