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This rod is usually made of wood and bone, bleached with beggar's lye and then stained darker colours. It often bears the rune Naeve (hunger) rather than Kyrop (weakness). The Varushkans and Imperial Orcs alike decorate these rods with the teeth of predatory animals, especially wolves.

The rod takes its name from the hungry Winter Eternal Sorin, and it is not often used by pious individuals. In Highguard especially it is called a withering rod instead, where they sometimes tell the stories of Mahalath of Habor's Retreat and her daring, but clearly virtuous, escapades in which such a rod is often used to good effect.


  • Form: Rod.
  • Effect: Once per day when you cast the weakness spell you can do so without spending any mana.
  • Materials: Crafting a whelpmaster's fang requires nine measures of beggar's lye and six measures of iridescent gloaming. It takes one month to make one of these items.