Mirror of the Morteo
Mirror of the Morteo Epic tier
The Mirror of the Morteo is an ancient painting which shows a portrait of it’s owner. The Mirror was originally commissioned by Miguelli de Morteo de Santolini to be created by the great artisan of magical items Masamune as a powerful weapon. The Mirror has been passed down through the Morteo line for hundreds of years, and over time has developed a soul and personality of it’s own, being arrogant, fanatically loyal to the Morteos, and bitingly witty and sarcastic. If one would follow the path of the Morteo line, the Mirror can offer great power, but if one fails to please it, they and all they love will be destroyed.
The Mirror of the Morteo is a painting which can be used as a +Int mod. damage, the target is slowed for the duration of the battle.
Power (At willNecromantic):* Standard Action. Mirror’s Drain. Target: one creature within your line of sight. Int vs Will. slows target creature for three rounds, and after that until a Will save succeeds.
Goals of the Mirror of the Morteo
- Restore the Morteos and Santolinis to the glory they had before their betrayal.
- Destroy the enemies of the Morteo, plans of the Morteo’s enemies, and their servants
- Bury all ugly truth behind a pleasing shroud of lies, cloak ugliness in false beauty, hide inconvenient truths.
Roleplaying the Mirror of the Morteo
The Mirror of the Morteo communicates by means of the portrait portrayed on it’s surface moving and speaking. The Mirror can abide with long silences if it is in thought, but is quick to speak if it sees an opportunity to be witty, point out something that might be helpful to the Morteo line, or sees something interesting.
The Mirror of the Morteo is also liable to, whenever it sees something especially ugly, launch off on a tirade about it’s hate for ugliness. Due to it’s long life, the Mirror of the Morteo can harbor long reaching plans, grudges, and debts, but is also quite vigilant of the short term.
If it is owned by someone other than it’s true owner, the Mirror will do everything in it’s power to be reunited with it’s owner, and it eagerly awaits the day when it will be.
The Mirror of the Morteo becomes more bitingly sarcastic, witty, disrespectful, and rude the lower it’s concordance becomes.
|User destroys an organization that is opposed to the Morteo line|add 5|
|User destroys an enemy of the Morteo line|add 3|
|User gains a level and is the True Owner|add 1d10|
|User gains a level|add 1d6|
|User completes a quest in the Morteo line’s interest|add 2
|User destroys something ugly(maximum 1/day)|add 1|
|User gains an ally(maximum 1/day)|add 1
|User hides something ugly (maximum 1/day)|add 1|
|User uses the Bluff skill(maximum 1/day)|add 0.5|
|User tells an inconvenient truth|-0.5|
|User hinders the Morteo line or the true owner|-1|
|User completes a quest against the Morteo line or the true owner|-2|
|User kills the true owner|-5|
If you are pleasing the Mirror, you have access to the following:
Power (Encounter*Necromantic): Mirror’s Curse: Standard action. Target: one creature within your line of sight. Int vs Will. 1d6+Int mod damage, the target is unconscious and prone for one turn, and slowed for the remainder of the encounter.
If you are the true owner and pleasing the Mirror exceedingly well, you have access to the following:
Power (Daily*Necromantic): Mirror’s Death: Standard action. Target: one creature within your line of sight. Int vs Will. The target collapses, dead, as their soul flows liquidly into the mirror, charging it with magical power to be expended later.