Treasures of NeoExodus: Peace & Tranquility

111060-thumb140[1]By Thilo Graf

The latest installment of the Treasures of NeoExodus-line from LPJ Design is 4 pages long, 1 page editorial/SRD, leaving us with 3 pages of content, so let’s take a look!

Peace and Tranquility are a pair of two butterfly-swords originally wielded by the legendary Final Arbiter Shani Bakradze of the order of Janissaries in the final battle of the twilight war that resulted in the order of Janissaries shaping the political landscape of NeoExodus and creating the unification. The twin swords, on a crunch level, are a +2 ki focus butterfly sword and a +1 ki intensifying butterfly sword. When fighting defensively with both weapons, the wielder gets a +2 shield bonus to AC.

Additionally, the enchantments of the weapons (i.e. the ki-focus/intensifying qualities) allow the wielder to use ki-dependant abilities through the blades and may add two option for ki: Peace may, for one extra ki-point when channelling a stunning fist mute spellcasters for 12 rounds if they fail to save. Tranquility may instead paralyze via the same mechanic, though the +1 DC of the ki intensifying quality of course raises the DC.

The pdf, as always, contains item-cards for the weapon, though only one that contains both swords – I would have preferred one for peace and one for tranquility.


Editing and formatting this time around are top-notch, I didn’t notice any glitches. Layout adheres to LPJr Design’s beautiful 2-column full-color standard and the original piece of art of the blades is beautiful to behold. The pdf comes with a second more printer-friendly version and both have no bookmarks, but need none at this length.

Peace and Tranquility rank as my favourite installment of the series so far – the weapons are interesting regarding their mechanics, have a cool background, are a too-rarely supported weapon-class and their crunch is concise and worded with precision – the only reason I refrain from adding my seal of approval would be that getting two item cards, one for each sword, would have been the icing on the cake. My final verdict: 5 stars.

Endzeitgeist out.

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