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Chapter One: Flame and Faith delves into the role of magic in Warcraft, both arcane and variant rulesfor arcanecorrupdivine. It discusses tion aswell astestsand ordeals divine spellcasters, for and it introducesrune magic to the Warcraft RPG. Chapter Two: Prepare Yourselves! details several new feats related to magic and technology, a new core class called the runemasterand eight new prestigeclasses. Chapter Three: Fountains of Mana offers a plethora of new spellsfor spellcasters all types, of including the new rune families and runes usedby the runemaster. Chapter Four: Destiny and Reward describes new magic items of all kinds, from weaponssuch as the warden'smoon swordto wondrous items such as AIIeria's flute of accuracJ. Chapter Five: Temple of Boom is a tinker's dre?ffi, expanding upon the rules for creating technological devicesand presentingthe most thorough collection of technological devicesthis sideof Ratchet. Appendix One: Constructs focuses upon the creaturesof Warcraft that exemplify the coming togetherof magic and technology,such asthe junk golem and the stone watcher.

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Unless indicated otherwise,we use the following notations throughout to identifu material from other and to distinguishnew material in Warcraft sources Magic & Mayhem when necessary: e One asterisk (* ) refersto the Warcraft RPG. o Two asterisks (* * ) refers to the Manual of Monsters. o A dagger (t) refers to Magic & Mayhem.

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The world of Warcraft is a place of ever-present magic: where sorcerers cast perilous spellsthat risk shattering the world, and where the steadfastservants of the gods stand in eternal vigil against threatsfrom beyond - againstthe Burning Legion and the corruption that can taint even the most heroic souls. Many believe that the primary conflict on Azeroth is between human and orc; but far deeper and more constant is the sffuggle between arcane magic, the magic of pride and personal power, and divine magic, the magic of humility, nature and compassion The consequences this conflict between the of arcaneand the divine have been devastating.Continents have been sundered, worlds shattered,great heroes corrupted and fallen into darkness. This conflict knows neither armistice nor treaty, for it is fought without cessationwithin the heartsof every creature on Azeroth. came prouder and more decadent, and the lust for power only made the Kaldorei more of a beacon to the Lords of the Twisting Nether. Finally, their greatestmage, Queen Azshara, cast a spell in the heart of the Well of Eternity itself - and a way was opened for Evil to invade the world. Through Azshara's breach came the Burning Legion, the most terrifying warriors in existence.This fiendish horde ravagedAzeroth, pillaging entire kingdoms, destroying all that stood in its path, mocking anyone who beggedit for mercy. \fhen the Burning Legion ravaged the land, great heroes recognizedthat arcane magic poseda continuing threat to all living creatures,so they elected to destroy the Well of Eternity and put an end to arcanemagic forever.I.Jnfortunately,among their number wasone Illidan Stormrage,an arcane spellcasterwho dreaded the thought of losing his powers.Secretly he stole some of the \Uell's water and used it to create a new Well of Eternity at Mount Hyjal, thus preserving the power of the arcane.This theft allowed future elven generations to follow in the footsteps of Illidan and Queen Azshara. These elves called themselves the "the high elves" (for they believed that QueI'dorei, their masteryof the arcaneelevatedthem to higher status . They also taught the arcane arts to the ) newly discovered race of humans, who showed a natural aptitude. These human mages,however, were even more reckless than the night elveshad been. The high elf mageswarned their human pupils that magic was addictive,but the acolytes dismissed suggestion any that the tragediesthat had befallen the elveswould also afflict them. The humans were no better at resisting corruption than the elves had been, and eventually the arrogance of wizards brought the Burning Legion to Azeroth once more. Once again, great acts of heroism were neededto spareAzeroth from destruction. Elsewhere, the orcish home world of Draenor, on arcane sorceriescorrupted the once-noble race of orcs, transforming them into the Horde, a nigh invincible army. After ravaging their home world, the orcs came to Azeroth; and with their warlocks, they waged two great wars against the races of human, elf and dwarf. The orcs failed to seize control of Azeroth; during these wars, Draenor itself wasutterly destroyed, and the orcswereforced to relocate to Azeroth.

