Rings and Amulets
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A small golden ring with a quarter carat diamond. The style is simple and elegant.
Two amethysts adorn this plain platinum ring.
A gold ring with a large moonstone set in the center. These rings typically carry an enchantment.
Rings such as this one were worn by the Witch's guild to signify membership during their heyday between 550-800 A.S.
The three pearls mounted on a gold base glimmer a faint blue when held out in the sun, offering insight as to the source of their magic.
A large star sapphire flanked by two smaller rubies decorate an otherwise plain gold band.
Three gems, symmetrically equal in size and quality adorn a hammered gold band. The center gem is a ruby, and the two flanking gems are purple topazes.
A hammered white gold ring with a large central diamond and two small pearls, light doesn't fall upon it normally. The ring glitters and fades unpredictably, as though it were lit by an invisible sun shining in an unseen, yet parallel world.
Three opals rimmed with a strange red metal are set in a perfect ring'of stalt — a very rare metal found only in southern Erathia.
A gold band adorned with the shell of a rare beetle found only in the deserts of Enroth. Treated properly by an alchemist, these shells can be made to hold the mightiest of enchantments.
Guinevere was created by the Alchemist Guild under the stones of Castle Kriegspire many years ago. It boosts the magical resources available to its wearer, and eases the use of spells of the Mirrored Path.
Lord Solomon Stone had this ring commissioned during his tenure as High Priest of the Path in 1018. It gives a huge boost to a user's ability in clerical magic, as well as access to a good deal of magical energy.
Desired and sought after by the foolish for ages, this beautiful ring smoothes the skin, clears the voice, and dramatically improves the physical beauty of its wearer, as well as enhancing the personality. The ring also carries a curse of ill luck, and the wearer usually dies of some tragic accident soon after finding the ring.
Also known as the Scholar's Ring, Athena vastly sharpens and improves the intellect of its wearer at the cost physical might. Though the effect upon the physical body is nearly crippling, most sorcerers find the temptation to wear the ring too great to resist.
A turquoise stone bracketed by a bronze chain and clasp makes for an inexpensive, yet charming amulet.
This bizarre amulet was probably created by some alchemist with a distorted understanding of magic. The shape and symmetry help to maintain whatever enchantment he put in it.
The ossified foot of some unknown beast or monster has been inset with a huge, imperfect purple topaz. It's not pretty, but it's certainly magical.
This amulet is composed of two pieces: the front piece is an ancient, perfectly cut rectangle of a strong, stainless metal. The backing is a much more recent gold chain and clasp. Careful inspection of the front piece reveals it to be a plaque displaying the name of some long dead soldier or worker. Symbols on the front probably indicate status and rank.
Ruby Star Amulet
A perfect ruby cut in a star shape and bracketed by a golden clasp give this amulet its name. When viewed in dim light, a fiery spark can be seen dancing in the center of the gem.
Though Morgan's origins are unknown, Morgan has had many owners in the last hundred years, all of them unknown before finding the amulet. The amulet is so mighty, as a matter of fact, that any peasant or child that lays hands on it is sure to become a legend in his own time.
Sometimes referred to as the Amulet of the Fool, this curious relic from before the Silence dramatically increases the personal vitality, magical energy, and luck of the wearer at the expense of personality. While the armor is worn, the face goes slack, the eyes vacant, and the voice subsides to a monotone.