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I always liked the idea of a character bonded with a particular weapon (something like a family sword), but the magic objects can become a bit useless if the player found a better one. The idea of this is to create a base magic item that evolves when the player level up (and optionally when he/she finish a series of tasks or when a triggering event occurs).

The items are divided in 5 tiers (depending on the rarity of the object) and each one has a number of properties with a particular level of each property (from I to III-IV). 


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Ken C October 02, 2017 6:57 pm UTC
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Evolving Items Notes:

Considering this is a 2nd revision, I would expect what's written below to have been ironed out by now, especially the very next paragraph.

No WotC Legals; no Credits for editor, proofreader, layout, design format template; no contact details (email), apart from a redirect to a Reddit Forum page, to contact the writer for questions, enquiries, etc.

Needs an independent set of eyes to go over this to correct punctuation and grammar.

It would be nice to know what the playtesters think / thought of the system but as none are mentioned, the implication is that the system hasn't been tested before publication.

The fact that you've included a sample item to show how the system works is good. I would like to have seen more choice, and the tables listed by rarity instead of alphabetical as the system relies on level progression.

It would be good to see a 3rd revision of this, including the missing sections above. An...See more
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Ignacio P October 03, 2017 1:52 am UTC
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First, thanks for the comment and rating!

I still need to modify this a bit more (lately I've been working on other brews), and I'll add what you mention in the future versions ;)

I'll check the grammar and punctuation again (english isn't my first language, but I'll do my best to fix typos and grammar).

I've been testing the system for a while now with two groups, but probably there are more reddit users who can actually give me a bit more of feedback for balancing.

I'll add more samples if needed and I'll modify the tables too.

thanks again for the comment!
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