Power seeks defeat powerful enemies and defend the city. Like all the swords it also seeks to further the growth of Ptolus, and defeat the Galchutt and their servants. Power favors the legitimate Authorities in Ptolus, though it’s vague on what these are at times. Power’s “inner voice” is that of a courageous warrior.
- +2 Longsword
- Enhancement: Hit and Damage Rolls
- +2d6 on Crit
- Daily Power: Gain the abilities of any other +2 Melee Weapon.
- Encounter Power: Power becomes any 1 Handed melee weapon.
Power grants further powers depending on how pleased it is with its current owners actions.
Currently it is providing:
- +2 to Intimidate
- Encounter Power: Standard Action Spend a healing surge
- +1 Fortitude Defense