The Wizard's Rock was created long ago, and has seen uncountable wizard's keeps and magic battlefields throughout the ages.It is said that there were at one time three such rocks, given created together by the three most powerful wizards of a prime world long since forgotten. One is said to have fallen into the sea when the ship carried it was caught in a storm conjured by a rival mage, lost to underwater crags so deep that no light shines.
This item appears to be nothing more than a single sheet of ancient parchment. The parchment has a reddish tint to it and is covered in a wide range of odd squiggles and diagrams. If they are watched closely, they will be seen to slowly move. Copying any route that the map displays always proves impossible.To use this item, the holder must visualize a destination and then pour some of his own blood on the map. The blood must be a minimum of 2hp, which causes the map to function for 1 hour.
The Nine Gates to the Plane Of Baator is a collection of three books that all look identical. Each has a black leather binding with the lettering on the spine being printed in an unknown type of metal. Each book looks extremely old. The three books are scattered about the multiverse.Each book contains nine pictures depicting horrible scenes of fiends torturing individuals and a piece of an incantation. Each book has 3 real pictures and 6 fake ones.
Full Plate armour that is said to have been forged by Erythnul himself to protect him during his mortality.When Gods were forced to walk the earth as mortals, Erythnul spent a great deal of time in solitude forging a great suit of armour to protect him from any would-be assassins.He placed a great many enhancements on the armour. Most notably he set a large ruby into the breastplate in the shape of a drop of blood.
This large, leather bound book looks like any wizard's spellbook or tome of lore, but inside is an encyclopedic wealth of information about all known Inner and Outer Planes, including their inhabitants, climate, magical rules, major sites of interest (or danger), realms, local gods and sects, and other general information. Anyone studying the tome diligently may learn the skill Knowledge: The Planes at a rate of 1 rank per month, so long as they have skill ranks unused.
Created by a suspicious and paranoid sorcereress, this 4' by 6' polished oval obsidian mirror has powerful enchantments that aids the user who knows its secrets in guarding against betrayal and deceit. First, the user can cast any Divination spell known as though it were 1 level lower for memorization purposes.
This near legendary ring is a band of an unknown metal, expertly carved with small, sharp jagged edges. The centre-stone of the ring is a ruby, which emits a low, purple glow. It grants a +6 enhancement bonus to Intelligence, and a +3 deflection bonus to AC. In addition, arcane spellcaster gain an extra spell per day of each level that they are capable of casting.
Storm Claw is a large, powerful-looking and elaborate metal gauntlet, sporting long blade-like claws and covered in a web of silver wires and tubes. A small cluster of capacitors and storage units sits on the back of the gauntlet. The exact origins of Storm Claw are unknown but it is certainly a powerful object and the technomancers of the Arcanatum revere it as a pinnacle of their art, even though it was not they who created it. Storm Claw acts as a punch dagger +5 of shocking burst, with a number of additional abilities.
The Harmonium officer Salieru-Dei was executed on Ortho as the result of a plot by the Revolutionary League that framed him as one of their members. Unwilling to challenge the decisions of his superiors, Salieru-Dei went willingly to his execution, and it was at this stage that he shed these tears. The Anarachists revealed their plot shortly after his execution. His tears had hardened into a tough, red material. There were initially 5 tears, but 2 have since been consumed.
Also called "Kessek's Teeth," the head of these enchanted bolts are made of bone and have two long fangs curving out from the centre. When one of these bolts strikes an opponent, the fangs takes on a life of their own and begin eating their way slowly and painfully through the victim's body. According to legend, Kessek was a Bariaur chieftain on the Outlands who was forced to watch his people starve during a winter storm in the Cleft of Tears many centuries ago.