Once a year, Father Olaf delivers presents to all the people of the world in one night.How does he do it? With the help of the Sleigh of the Storm, and the vital Shard of the Storm within it.
The proud dwarven Captain Dugfar stood atop his mighty machine of magic and stone looking down the mountain they had just emerged from; letting the wind whip his beard over his shoulder… "This is a proud day for the Dwarves!" He bellowed. "...and this is just the start!"
Deep within the bowels of the perilous labyrinth, the fearless heroes come upon a grand, ornate chest. Eager for more plunder to line their pockets with, they heave up the lid - to find nothing. A red herring? Maybe not.
A mid-sized sailing ship with an embedded Shard of the Storm.
A world reknown jester was no fool when his mis-applied one of his amusing spells to create a unique way to carry his loot.
After nearly killing himself with the first set of Hot Wheels, Bligard Wirecraft, attempted to improve the design and add some safety. Again the device almost killed him.
This wondrous item has only appeared in the last 150 years. Designed and build by an old and wise (mad or stupid said by some) gnome who loved to travel. This wizard, Bligard Ã¢â?¬Å?TripÃ¢â?¬Â Wirecraft, had the love for travel but hated the standard voyage methods (Horses, Flying, Teleportation, etc). So he developed a set of magic wheels that could be attached to a standard 4-wheel cart to get him from point A to point B as fast as possible. The first set of Hot Wheels nearly killed him, for you see the wheels have only two settings, on and off.
The idea of using tattoos to contain magic powers is not a new one. The Ink gauntlet follows the basic premise of using rare and precious inks to inscribe spells into the skin of a mage or would be spell-imbued person. Some of these inked spells might be permanent, while others might fade after being used once, or a preset number of times.