Phalar Aluve

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Phalar Aluve is a rare +1 Longsword that can be made to Shriek or Sing, granting nearby allies or enemies a bonus to Attack Rolls or damage or damage rolls, depending on the choice.

Description Icon.png
The Drow inscription on this blade appears to have been recently carved. It translates to;
'Though I have to leave you, I will dance forever in Eilistraee's Light.'


One-handed damage
D8 Slashing.png 1d8 + 1 (2~9) + Strength or Dexterity modifier Damage TypesSlashing damage
Two-handed damage
D10 Slashing.png 1d10 + 1 (2~11) + Strength or Dexterity modifier Damage TypesSlashing damage
Longswords Longswords
Rarity: Rare
Enchantment: + 1
Finesse Finesse
Dippable Dippable
 Melee: 1.5 m / 5  ft
 Weight: 1.35 kg / 2.7 lb
Price: 250 gp
UID S_UND_SwordInStone_SwordReward
UUID 6d0d3206-50b5-48ed-af92-a146ed6b98f2


The holder of this item gains:

Weapon actions

Proficiency Icon.png If you have proficiency, equip in main hand to gain:

Lacerate Lacerate ()

Slash at your target's vital points to make it Bleed Bleed.

Rush Attack Rush Attack ()

Charge forward and attack the first enemy in your way, possibly pushing them Off Balance Off Balance.

Pommel Strike Pommel Strike ()

Make a non-lethal attack against an enemy and possibly Daze Daze them.

Where to find

This weapon can be found stabbed into a rock in the Underdark X: 116 Y: -192 and can be freed by passing either a:

  • DC 15 Strength check to yank it from the stone.
  • DC 15 Religion check to learn how to release the magic holding it in place.
  • Paladins can pass a DC 10 Religion check (with advantage) to consider what the appropriate ritual for releasing the sword is. If successful, a Paladin can perform the ritual or use their oath to prove their worth (DC 10 Charisma check).
  • Clerics of Eilistraee can release the sword without needing an ability check.
  • Spilling blood on the sword outside dialogue also releases it. It's possible to make one party member hit another, or perform Blood Sacrifice if having the Ritual Dagger, to cover the sword in a Blood Surface. This will make it light up, so it can be pulled out without any ability check.


  • The 1d4 Damage TypesThunder damage doesn't seem to trigger effects requiring Damage TypesThunder damage on items like Hat of Storm Scion's Power or Gloves of Belligerent Skies - regardless of whether the character triggering the damage has the items or the character activating Phalar Aluve - the Reverberation stacks don't apply. The Ring of Spiteful Thunder, however, is triggered if the target had stacks of Reverberation applied - at least when worn by the character triggering the damage. (as of
  • Longswords do not regularly have the Finesse property; Phalar Aluve is special in this regard. The only other example is Larethian's Wrath.
  • Phalar Aluve is Drow language. Phalar means 'battle-marker' or 'grave', and Aluve means 'I/we leave you'

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