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Sinister Storage[edit]

Last Edited Item Type Enhancements ML Bind Quests
  • Update 44.0.1
  • 1 year and 5 days
Staff of Fleshshaping
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Quarterstaff 14 Bound to Account on AcquireIcon tooltip.pngBound to Account on Acquire: This item is Bound to Account on Acquire Sinister Storage, End chest
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Fear Factory[edit]

Last Edited Item Type Enhancements ML Bind Quests
  • Update 35.1
  • 3 years, 7 months, and 29 days
Infused Chaosrobe
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Robe 14 Bound to Account on AcquireIcon tooltip.pngBound to Account on Acquire: This item is Bound to Account on Acquire Fear Factory, End chest
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In The Flesh[edit]

Last Edited Item Type Enhancements ML Bind Quests
  • Update 46.3
  • 1 month and 6 days
Parasitic Breastplate
Parasitic Breastplate.png
Light Armor 14 Bound to Account on AcquireIcon tooltip.pngBound to Account on Acquire: This item is Bound to Account on Acquire In The Flesh, End chest
  • Update 44.1
  • 10 months and 11 days
Mindfury Symbiont
Mindfury Symbiont.jpg
Trinket 15 Bound to Character on AcquireIcon tooltip.pngBound to Character on Acquire: This item is Bound to Character on Acquire In The Flesh, End chest
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Missing[edit]

Last Edited Item Type Enhancements ML Bind Quests
  • Update 44.0.1
  • 1 year and 5 days
Insanity
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Great Sword 14 Bound to Account on AcquireIcon tooltip.pngBound to Account on Acquire: This item is Bound to Account on Acquire Missing, End chest
  • Update 45.2
  • 8 months and 28 days
Turbulent Epee
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Rapier 14 Bound to Account on AcquireIcon tooltip.pngBound to Account on Acquire: This item is Bound to Account on Acquire Missing, Swiftfoot HQ chest
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Harbinger of Madness[edit]

All items are Bound to Account on AcquireIcon tooltip.pngBound to Account on Acquire: This item is Bound to Account on Acquire unless otherwise noted and have a 100% chance of appearing on every third completion of the story arc.

New Effects[edit]

  • Aligned: This weapon transmutes into a form that is able to bypass any alignment-based Damage Reduction. (Chaotic, Good, Evil, Lawful)
  • Antimagic Spike: This item was made from a beholders Antimagic materials. When scoring a critical hit on an enemy with your ranged or melee weapons, the target must make a DC 28 Fortitude save of be unable to cast spells for a brief duration
  • Arrow Spitting: While this item is equipped and an enemy hits you, there is a chance that this item will produce a stack of 20 arrows of a random type. Where exactly the arrows come from remains a mystery.
  • Bewildering: Targets of this weapon can feel their willpower slipping away. They lose -1 Wisdom on a successful attack
  • Curse Vector: This item is a carrier of curses. It can apply them to your foes, but also to you- when you are damaged there is a small chance that you will have a Bestow Curse cast on you.
  • Diehard: If you are incapacitated while this item is equipped, it will automatically stabilize you as though you had the Diehard feat.
  • Lesser Evocation Augmentation IX: Increases your effective caster level for sorcerer and wizard spells up to the listed level by 1. In this case it increases all of your Evocation Caster Level spells up to 9th level spells by 1. (Not to be confused with Evocation Caster DC). This does not affect the Archmage spell-like abilities, nor does it affect spells you cast using items.
  • Life-Devouring: This weapon deprives an enemy of its energy and passes it on to you. When you roll a 20 on an attack, that enemy must make a DC 28 Fortitude save or be subjected to a -6 penalty to all stats. At the same time you will feel your power return, as though Greater Restoration were cast on you.
  • Metal Fatigue: The metal plates of this armor sometimes tire you out. When you are damaged there is a small chance you will become Exhausted
  • Mind Turbulence: This item fills your mind with chaos, disrupting your thoughts and causing a -10 Concentration penalty.
  • Overfocus: This item helps you focus your attention, but it makes you somewhat oblivious to your surroundings, causing a -10 penalty to Search and Spot
  • Polycurse: This weapon is enchanted with many diverse curses. On a vorpal strike an enemy may be hit with one of these effects at random: Blindness, Exhaustion, Bestow Curse, or Enervation (Confirmed to work with all critical hits, instead of only vorpal like the description states)
  • Power Drain: This item reserves some of your power in order to function. You lose 30 maximum spell points (or up to 60 if you are a Sorcerer or Favored Soul)
  • Spell Turmoil: This item pops and buzzes with suppressed energy. When casting any damaging Fire, Cold, Acid or Electric spells, there is a chance that your spell damage for of one of those energy types will be boosted by 75% for 30 seconds
  • Stealth Strike: Reduces the threat generated by ranged attacks and spells by 15%.
  • Symbiotic Backlash: This item is symbiotic and grants you benefits, but also deals 2d6 extra damage when enemies roll a 20 on an attack against you.
  • Symbiotic Flexibility: Because this suit of armor merged with your body, the flexibility it affords you is practically unparalleled. A suit of armor that has this property has a maximum Dexterity Bonus 4 higher than normal, and its armor check penalty is reduced by 4.
  • Telekinesis Guard: The telekinetic abilities of a beholder are stored within this item. When enemies hit you, they may be assaulted by these psychic forces, falling to the ground unless they make a DC 35 Reflex save.
  • Trace of Madness: You can almost hear faint, panicked voices when this item is close to you. Perhaps the latent power of this item's hint of madness could be brought out by some catalyst (New form of Suppressed Power?)
  • Turbulent Burst: This weapon is enchanted with wild, unpredictable energy. It will do 1d8 damage of a random energy type (fire/cold/electric/acid) on a successful hit, and 3d8 damage of a random energy type on critical hits
  • Unwieldy: This weapon is very large and makes you clumsier as you wield it, causing a -2 Dexterity penalty
  • Wild Frenzy: This weapon has a tendency to drive those it strikes insane. On vorpal strikes the target will go wild and attack its own allies for 15 seconds if it fails a DC 25 Will save. Enemies driven wild this way, however, have a chance of coming to their senses if damaged.

Item Fixes/Changes[edit]

From Update 9 Release Notes:

  • The Righteousness weapon enchantment now turns a weapon "Good" for damage reduction purposes.
  • The Bloodstone magical item from the Menechtarun desert has been renamed "The Blood Stone", and now has a unique icon.
  • The Epic Ring of the Buccaneer (Level 20) from Euphonia's Barter Box will now have Protection +5. An Epic Ring of the Buccaneer upgraded via the device to tier 2 will have its Dexterity +6 property removed when Dexterity +7 is added. Rings already bought or upgraded will be changed retroactive by placing them as is in the Stone of Change (Augmented versions will not lose their augmentation). (DDO Forums)
  • Eternal wands have been upgraded.

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