D&D 3e (3.0/3.5) Rules
Warbringer is a greatsword +3.
Warbringer is a gigantic greatsword of fine quality and workmanship. It is such fine quality, that it is believed to have once belonged to a Knight of Solamnia, or to a nobleman.
Warbringer has the Mighty Cleaving special ability. This allows the weilder, if he possesses the Cleave feat, to make one additional cleave attempt in a round. Only one extra cleave attempt is allowed per round.
Caramon won this blade when he slew Steeltoe, the half-ogre bandit. Caramon brought the sword forward into the future with him.
Caramon gave Warbringer to his oldest son, Tanin, when he came of age. Caramon was pleased to see such a noble sword go with his son, who had become a Knight of Solamnia.
Warbringer was returned to Caramon when Steel Brightblade and Palin brought the bodies of Tanin and Sturm home for burial. Caramon took the sword, and placed it in a place of honor just below the Dragonlance that rests above the mantle of the Inn of the Last Home.
This sword remains in the Majere family, and serves as a reminder of Tanin and Sturm Majere.
1. Steeltoe, the half-ogre bandit.
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