Sablewood effectively regenerates itself. Once it has been cured, if it is damaged in any way, the wood weeps a deep red amber which fills in the damage and hardens almost immediately. This makes it extremely prized for shields as well as components for construction.
Sablewood floors imbue whatever stands upon them with necrotic energy. Undead standing on sablewood flooring gain 1d6 temporary hitpoints. These temporary hitpoints lasts only so long as they remain in contact with the floor. Undead touching this flooring also gain advantage on attack rolls and perception checks.
Sablewood WeaponsWeapons that are predominantly made from wood such as bows, crossbows, clubs or spears gain the benefits of being made from sablewood.
- Weapons made from sablewood regenerate damage at a rate of 1 hp per hour.
- Weapons made predominently of sablewood, like clubs or staves deal an extra 1 necrotic damage.
Darkwood shields are well known for their ability to bolster the undead. Undead equiped with a sablewood shield have advantage on Saving Throws against any effect that turns Undead. Shields made from sablewood regenerate damage at a rate of 1 hp per hour.
|Item Type||Cost Modifier||Abilities||Weight Modifier|
|One-handed weapon||+50 gp +(10 gp per pound)||+1 necrotic damage||-|
|Two-handed weapon||+50 gp +(10 gp per pound)||+1 necrotic damage||-|
|Shields||+10 gp +(10 gp per pound)||Special||-|