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30 Treasures of the Citadel

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1. A gold edged cage enclosing an array of metal parts vaguely resembling a spider. This is a Snad, once - and someday, once again, the property of the Chronomancer Wiethian Long.

2. The necklace of Sverinon

This fine dull-grey metal necklace has a dozen crystal chrysalises. If broken, a Crystal Hornet emerges under the control of the wearer. This control lasts for 2-3 days. A skilled mage may be able to bind one into longer service, possibly as a familiar. If they come within 2 miles of a Crystal Hornet nest, they are likely to abandon their ‘owner’.

3. The Winecellar of Lord Capharith

The late Lord Capharith, most well known for other vises of a darker nature, was also a collector of fine and fantastic wines. His cellar was well hidden by magic and its location was lost with his death. It contains a trove of rare wines. The cellar can be accessed using a magical key buried with him upon using the magic word 'Balthazar!'. Physically, the cellar is located deep within a nearby mountain, the access tunnel having been sealed by several hundred feet of loose rock.



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