Well this was as DnD as anything I ever saw. Still you have done a great job and within the dungeon crawling universe this is the ultimate mcGuffin to lead the party from one dungeon to another. It feels kind of retro for me but I appreciate the effort and the plot hooks. Go to Comment
Thanks. I left that stuff pretty open. Best that way to fit the outcome into the campaign, and to fit the Imp to the party.
There's an interesting side-plot there, what if it promises wealth and then discovers it can't break out? A trip to see a practitioner of the dark arts, maybe? Perhaps one of the old cult leaders still lives, or is unliving? Go to Comment
I'm not sure that I completely understand the item's power, but otherwise good. See Dragon Lord's comments.
Also, try a more interesting name. The name of the item is the first thing that really grabs the reader's interest.
No one is allowed to do harm to those of Highest/ Imperial rank, those of the Imperial household or those related within two steps of blood. The second tradition is an executioner must be of a higher rank than those he executes. This leads to "issues" when someone tries to harm a member of the Imperial clan or when these members are subversive. Such people are often killed by the being chained under a giant bell. They die within a day or so from the vibration, but they die untouched by Human hands.