Martial melee weapon (longsword), 1d8 damage, Finesse, Versatile (1d10) (requires attunement by an elf or half-elf of non-evil alignment)
Toruviel is a double edged longsword with near unmatched balance and surprisingly light in weight. As a result, it can be wielded with exceptional dexterity. Runes adorn the center of the blade which are obviously elven, but so old that only the oldest living elves could have a chance of deciphering them. The blade is made of a brightly polished metal which almost seems to shine with an inner light. The guard is made of brass and metal, and the two-parted heft has tightly braided metal wire tightly wound top to bottom. The craftsmanship is second to none.
While holding Toruviel you gain darkvision out to a range of 120 feet. The sword is used as an arcane focus for spells.
Bonus to hit: +2
Bonus to damage: +2
While holding Toruviel, as a bonus action, you can send a blast of air out of the sword. The blast area is a 5 ft wide, 20 ft long. Anyone caught in the blast area must make a Strength saving throw or be pushed 15 ft away from you. Creatures who are one size category smaller than you in weight, get a disadvantage to their saving throw. Creatures who are one size category larger than you in weight, get an advantage to their saving throw. Two size categories smaller or larger than you in weight, automatically fail or succeed, respectively. Additionally, for each size category you are below medium in weight, you can propel yourself into or through the air by 20 ft.
While attuned to Toruviel, you are proficient with the lute. You also gain proficiency and Expertise in History, Performance, and Persuasion.
Blade of the Aeromancer
While holding Toruviel, you gain a +2 bonus to spell attack rolls. In addition, you can ignore half cover when making a spell attack.
Blessing of the Aeromancer
While attuned to Toruviel, you gain two extra sorcery points. In addition, you can apply a second metamagic option to a spell.
Feathers and Lead
While holding Toruviel you can adjust your weight relative to your normal weight. It allows you to shift your weight between two size categories below your own, and one size category above your own. If you’re a medium humanoid, you can shift down to small and tiny, and up to large. Each shift down diminishes your weight to one-eighth of the previous category, while each shift up multiplies your weight by eight.
Additionally, as a reaction, you can cast Feather Fall on yourself (and yourself alone, unlike the spell) while carrying Toruviel.
Once a day, while holding Toruviel, you can use a Bonus Action to toss this magic sword into the air and speak the Command Word. When you do so, the sword begins to hover, flies up to 30 feet, and attacks one creature of your choice within 5 feet of it. The sword uses your Attack roll and ability score modifier to Damage Rolls. While the sword hovers, you can use a Bonus Action to cause it to fly up to 30 feet to another spot within 30 feet of you. As part of the same Bonus Action, you can cause the sword to Attack one creature within 5 feet of it. After the hovering sword attacks for the fourth time, it flies up to 30 feet and tries to return to your hand. If you have no hand free, it falls to the ground at your feet. If the sword has no unobstructed path to you, it moves as close to you as it can and then falls to the ground. It also ceases to hover if you grasp it or move more than 30 feet away from it.
This ability resets at dawn.