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October 30, 2006, 7:19 am

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Ring of Deception


This ring allows the wearer to go unseen through broad daylight without bothering to become invisible. It is handy for anyone who wants to slip through crowds and not attract attention.

This ring was created by Alzhad so that he could pass through his own guards without being stopped each time. He created his own guards from stone, but the drawback was that not matter how many times he entered his keep, Alzhad was stopped by his sentinels and questioned every time. Alzhad then decided to create just one ring so that he would not have the same trouble each time. Noticing the effect of the ring on not only his guardians, but upon humaniods as well, Alzhad allowed his gread wash over him and he created several of these rings and sold them to the highest bidder. The ring allows the wearer to divert attention from him and to be generally unnoticable to anyone not acitvely looking for him. For obvious reasons, the rings often fell into the hands of rogues, and were assistants in some of the most well-known heists to date.

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The ring allows the character to get the benefits provided by a blur spell. On top of that, it grants a +% bonus to hide, move silently, bluff, disguise, and pick pocket. The effect isn’t so much that the character actually becomes hard to see, simply that he is almost impossible to single out in a crowd.

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April 24, 2003, 8:15
That's clever, like a ring of inconspicuousness, much more subtle than a ring of invisibility. Just a question: who's Alzhad?
Voted valadaar
October 19, 2006, 13:48
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