First of all "Kudos" Sir, for constantly putting work into the module, and especially to the shops. Thumbs up for the Mithlond store, may it still be restrained for the nimble handed.
I do have a few item suggestions, if you don't mind.
a.) Elven weapons need to be looked at and improved, since as it is now, they do not offer anything but a weightreduction, and are not used at all. Dwarven and Gondorian weapons, greatly outclass the eldar stock of weaponry, but why?
b.) Most elven weapons would deserve a damage bonus of some kind, since we can asume that their smithing abilities are nearly equal to those of the dwarves. Though for sure they would focus on lighter weapons and armor.
Sword(Imladris Longsword, given one has at least the Glorfindel token):
Improved elven Longsword: AB +1, damage 1d8, weightreduction, +2 slash damage
Masterwork elven Longsword: AB +2, damage 1d8, weightreduction, +3 slash damage
Expert/Artisan elven Longsword: AB +3, damage 1d8, weightreduction, +4 slash damage
Improved elven shield: AC +1, weightreduction
Masterwork elven shield: AC +2, weightreduction
Expert/Artisan elven shield: AC +3, weightreduction
Armor(mithlond scalemail AC4, Dex Bonus 4, etc.):
Improved elven scalemail: AC +1, weightreduction
Masterwork elven scalemail: AC +2, weightreduction
Expert/Artisan elven scalemail: AC +3, weightreduction
And finally the Mithril Scimitar (If we want to keep Mithril weapons as buyable objects would be another question!):
Improved Mihtril Scimitar: AB +1, damage 1d6, weightreduction, +1 piercing damage, keen.
Masterwork Mihtril Scimitar: AB +2, damage 1d6, weightreduction, +2 piercing damage, keen.
Expert/Artisan Mihtril Scimitar: AB +3, damage 1d6, weightreduction, +3 piercing damage, keen.
Sounds overpowered, then reduce the boni. But if its really a Mithril weapon, I wouldn't say so!
The Expert/Artisan Mithril weapon should not be sold at all of course. Prices should be outrageous for all elven items, but especially for mithril weapons!
c.) One more point would be those new bracers from Mithlond:
Mithlond bracers of prowess: AC+1, +5 Parry, +5 Discipline.
Those look and sound really nice, but are totally useless. The AC Bonus won't stack, and the +5 parry is nice, but parry doesn't really work as we all know.
My suggestion would be:
Mithlond bracers of prowess: Dex+2, +5 Discipline, +5 Concentrate or Tumble.
d.) On spears: Since those are much less powerful then halberds etc. and count as two handed weapons, they should have an AC Bonus that makes them worth using.
Improved Rohirrim spear: AC +2, Dmg 1d8, massive criticals 1d4
Masterwork Rohirrim spear: AC +3, Dmg 1d8, massive criticals 1d4
Expert/Artisan Rohirrim spear: AC +4, Dmg 1d8, massive criticals 1d4
Last edited by Mentat; 09-03-2009 at 15:14.
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