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PostSubject: Role Play Reward Coins. A list of what you can buy   Wed May 22, 2013 3:10 pm

10  Copper Role Playing Coins = 1 Silver Role Play Coin

10  Silver Role Playing Coins = 1 Gold Role Play Coin

10 Gold Role Playing Coins = 1 DragonLance  Role Play Steel Coin

Coins can be pulled from your other Chars to add up to higher coins. You will earn coins faster if you do stick with one char more often But do not need to.

5 Copper coins can buy: Minor Item of DragonLance

Brooch of Imog
These deceptively simple-looking brooches are crafted of
gold and cast in the design of a ring of mistletoe leaves,
with small “berries” of red and white gold leaf. Originally
designed by Silvanesti wizards of House Mystic during the
Age of Might, they were often presented to wizards who
performed a great service for the elven nations. None have
been crafted since the Cataclysm, although it is said the
Silvanesti elves of House Mystic still possess the knowledge
to create them.
The Brooch of Imog can activate a lesser globe of
invulnerability around the wearer once per day, centered
upon the brooch. This globe extends 10-feet around the
wearer, lasting for 10 rounds before the protection fades
away. The effect requires arcane spell activation, thus a
Brooch of Imog is useful only to an arcane spellcaster.

Singing Statue
A hollow statuette of gold, fashioned in the image of
the goddess Mishakal, these singing statues were once
common throughout temples and shrines of the goddess
across Ansalon. After the Cataclysm many of the statues
disappeared, although their magic remained potent even
through the Age of Despair.
Once per day, while the statue is singing,
its owner can also call upon the power of
Mishakal to cure 4d8 points
of damage on any living Creature.


Webnet
A webnet is a beautiful and deceptively delicate hair
ornament made of slender chains of woven gold, decorated
with pearls and sea opals. Originating among the sea elves,
whose wizards crafted these beautiful magical devices,
webnets were marketed by Silvanesti and Qualinesti traders
before the Fall of Istar, eventually making their way into
the human lands, where they were particularly prized both
for their beauty and for their magical properties.
Cast Web Spell 1 per day and Daze 1 per day.

Flute of Wind Dancing
This delicate looking flute is one foot in length, intricately
carved from driftwood with swirling patterns resembling
waves and wind. Silver “ring” ferules at each end of the
head joint, and at the tip of the flute, also bear the intricate
molding pattern. These magical flutes are said to come
from sirens beneath the sea, who bestow these instruments
upon sailors who have caught their fancy, or who have
done them a service. In the hands of a skilled musician, this magical flute
has a number of magical effects, depending upon the
melody played. The user must make a Perform skill check
to play the appropriate melody equaling or exceeding the
DC each round of required playing before the magic takes
effect.
Cast Gust of Wind x3's a day


Any item with any spell that is level five below Divine or Arcane
Depends on the spell if will be use per day or one time only with Charges.



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PostSubject: Re: Role Play Reward Coins. A list of what you can buy   Tue May 28, 2013 9:35 am

Silver Role Play Reward Coin List:

Rabbitslayer

Rabbitslayer is the name given to the dagger used by
Tasslehoff Burrfoot, who claimed to have discovered the
dagger in the ruins of Xak Tsaroth. It came to be known as
Rabbitslayer, after Tasslehoff was told that the knife would
be useful only if there was an attack by ferocious rabbits.
However, the knife proved to be far more useful.
Rabbitslayer is one of several magical daggers crafted by
members of the Orders of High Sorcery during the era of
the Kingpriests, when wizards were being persecuted. The
magic within the blade ensured the wizard would always
have a weapon at hand, no matter what happened.
Rabbitslayer is a dagger that always returns to its
wielder within 1d20 hours after being lost or stolen. If
the wielder dies, the dagger is free to go another owner
(though it will refuse to enter into the possession of any
being who has slain the dagger’s owner.

Cost 12 Silver Coins

Starjewel
These beautiful and delicate pieces of jewelry are crafted
in pairs solely by the Silvanesti elves. A starjewel is made of
silver in the shape of an 8-pointed star, with the four larger
points and four small points. Small, flawless diamonds are
placed at the tip of each point, with a large, crystal-clear
diamond at the heart.The starjewels are precious far more for their beauty
and value; there is a magic that connects a mated pair.
If a starjewel is freely given to another, the starjewel will
bond with that individual, causing a light to flicker to life
within the heart diamond. Typically, the gift of a starjewel
is exchanged between two individuals who are promised in
marriage, although they can also be family heirlooms and may be
bequeathed to a child if the parent so chooses. A starjewel
can never be stolen. It can only be given to another
individual; otherwise its magic does not function.
The possessors of a matched pair of starjewels can clasp the
jewel in hand and use it to sense the health and wellbeing
of one another. While clasping the
starjewel, its owner is aware of the general direction and
distance to the possessor of the mated starjewel. It also confers a general
knowledge of another’s condition: unharmed, wounded, disabled,
unconscious, dying,or the like. The distance between
the two starjewels does not matter, as long as they are both on the same plane of
existence. Starjewels also possess another power, a subtle magic
that only functions only once, when its owner dies. Upon
the death of the possessor of a starjewel, the starjewel
protects the body with a permanent gentle repose (as per
the cleric spell, only with a permanent duration).