ArcaneMagic
Magic is the gift of titans to the world, a gift that comes with the highest price. Thousands of years &go, the titans placed the Well of Eternity in the center of Kalimdor to serveasa sourceof restoring, life-giving energy.They intended that the Well's energieswould empower life of all forms to emerge on Kalimdor - plants, animals, monsters,races. After a time, the titans left Azeroth, leaving Kalimdor in the hands of the five dragon Aspects. Yet the Well of Eternity proved too great a lure to remain hidden for very long, particularly from Sargeras and the Burning Legion. The Well was discoveredby the Kaldorei, who were later known as night elves. Ever eager to uncover secrets hidden in dark places,the Kaldorei listened to the \Uell as it promised to give them great power. At the Well's behest, the Kaldorei learned spellspeechand used it to weave the first arcanespells.Within decades, Kaldorei mageshad attained sufficient masteryover arcane magic that they built a great civilization. They founded the imperious city of Ztn-Azshari, from which they extendedtheir domination over most of Kalimdor. Ultimately, the magic corrupted them. The Kaldorei had been a simple folk who gazedblissfully at the stars,enjoying the immortaliry given to them by the Well, but their haughtinessrobbed them of that gift forever. Each succeedinggeneration be-

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ArcaneCorruption
The Warcraft RPG does not include explicit rules that govern arcane magic's corrupting influence on characters,as imposing evil and madness on PCs doesnot necessarily make for a fun gaming experience, and players should be able to play arcanespellcasters who (with a few sensible precautions) need not worry about corruption effects. However, arcanecorruption is a part of the world of Warcraft, and those GMs who think that it might add an interesting twist to their gamesmay wish to employ the following optional system. Arcane spellcasters ffi?y, under certain circumstances,be forced to make a Corruption check. A Corruption check is a \Uill save made against a target number; if the character fails this save, he suffersArcane Corruption damage. A character has an Arcane Comrption allowance equalto his Wisdom plus his total characrerlevels.In essence, number represents "the hit points of this the the soul" - when a character takesArcane Comrp'When tion damage,this number drops. a character's Arcane Comrption allowance reacheszero,the character drops one Comrption category and receivesa Comrption Effect. Comrption Effectsmight include delusions, infirmities, madness addiction dependand ing on the spellcaster's prefened school of magic. Comrption categories (from bestto worst) normal, are tainted, marked, defiled and complete.

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Divination
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Evocation
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For an arcane spellcaster to reach high levels without falling victim to corruption may seem impossible.While the feat is indeed difficult, many mages have, by taking a few precautions,lived long, healthy and untainted lives. Those who boldly (and stupidly) ignore the inherent corruptions of arcane magic are most prone to fall. The GM should be careful not to pen altzea cautiouscharacter with excessive amounts of Arcane Corruption.

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DivineMagic
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ment quest,or exclusionfrom the faith's most sacred rituals and benefits).A testof faith is a major event in a character's life, and the player should understand this and roleplay the consequences the character's of failure; anyone who takes such a failure in stride penalties(suchashigherpenalties invites more severe to casterlevel or a -Z luck penalty on all skill checks) from whatever empowersher faith. If the test succeeds,then once each d"y the practitioner may casta spell asif it were augmented with the Empower Spell feat without incurring the normal spell slot penalty. This benefit lasts for 1 month after the test. The GM must devise testsof faith and determine what conditions areneededto pass. testmay occur at A any time in a divine spellcaster's career,but most often when her dedication to her cause appears be flagging. to V/hen a practitioner spends more time socializing with friends than pursuing the goalsof her faith; when her response the desecrationof a church, sacredgrove or to ancestraltomb is half-hearted or ineffectual; when she shows reluctance in standing up for her beliefs: the powersmay choosethat time to test her mettle. A test of faith doesn't occur more than once each year; usually a divine practitioner will be tested once every 5 to 10 years.However, a GM who has a specialdestiny in mind for a divine practitioner may present the PC with a steady stream of challenges.Though at the time it may seem like the world has turned againsther, in the end the reward is usually well worth the suffering. The ability to endure the worst trials of the godswithout flinching is a hallmark of the greatestheroes of legend. Since the Burning Legion returned to Azeroth, the world's heroes have encountered fel weapons and fel magic with increasingfrequency.As demon cults continue to fester and grow in Desolace,the Ashenvale Forest and other remote corners, gruesome sacrifices are held to entice demons into giving their blood in trade. The cultists use this blood to enchant the weaponsthat they hope will bring about their masters'ultimate victory.

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Demons sometimestempt spellcasters offering by small amounts of their blood in exchange for services. If the recipient drinks the demon's blood within 74 hours of the offering, then the next arcanespell he castswill be a fel spell. Fel blood is highly addictive aswell ascorruprive. Anyone who drinks it must make a DC 13 \Uill save or become dependent on fel blood. lJnless the person consumesfel blood daily, he will suffer a -1 penalty to casterlevel for all spellsand a-Z penalty on all saving throws against spells and magical effects; after 7 days,he may attempt to make a DC 15 \7ill saveto break the addiction.

