On page 51 of the 1st Age rulebook, for fey's imbued weapons and armor it states: "Imbued items are given an Enhancement Strength X dependent on the Class level. Enhancements gained add to the Properties of the item" I initially assumed that the enhancement strength x applied to the strength of the imbued power. But I believe it could also be interpreted as instead giving an enhancement strength x to the item itself, and I'm not sure which interpretation is correct. Also: Is the properties added to the weapon equal to the Enhancement bonus?
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On page 51 the imbued weapons and armor bonuses listed are added to the the power based on the class level. This is for Fey only. This enhances the power for level 3s and higher.
Each Fey enhancement added to the power does raise the properties by that value.
For Example: Invincible Armor on page 138. The strength of the power on its own is 1 with 1 property. A level 3 Fey with this imbued power would give an additional enhancement of 2 making the strength of the power 3.
So a level 3 Archlord wearing common armor becomes becomes very tough with this power.
Strength of the power is now 3
Common armor is normally Armor 1. With Invincible armor gains a +3 and gives the wearer an enhancement of 3 to his Command.