Disables defence magic.
Only 4 of these were ever made and now only 2 are still operational.
It can only be distroyed by a physical manor.
It can be pushed out of orbit and if so it floats slowly to the ground giving a chance for your enemy to pick it up and use it against you.
If it is cracked it looses all of its power and color, turning into a clear ball of glass-like material, then falls to the ground. (falls not hovers, it could break this way)
It cannot be repaired by any means what so ever.
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