The country of Throntia is known for three things, its brutal human-dominance attitude, the immeasurable divide between the rich and poor, and its unending thirst for magic (Shameless, acoording to the Elves.)
Many of their productions are deadly and war-like, the most recent of which hail from the mind of Duke Alishtar Alishtov of the city of Haven. his sister, Emera, dabbles in more mundane magics, though her success is most likely due to her association with her brother and the mysterious dissapearences of her compettitors.
These items are intended for further detailing a household, for players that own keeps, or the moe imaginative players.
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The main Glove of Hearth is the Glove of Cleaning:
It is a simple magic items with three cantrips enchanted into them. "Clean"/ "Sweep"/ "Polish"
These gloves are simple long soft cloth gloves of a creme color with a redish agate monted at the wrist. The gloves are clean, but always look quite worn.
There are gloves that will help with cooking (Warm/ Cool/ Flavor/ Alter Flavor) and Laundry (Clean/ Brighten/ Press) and other tasks. Their stones will be different (Green and Blue for these stones). A well prepared household would have a variety of gloves to help with all domestic chores.
These are nothing more than Cantrip Gloves. Many appentices create domestic gloves to help them with their own mundane chores for their master AND because they can easly sell the items for some pocket cash.
These simple statuettes are appealing to a race of Fae creatures and will draw them to the household. One places an offering suitable for these pixie-like creatures and in return, they will perform moderate household chores while the homeowner and any other occupants are asleep. The appearance and materials used to craft these statuette varies wildly by region and culture, along with the tastes of the local Fae.
Leaving the statuette out without a suitable offering will result in the pixies not cleains, but creating disorder the first night. The second night, they will push the statuette onto the floor, or destroy it by some other means. The same holds true if any occupants attempt to spy upon the fae.
If especially offended, they might curse the incautious homeowner.
Statuettes must be placed in plain view to be effective. Those stored will not draw fae.