Ioun Stone (Igneous)

Wonders of NaeraCull: Igneous Trinket

Ioun Stone (Igneous)

Igneous Trinket
Aura faint abjuration; CL 3rd
Slot none; Price 300 gp; Weight 1 lb.

These rocks are generally unremarkable and can only be differentiated from a normal, non-magical rock by those with arcane or divine means,. Formed naturally from the effluent of Mt. Mahangua along with hundreds of mundane specimens, when found these are immediately cut and polished.

Igneous trinkets have formed naturally over the years from multiple eruptions of Mt. Mahangua. When they are harvested, they have no discernible powers until blessed by the lizardmen’s shaman. The ritual to create the stones has been passed down from generation to generation. A resist energy spell is bound nto the stone, which the igneous trinket is able to impart to the bearer due to its inherent properties. While the ritual of how to craft an igneous trinket remains, the knowledge of the spell used to enchant them has been long lost. Each igneous trinket absorbs 10 points of fire damage before becoming inert. Once inert, the polish fades and the rock becomes dull. The igneous trinket only has to be carried to be effective.

DC 15     Igneous trinkets are prized by the lizardfolk for their protective qualities. They are somewhat rare and generally only handed out to the leaders and shamans on patrol.
DC 20     The lizardfolk believe that the igneous trinkets protect them from becoming an undead creature, and carry them even after they have become inert.
DC 25     It is said that igneous trinkets are made from an ancient cutting and polishing process, lost long ago to time, but once common among the ancients. Speculation says that if an alchemist were to learn this lost method, other, similar types of magical stones could be made.

Requirements Craft Wondrous Items, igneous rock fragment from Mt. Mahangua, resist energy (fire); Cost 150 gp

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