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A Sunfire Pectoral gives both additional magical power, and additional protection in battle


A pectoral comes in a variety of forms, but the most common are a jewelled necklace that is suspended from the neck. They often have a large medallion, usually marked with runes. Regardless of their shape, a Sunfire Pectoral is formed of orichalcum alloyed with gold or occasionally copper, coloured and polished with iridescent gloaming, and usually with green iron alloy chains or buckles holding it in place. They are often inlaid with decorative gemstones. It is common to see a Sunfire Pectoral marked with a heraldic device in Dawn, the League, Highguard and the Marches, but even in nations where heraldry is not common they tend to bear a symbol of either a leaping flame (especially in the Brass Coast, where a particularly garishly decorated pectoral is sometimes called a Flav's flame after a notorious corsair battle-magician) or the sun - a common symbol of the Virtue of Pride.

Wearers often seem to be energetic and passionate, and are especially vocal about strongly held beliefs or philosophies. It is common for the pectoral to bear the rune Zorech, which accentuates these traits.


  • Form: Armour. Takes the form of a suit of mage armour. You must be wearing this armour to use its magical properties.
  • Requirement: You must have both the magician and battle mage skills to bond to this item.
  • Effect: You gain one additional point of personal mana and one additional rank of endurance.
  • Materials: Crafting a Sunfire Pectoral requires four measures of iridescent gloaming, four ingots of orichalcum and eight ingots of green iron. It takes one month to make one of these items.