Dark Sun: Spirit Champions
Reoth's Legacy Item
Sensing Handwraps (Blurred Strike Ki Focus)
|Player’s Handbook 3||p204||Level 5+|
You can master the secret of speed by catching this small mechanical fly in your hands.
|Level 15||+3||Level 30||+6|
Implement (Ki Focus)
Enhancement: +1 to attack rolls and damage rolls.
Critical: +1d8 damage per plus
Property: You can use your Flurry of Blows power an additional time during your turn, but the two uses of that power must be triggered by two different attacks that you make with this ki focus.
Property: The wraps act as a protective cover so the wearer does not suffer from touch-effects.
Blur Defense (Encounter): Free Action. Trigger: You must move at least half your speed during this turn. Effect: You gain a +2 bonus to all defense until the end of your next turn.
Ki Strike (Encounter): Minor Action. Deal +1d8 damage on each attack you make until the start of your next turn.
|Level 10||+2d8 extra damage||Level 15||+3d8 extra damage|
|Level 20||+4d8 extra damage||Level 25||+5d8 extra damage|
Touch of Weakness (At-Will): Minor Action. If a creature has a vulnerability then any attack you do is automatically considered to be whatever the creature is vulnerable to.
Reflection (Encounter): Immediate Reaction. Trigger: A single direct damage melee or ranged attack that hits. Effect: The damage of the attack is redirected on the enemy who made the attack. Restriction: This ability must be used before damage is rolled.
As a baby, these handwraps were actually a dark green wrap that Reoth’s mother left with him when she left him at the monestary. During his time at the monestary, Reoth kept them and eventually shaped them into glove-like handwraps.
He always suspected something was special about the cloth, because time never seemed to wear it down, only the color. As he wore and practiced wearing the handwraps he started to notice certain abilities that he didn’t seem to possess if he removed them.
Unfortunately, his mother said nothing about the wrap and therefore, he has no idea what kind of cloth they are made of or what enchantments may have originally been on it.