Einschler's Echoing Songblade of Madness
The blade's sicknasty wubs destroy the mind.

Einschler's Echoing Songblade of Madness is a +1 Thundering Dueling Sword

A dueling sword may be used as a Martial Weapon (in which case it functions as a longsword), but if you have the feat Exotic Weapon Proficiency (dueling sword), you can use the Weapon Finesse feat to apply your Dexterity modifier instead of your Strength modifier on attack rolls with a dueling sword sized for you, even though it isn't a light weapon. You can also wield a dueling sword in two hands in order to apply 1-1/2 times your Strength bonus to damage.

A thundering weapon creates a cacophonous roar like thunder upon striking a successful critical hit. The sonic energy does not harm the wielder. A thundering weapon deals an extra 1d8 points of sonic damage on a successful critical hit. If the weapon's critical multiplier is ×3, add an extra 2d8 points of sonic damage instead, and if the multiplier is ×4, add an extra 3d8 points of sonic damage. Subjects dealt critical hits by a thundering weapon must make a DC 14 Fortitude save or be deafened permanently.

This weapon counts as a bard instrument.


Also known as the "Dubstep Songblade," "The Blade of Wub," and "Wub-Wub-Durr Blade."

This blade was created by one deemed insane in many regards, but none could deny the creator, Einschler, being an incredible musician who revolutionized the world of music with his own brand he called "Dubstep."

Upon the creator's death, the Echoing Songblade of Madness was sealed away in the city of Goothum in a location known to only a few, becoming lost in history. It was lost, however, until like most powerful magic items, was found, by one Wilward Jones, the infamous leader of the Black Dragon Company and master Bard.

This particular blade only helped to increase his infamy, with the sicknasty wubs echoing in his victim's minds as he brought the blade down upon them. Upon Wilward's death, The Tiki Company took custody of the blade. It served its new masters well, and eventually again become lost in history until it was once again found, this time in Wilward's tomb, 400 years later by Lou Tenant (at this point a corporal). As he picked up the blade, the wubs came about once more, and despite the magic having faded over the centuries, will once again fill the minds of its enemies with endless wubs of death. It seems however that before Wilward parted for the afterlife, he made some insurance on the blade, as it seems to stop the sicknasty beats every now and then seemingly of its own accord, almost like it is still being controlled by its master.

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