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Elven Steel Items

Elven steel weapons count as being both magical and silver for any purpose where those traits would be beneficial. Attacks with elven steel weapons make the "elven steel" call. A elven steel melee weapon may also make "blunt elven steel" attacks. You must always use the "elven steel" call with your attacks unless an attack replaces the entire call such as a "strike" call made from a mageblade attack. Specifically this means you can't choose to make a "normal", "silver", or "magic" attack with a elven steel weapon.

Elven steel and silver weapons may never have blade poisons put on them. If a blade poison is applied to one of these weapons it is rendered inert and useless immediately.

Elven steel weapons must be covered with black paint then decorated with natural looking thin white veins. If a player is using a weapon they have not yet identified but they recognize it as being made of a special material because of the weapon's color that player should make the corresponding call when attacking with that weapon.

Goblin iron can never be included in the construction of a weapon with elven steel or silver.

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Elven Steel Calls

Elven Steel is a combat call that counts as both a silver call and a magic call whenever it would be beneficial to do so. If the target of an attack has a damage requirement or a kill condition that requires magic, silver, or elven steel the character will inflict damage or kill the target respectively.

"Elven steel" calls do not count as "magic" or "silver" if this would be detrimental. This means that effects granting immunity to magic or silver would not prevent damage from elven steel attacks.

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