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A silvery substance extruded by certain stones in regions of [[Ysgard (layer)|Ysgard]] and [[Karasuthra]], moonblood is used as warpaint by celestials as a result of its natural properties at enhancing defense and fending off natives of the Lower Planes.   
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A silvery substance extruded by certain stones in regions of [[Ysgard (layer)|Ysgard]] and [[Karasuthra]], moonblood is used as warpaint by celestials as a result of its natural properties at enhancing defense and fending off natives of the Lower Planes.<ref>''Applying moonblood properly requires a DC 22 Craft (painting) check; when successfully applied, moonblood provides its wearer a +2 sacred bonus to AC for one dayAfter one day, moonblood is absorbed harmlessly by the skin of its wearer.  Evil beings that touch moonblood take 1d6 damage per round of contact.''</ref>
  
''Applying moonblood properly requires a DC 22 Craft (painting) check; when successfully applied, moonblood provides its wearer a +2 sacred bonus to AC for one day.  After one day, moonblood is absorbed harmlessly by the skin of its wearer.  Evil beings that touch moonblood take 1d6 damage per round of contact.''
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==Notes and References==
 
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==Reference==
 
  
 
* {{cite|Book of Exalted Deeds|pg.38}}
 
* {{cite|Book of Exalted Deeds|pg.38}}

Latest revision as of 02:59, 2 July 2014

A silvery substance extruded by certain stones in regions of Ysgard and Karasuthra, moonblood is used as warpaint by celestials as a result of its natural properties at enhancing defense and fending off natives of the Lower Planes.[1]

Notes and References

  1. Applying moonblood properly requires a DC 22 Craft (painting) check; when successfully applied, moonblood provides its wearer a +2 sacred bonus to AC for one day. After one day, moonblood is absorbed harmlessly by the skin of its wearer. Evil beings that touch moonblood take 1d6 damage per round of contact.
  • Book of Exalted Deeds, pg.38
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