Scroll of Recovery
Reading out the powerful magical stanza in this scroll restores vitae to all characters of your choice within the range of the spell. Magical scrolls are created from quothian silk which has the ability to retain and bind magical energies, though it has grown scarce lately, mainly due to squabbles and the ensuing trade war between benemite magi families.
This wand was wielded by a famous pagan witch called Elakira during the War of Liberation, featuring a gold-banded runic bone shaft with a magic gem floating inside a gold ring in the tip. The wand itself is a powerful artifact, boosting the power of spells casted by it’s wielder. Elakira is revered even today as a saint by worshippers of Xirion, the god of magic.
Cube of teleportation
Teleportation cubes are devices that are powered by Ancient magics. Using the cube, it’s wielder can move from one place to another in the blink of an eye. The cubes might have been used to traverse immense distances back in the past, but with modern knowledge the range is limited to the user’s line of sight.
This high-quality dagger is clearly megeian in origin. The slightly curved patterned blade suggests that it was made by a bladesmith in the city of Kruesol, with it’s polished volcanic stone hilt. While benemite and megeian work are more commonplace, the best metalcraft comes from Veletia, though they are rarer nowadays with the Megeian empire controlling the eastern trade markets and imports.
This magical arrow is covered with frost and feels cold when touched. An exact shot with a froststrike arrow blasts the target with freezing cold, incapacitating and stunning them. Enchanted meticulously with rare elemental essence, the know-how to make these arrows is a secret jealously guarded by the best enchanters in Agemonia.
Prismatic Jewel is a rare magical wonder, crafted by skillful enchanters by combining magical essences and binding them to a gemstone. When activated, the jewel releases its enchantment to fill the user with arcane winds, allowing them to move and act with blinding speed. The speculation whetever they contain aox energy or not is a topic hotly debated and denied by benemite enchanters.
Ring of Shifting
The background of this ring is unknown, but it used to belong in the collection of artefact collector Wolyon Pennark, a grand magus in Runedale. A servant passed rumor that the ring had caused nightmares so Wolyon got rid of it. Wrought from gold with an elongated gemstone in the setting, wearing the Ring of Shifting causes the wearer to appear to be shifting in and out of focus, aiding in evading attacks.
Hook & Rope
A hook attached to a rope is used for throwing and climbing. It can also be used as a weapon. These are commonly seen in the hands of stevedores and sailors in ports, though some remember them as the weapon of choice for a notorious Ambergate gang, The Steel Hooks, wielded with deadly precision in street brawls.
Though some might scoff at the idea of wooden shields and their paltry protection, many still remember the tale of Rael the woodsman who fended off a Benaethid attack with nothing more than a shield, surviving the encounter after jamming his shield into the beast’s maw. Lucky for Rael, the benaethid in question was young and only had a single head, otherwise the tale might be quite different.
Amulet of Shonosh
This beautiful magical amulet, granting blood-coagulating powers, was crafted by Shonosh, a legendary Sun Priestess from the city of Kruesol. The amulet resembles a corpse beetle indigenous to the dry deserts of the Megeian Empire, and the sinister design, while eye-catching, is unbecoming to most regular folk. Wearing one in public will surely catch attention, though not of the positive kind.
No one knows why sometimes creatures in Agemonia grow these magical bones in their bodies. Runic bone is, like its name implies, bone with glowing runes on the surface, used as a magical component for many purposes. Naturally occurring “monster graveyards” are a good but very dangerous place to find this valuable ingredient. It is essential in making the most potent magical weapons and arrows.
A potent venom milked from nazag centipedes, this substance is a powerful paralytic that can stop the target’s heart altogether in large doses. Favoured by assassins and unsavoury sellswords, nazag venom is a blood-red liquid, hot and viscous to the touch, burning exposed skin upon contact. Nazag venom is a banned substance in Benem, and anyone caught with a vial will face dire consequences.
Sometimes some plants and trees in Agemonia start to grow potent magical roots on them which glow and radiate with a strong magical aura. Great care is required to collect these roots, because they easily lose their magic if ill-handled. Used in the creation of the most powerful elixirs and scroll inks, they can only be found in the wild and refuse to grow in captivity.
A backpack is a bag with straps that fit over your shoulders, distributing the weight. Double-stitched seams make the pack very sturdy, with metal clasps and fastenings. The bags are made from tough and waterproof gronth-hide. Gronth are a docile domesticated animal with three horns, and herds of grazing gronth are a common sight when traveling through the farmlands around Benem.
A small vespir figurine carved from obsidian. When the correct command word (sold with the figurine) is spoken by the owner, the figurine becomes a living creature under the control of the speaker for a period of time. Magical figurines were nearly banned in Benem after an individual unleashed the creature in an altercation, leading to the death of a bystander in a tavern brawl.
POTION OF HEALING
The essential ingredient in a potion of healing is the beautiful and magical star lotus herb. Most of these ornate glass bottles are adorned with the emblem of master alchemist Riabo. While expensive and scarce, some can still be procured from his emporium. It is rumored that there is a rare, more potent version of this tonic available, but the process is only known to scent few master alchemist.