The Realm of Ororan
A magical bow that fires bolts of positive energy
Sunray is a rare bow that conjures projectiles of light to deal damage to targets. It comes in many forms, though all of them bear the familiar style of silver and gold traces along the weapon itself.
You may use Sunray as a standard shortbow, dealing 1d6 fire damage. This bow does not require ammunition, however no form of ammunition can be put in, or taken out.
Sunray uses charges to fuel certain effects. As an action, you may spend a number of charges to evoke one of Sunray’s abilities. When you find a Sunray, it starts with 2d6+1 charges.
1 Charge. You charge a beam of concentrated energy. Upon release, it flies forward piercing all creatures it encounters. The beam is fired in a straight line, and travels for 30 feet before fading away. Creatures hit by the beam must make a Dexterity saving throw, taking 1d6 Fire damage on a failed save. The save DC for this ability is 8 + your Dexterity modifier + your proficiency.
1 Charge. You fire an arrow of light to a location that you can see within 60 feet. Where the arrow lands, or what it hits, glows with a bright light as if affected by the daylight spell. The glow lasts for 1 minute, or until it is dispelled, or a spell such as darkness is cast over it.
Wrath of Elysium
3 Charges. Drawing on the power of the positive planes, you launch a massive beam of holy energy into the sky. Choose an area with a 10 foot radius somewhere within 30 feet of you. Holy lightning cascades out of the sky, and strikes every creature in the area. Each creature makes a Dexterity saving throw, taking 2d6 fire damage and 2d6 radiant damage on a failed save, half as much on a successful one. Once you use this ability, you cannot use it again until you finish a long rest.
“The mysterious ranger seemed to appear out of nowhere. From his back, he pulled an ornate bow, decorated with lines of gold and silver. It seemed to glow as it caught the light of the morning sun. He carefully drew the string, but he loaded no arrow. What I saw next amazed me. In his grasp materialized an arrow made completely of light. As he released the string, the beam shot forward with amazing speed. The light blinded me as it blazed straight through the target, leaving nothing left but a smoldering pile of ash.”