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Item Question [Jul. 9th, 2010|04:25 pm]
Dungeons & Dragons 4th Edition

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[alliancesjr]
I don't have much chance to flip through Adventurer's Vaults, since I don't have them and I rarely get a chance to hit the library these days.

I was wondering, since I didn't see them in my PH, if my favorite item had been brought into 4.0?

Thunderstones. I loved how useful they were in so many different ways. Saved my ass countless times.
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[User Picture]From: highbulp
2010-07-09 11:45 pm (UTC)
Thunderstone Level: 5
Power (Consumable • Thunder): Standard Action. Make an attack: Area burst 1 within 10; +8 vs. Fortitude; on a hit, the target takes 1d4 thunder damage, is pushed 1 square from the center of the burst, and deafened (save ends).
First published in Adventurer's Vault.
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[User Picture]From: alliancesjr
2010-07-09 11:48 pm (UTC)
A bit different. Definitely not bad, though.

Awesome, thanks!
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[User Picture]From: nviiibrown
2010-07-10 01:45 pm (UTC)
That's way more badass, I never found those useful before.
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[User Picture]From: alliancesjr
2010-07-10 04:34 pm (UTC)
See, I found them incredibly useful 'cause they were pretty much flashbang grenades. Great distraction technique; throw one down one corridor, watch the guards go that way, then go the other way.

I once had a ranger that had an arcanosmith craft thunderstones into arrow heads, and he made those into distraction arrows.

Adding a damage component to them is insanely more powerful, though. I can see why they have it a level 5 classification.
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