Technically, this would be the ring of DIM-wit…
A strange, mystical box, with many rumours attached, that does not want to reveal its secret…
A small stone that can absorb and store liquids.
This flute when played by an elven mage or other wizards of good magic can use it’s melody for many uses.
The song of fire can summon heat
the song of water can flood even the smallest of creeks
the song of wind can create hurricane type winds.
The power of each summon is based on it’s users willpower. You think the power of your summon Ex: play the song of fire but want a small spark then think a small spark. Not for novince wizards, weak minded or dirty minded folk
Three shuriken carved from the skull of a dragon, they say they never miss the heart…
It was a beautiful thing, a full length mirror in an elaborate gilt frame. But horror and madness followed it.
Never get lost again with this set of magical stones.
Ever wish you looked a little tougher than you actually are? Well, the Cowl of False Reputation has you covered.
These magical gloves will make sure your fancy suit isn’t ruined by the odd stain or spill.
A cleaver the size of a large shield.
Simple cloth armour with a not so simple secret.
A small, ordinary looking red pouch that deters all but the most skilled thieves.
A magical arrow made by a evil group whose meeting place was in a dangerous old forest. They called themselves the “The Circle of Hell”. This group included members of varied skills and racial background but were dedicated to one thing, the summoning of hell’s highest mountain to our home plane…
In certain parts of the world, DON’T ask for something in a language the barkeep dosen’t understand or say “just give me anything”
A short metal rod connected to a longer wooden handle by ... nothing. The rod floats in the air close to the handle.
The Acorn of the Honorable Whiskered Emissary was grown on a magical oak by the famous druid, Kuwusa. It gives one a very interesting bond with rodents…
Most Orbs study humanoids in one way or another. But only one makes this a full-time job, in its own way…
It is said that Marcus Diellus was an artistic genius. It is true that his paintings are magnificent, but they also have a dark secret.
The finest creations of the gemsmith Sinnameron, the Stones somehow always manage to find their way to the proper people.
This is it. The one that started them all. The very first flaming weapon.
The peasants of the wood use crudely carved symbols to ward off wolves. They think the symbols are emblems of purity and goodness and that keeps the wolves away. The symbols work, but not for the reasons the peasants believe...
The symbols are actually arcance evil symbols which the wolves know and fear, but to which the peasants are oblivious. So how gullible are the peasants going to be when a strange horned man displaying the symbols on his shield turns up and asks for their allegiance?