Cost 5 Silver



Wyrmsbane
Sometimes known as “Redeemer,” Wyrmsbane was forged
by the Silvanesti during the Second Dragon War and
is brother to the sword, Wyrmslayer. The longsword is
obviously of elven design, with the blade etched with fine
elven script. The crosspiece bears the likeness of a falcon’s
beak.

Cost 15 Silver Coins

Wyrmslayer
Forged by the Silvanesti during the Age of Dreams for use
in the early Dragon Wars, the blade known as Wyrmslayer
is kin to the blade Wyrmsbane. The longsword is of elven
design, with elegant elven script etched into the blade. The
crosspiece of the blade bears the distinctive likeness of an
eagle’s beak.

Resistance bonus against the breath
weapon, spells, and spell-like abilities of all dragons.
When it passes within 30-feet of a true dragon, even if the
dragon is polymorphed, it begins to buzz loudly, alerting
its wearer. The noise is loud enough to be heard
by—and awaken— dragons within 300 feet.
The sword does not react in the presence of
draconians or dragon turtles.

Cost 15 Silver Coins


Kingsword

The High King of the dwarven nations bears two symbols
of his rulership—the Hammer of Kharas and a kingsword.
The kingsword for each High King is forged individually
and given to him upon his coronation; likewise, the
individual kingsword is buried with the High King upon
his death. A ruler who has a kingsword, but lacks the
Hammer of Kharas can reign only as King Regent.
The crafting of a true kingsword is a long, arduous
process, requiring not only considerable skill, but also
the touch of Reorx. Following the Cataclysm, no new
kingswords could be forged, and the last kingsword was
buried with High King Duncan more than three hundred
years before the War of the Lance. In 348 AC, during the
beginning of the War of the Lance, the first new kingsword
in centuries was forged by the greatest dwarven smith
of the time, Isarn Hammerfell. This kingsword, named
Stormblade, would have been presented to Hornfel of the
Hylar, making him King Regent. Unfortunately, the blade
mysteriously disappeared for more than two years before
its recovery and investiture.
Each kingsword is unique in appearance, although each
one bears one quality in common with all the others—the
blade is of the finest steel, polished to a mirror sheen,
except for a thin crimson streak that runs the length of the
blade. This crimson streak pulsates rhythmically, leading to
the belief that the kingswords “breathe.” It is this crimson
streak that is said to be the mark of a true kingsword. A
kingsword’s blade cannot be damaged, either through
usage, rust, or through magical means.
( Dwarf Only )

Cost 10 Silver Coins


Plate of Solamnus
These suits of full plate mail are beautifully crafted,
polished to a silvery sheen and engraved with the markings
of all three orders of the Knights of Solamnia. The Plate of
Solamnus was forged when the knighthood and the Orders
were first formed and no one knows how many of these
suits of armor were forged. No such armor has been forged
since that time, at least according to the records of the
Knights of Solamnia, who have tried to keep track of every
suit they have discovered.
Vinas Solamnus was said to be the first to own a suit
of this armor and it is believed that they could be worn
only by a Knight of the Rose. However, Huma was said to
wear a suit of Plate of Solamnus, and he never became a full
Knight of the Rose, so this is open to dispute.

(Lawful good Only)


Cost 15 Silver Coins


A pet of your choice and making that will be placed in Solace in a locked room you only have the key to.

Cost will vary from 5 - Max 20 Silver Coins pending on the costume pet you want.

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PostSubject: Re: Role Play Reward Coins. A list of what you can buy   Tue May 28, 2013 10:08 am

Each Silver Coin can buy 2 levels for a char of your choice on your account or account you use.
 
For each Silver coin used can reduce the cost by one level, of a re roll after your free one re roll is used up. ( example after first re roll is used. It  costs 5 levels  for a complete back to level 1 use 2 Silver coins cost would be only 3 level cost  for a full re roll ) 
 
 
Gold and DragonLance Reward Coins.



Adding a Damage Stats or Skills to a Current Weapon.





2 gold Coins to up damage by 1 die Damage ( example 1d8 becomes a 1d10)





3 gold Coins will add +3 to any current Skill on the or +3 to a New Skill



3 gold Coins will add +3 to any current Skill on the or +3 to a New Skill



5 Gold Coins for each +1 to a stat you want added 



5 Gold Coins for each +5 Resistance placed on armor ( Max +15)



(Resistance, AC, Stats and skills on a item of your choice)



7 Gold Coins to add +1 AC to a Armor/ Shield  Max +12 on armor  +8 on a shield






DragonLance (Steel) Coins

1 DL coin can buy you a Char auto leveled to 40 with 300,000  starting money.

 
2 DL coin can buy you a Char auto leveled to 40 with 300,000 starting money and Dragon Metal Gear.
 
3 DL coins gets a very nice custom made Item

5 DL Coins get you a costume player creature ( i.e. Dragon good or evil or Shadow) Bio needs submitted to member of the DM Staff and approved. Any creature of DL lore can be asked for some non DL lore can be used as well if the Bio can explain why they are in DL.

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