Oidhreacht

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Oidhreacht
Stiletto backer oidhreacht icon.png
General
Equipment slot
Weapon type
Soulbound
No
Unique
Yes
Value
305 Copper pands (cp)
Weapon
Combat type
Melee
Handing
Speed
Fast
Interrupt
0.35 sec (Weak)
Damage
10-15 Pierce
Weapon bonuses
Enchantments
Possible enchantments
Related
Weapon focus
Abilities
Technical
Weapon ID
stiletto_backer_oidhreacht

Oidhreacht is a unique stiletto in Pillars of Eternity.


Description[edit | edit source]

Oidhreacht once belonged to a prominent military instructor in the capital city of Aedyr. The instructor was a cipher whose gifts were seldom used by his empire, and he grew frustrated at his superiors' inability to see the potential of ciphers to perform key missions that no other force would be capable of. He began making his opinion known, and over time the opinion became more subversive and radical, until at last his unsanctioned activities got him charged with treason.

The officer and crew that came to detain him, however, underestimated him as much as the empire had, and with only this blade and the talents of his mind, he slew his would-be captors. He fled the city and embarked on a life as a duelist, obsessed with proving his potential to any who would question it. In the end his life ended in the manner that the lives of duelists typically do, and the potential he often spoke of would remain just that. The knife still bears his psychic imprint, and the wielder will often get flashes of the maneuvers the original owner performed in order to deliver the killing blow to his opponent. Some regard this as a curse, but many find value in it, and use such experiences to better realize the knife's potential. Were it not for evidence of heavy use about the handle and pommel, Oidhreacht would seem new, its cutting edge perfectly beveled and honed without a single nick along its length.

Acquisition[edit | edit source]


Trivia[edit | edit source]

The name is from the Irish word oidhreacht ("eye-rokht") meaning "inheritance".