The Stones of Asthmir are made by the people of Kasmir, the people who dwelled deep within the Eastern Jungles. They made the seeing stone as to gain an adventage against their enemies, but they saw things with which they did not want to see.
The last King of Kasmir saw his death, the gods had taken him and gorged his eyes out and then threw him into the nine hells, as punishment for his sins. When the king saw this he went mad and ordered the stones destroyed. But it was of no use. They had made the stones too durable. They finally took them far north to the Icefire Moutians, where they took them to a keep guarded by Kasmir Guards. There they remained until the desrtuction of the Kasmir. They have spread across the world.
They gives you sight into the future, of things that are, things that will be, and things that have not yet come to pass. This knowledge can come with a price, for sometimes shows you things you'd rather not see.
Able to be honed into the hilt of blades, it gives a slight look into the enemies moves before they happen.
Not Registered Yet? No problem.
Do you want Strolenati super powers? Registering. That's how you get super powers! These are just a couple powers you receive with more to come as you participate.
- Upvote and give XP to encourage useful comments.
- Work on submissions in private or flag them for assistance.
- Earn XP and gain levels that give you more site abilities (super powers).
- You should register. All your friends are doing it!
? Responses (4)
Serious improved by MoonHunter via an edit.
Ok, while the grammer kind of killed me I think I like the beginning of this item. It has some spelling and grammar issues and is far to short a description for something of this magnatude but I think it has definate promise.
A little more history into why they were made, how they were made, did the gods kill the king in such a manner because he had them made? Ripping out his eyes seems to me like it was a punishment for seeing what he shouldn't. The future isn't for mortals kind of thing.
I think the idea is really cool, but the execution is disappointing insufficent.
The last sentence is intriguing! The honed into the hilt bit.