The covenstone known as The Iron Labyrinth draws upon the Realm of Autumn to empower a coven with additional capacity for performing rituals, drawing upon the bonds created between members of the coven.

These items are usually finely crafted to appear like a miniature city crafted of gleaming metal and often exhibit Queros, rune of plots and Hirmok, rune of dominion.

Covenstones can be crafted in a great variety of different forms but are usually large enough to form a decent centre-piece for a ritual. Regardless of the precise form it takes, a coven that uses one is careful to ensure that it plays a central role in their ceremonies. A covenstone is a potent representation of the bonds that tie a coven together and the power that their oaths allow them to wield. They are usually bespoke and thus depict runes and motifs that are relevant to the coven for which they were made.


  • Form: Paraphernalia. Takes the form of a piece of ritual paraphernalia. The item must be present in the ritual to use its magical properties.
  • Effect: Once per day the coven may perform an Autumn ritual that does not count towards their daily limit of rituals performed.
  • Materials: Crafting the iron labyrinth requires five ingots of tempest jade, five measures of green iron, three ingots of weltsilver and six measures of dragonbone. It takes one month to make one of these items.