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==Description==
 
==Description==
A staff of command is often made of metal, or at least shod and inset with pieces of metal and gemstones. Also called a ''staff of the law'', it provides the wielder with the knowledge needed to control the movement of their enemies. Several prominent wielders of staffs such as these have allegedly fallen into dictatorial or even tyrannical ways - according to common folk tales these staves whisper into the ears of their owners of the joys of control and command, domination and subversion. A magician who relies on a staff of command can often receive a cold welcome among the [[The Brass Coast|Freeborn]].
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A Staff of Command is often made of metal, or at least shod and inset with pieces of metal and gemstones. Also called a ''Staff of the Law'', it provides the wielder with the knowledge needed to control the movement of their enemies. Several prominent wielders of staffs such as these have allegedly fallen into dictatorial or even tyrannical ways - according to common folk tales these staves whisper into the ears of their owners of the joys of control and command, domination and subversion. A magician who relies on a Staff of Command can often receive a cold welcome among the [[The Brass Coast|Freeborn]].
  
It is common to see a staff of command engraved with the incantations used to cast the spells it provides. It is also common to see a staff of command marked with runes of Autumn, most commonly [[Hirmok]] although [[Feresh]] is also common.
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It is common to see a Staff of Command engraved with the incantations used to cast the spells it provides. It is also common to see a Staff of Command marked with runes of Autumn, most commonly [[Hirmok]] although [[Feresh]] is also common.
  
 
==Rules==
 
==Rules==
 
{{Staffs}}
 
{{Staffs}}
 
* '''Effect:''' You may cast the spells [[repel]], [[entangle]] and [[paralysis]] as if you know them.
 
* '''Effect:''' You may cast the spells [[repel]], [[entangle]] and [[paralysis]] as if you know them.
* '''Materials:''' Crafting a staff of command requires five measures of [[Materials#Iridescent Gloaming|iridescent gloaming]], seven measures of [[Materials#Ambergelt|ambergelt]] and ten ingots of [[Materials#Tempest Jade|tempest jade]]. It takes one month to make one of these items.
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* '''Materials:''' Crafting a Staff of Command requires five measures of [[Materials#Iridescent Gloaming|iridescent gloaming]], seven measures of [[Materials#Ambergelt|ambergelt]], and ten ingots of [[Materials#Tempest Jade|tempest jade]]. It takes one month to make one of these items.

Latest revision as of 11:37, 16 August 2019

Description

A Staff of Command is often made of metal, or at least shod and inset with pieces of metal and gemstones. Also called a Staff of the Law, it provides the wielder with the knowledge needed to control the movement of their enemies. Several prominent wielders of staffs such as these have allegedly fallen into dictatorial or even tyrannical ways - according to common folk tales these staves whisper into the ears of their owners of the joys of control and command, domination and subversion. A magician who relies on a Staff of Command can often receive a cold welcome among the Freeborn.

It is common to see a Staff of Command engraved with the incantations used to cast the spells it provides. It is also common to see a Staff of Command marked with runes of Autumn, most commonly Hirmok although Feresh is also common.

Rules

  • Form: Weapon. Takes the form of a staff. You must be wielding this implement to use its magical properties.
  • Requirement: You must have both the magician and battle mage skills to bond to this item.
  • Effect: You may cast the spells repel, entangle and paralysis as if you know them.
  • Materials: Crafting a Staff of Command requires five measures of iridescent gloaming, seven measures of ambergelt, and ten ingots of tempest jade. It takes one month to make one of these items.