So I did some quick maffs, and after speaking to a few people, I figured I’d make a suggestion.
Seems that pentagrams are difficult to put together completely, requiring a significant amount of hunting (certain pieces being rarer then others) just to put one together. I did take a look at the available weapons and their GM counterparts, which are significantly easier to get. Here are the numbers:
Dreams bow – 4d4 + 41 speed 53 equaling 45-57 damage.
Lothians – 2d10 + 36 speed 54 equaling 38-56 damage.
Air pentagram bow – 4d4 + 28 speed 53 32-52 damage.
Shadow pentagram fork – 5d4+25 speed 45 equalling 30-45 damage.
I’ve found two lothians, two dreams bow. Haven’t completed a single pentagram set yet.
So maybe the pentagram weapons should be better? Perhaps they should penetrate their respective elements? Or more significant special properties?