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countering the To make the aftempt, after successfully spell you must expend another spell of a level at least equal to the spell you are trying to capture (in addition to the spell usedto counter the spell). Make a caster level check (DC = 11 + the spell'scasterlevel). If you you succeed, capturethe spellin your own mind and can castit yourself- even if it isa spellyou norrnally do not know. Altemately, you can scribe the spell into your 74 spellbook. The spell remains in your mind : .ur:.rtll spells, whichever hourshavepassed you next prepare or comesfirst. Ifyou fail in the attempt to capturethe spell, the spellisstill counteredand the spellyou expendedto attempt the capture is still lost. For example,Leanine Starbom, a high elf wizard,is dueling her old nemesisAlastair Bentstaff, a human sorcerer. Leanine readiesan action to counter a spell. Alastair indeed begins casting a spell, and Leanine identifies it aschnnkghming- a spellshedoesnot even She aftemptsto counter it with have in her spellbooks. and She then decidesshewould dispelmagtc succeeds. like to capture the spell and so expendsher 6th-level level check at 1d20 spe spmt ll nrcht .She makesa caster + her casterlevel againsta DC of 11 + Alastair'scaster level. She rolls a total of 19,which isnot nearly enough (Alastair is a l5th-level sorcerer,so the DC was 26). though the spell is She doesnot capture chatnlighmmg, magband sti II countered.Leanine expendedb oth dispel sfuntnuch. If she had succeededin her caster level check, she would have captured clwinlightling in her mind and could,for instance,have castit at Alastair on her next tum. In all likelihood, however, she would have savedit to scribelater into her spellbook.

Feats
The new feats presentedin this section focus on magic and technology. Prerequisitefeats found in other Warcraft books are noted asdescribedin the Introduction.

Actditional FamiIiar [Special]
You gain an additional familiar. Prerequisite: Sorcerer or wizard level 6th. Benefit: You gain an additional familiar in the same way you attained a familiar the first time. Choose another rype of animal to serveasyour familiar. This familiar follows all the norrnal rules for familiars, except that your level in the appropriate class is of treated as5 levels lower for the purposes determining the additional familiar's traits and abilities.

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You are particularly adept at avoiding problems when using technological devices. Prerequisite: Skill Focus (Use Technological Device*). Benefit: When using a technological device,you treat its Malfunction Rating as 1 lessthan it actually is (to a minimum of 1). Special: A tinker may selectAvoid Technological Mishap as one of her tinker bonus feam.

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C-apture SpelI [Metamagic]
You can capture spells instead of countering them, storing them in your own mind. Prerequisite: Arcane EnergyControl x, Block Spellx. Benefiu When you successfullycounter a spell, instead of dismissingit entirely you may instead try to capturethat spell.The spell must be on your spell list.

Dismissible SpelI [Metamagic]
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SpelI Specialization [General]
You are especiallyadept with a single spell. Prerequisites: Spell Focus,caster level 4th. Benefit: Choose one spell that falls into your Spell Focusschool. Your caster level is consideredto be 2 levels higher when casting that spell. This affects all variablesassociated with casterlevel, including leveldependent variables (such as range or damage),md dispeland spellpenetration checks.In addition, when you preparethat spellwith a metamagicfeat, it takesup a spellslot one level lessthan noffnal, to a minimum of its normal level.Forexample,ifleanine Starbom takes (a Spell Specializationand choosesblizzmd* 3rd-level spell), she can preparea maximized blizzmdas a 5thlevel spell,a silent blxzmdasa 3rd-level spelland soon. Special:You may take this feat multiple times. Its effects do not stack. Each time it applies to a different spell.

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The runemaster is a free spirit, more at home in the wild than in the city. He mergesbrute strength with arcanemagic, covering his body with mystic tattoos and often imbuing them with magical energies to increasehis skill in hand-to-hand combat. While a runemastershuns armor, this is more to prevent hindrancesto inscribing his runes than to with unarmed demonstratehis subtletyand finesse strikes.Quite to the contrary, a runemasterprefers Using little trickery to get in the faceof his enemies. the runemastertakesdown foeswith or subterfuge, hammering them with toe-to-toe,all-out assaults, tattooedfistsand feet brimming with arcanepower. primitive yet complex Runic magic is considered by most other races.The dwarveshave taken to it with deft skill, while the tauren study it more slowly.

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Requirements Affiliation: A.y. Feats: Leadership.
Skills : Craft ( technological device* ) 10 ranks. Special: A character aspiring to be an engineer must complete construction of a device with a Technology Scoreof at least 10 without assistance.

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Requirements
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Family Shielcting
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Description
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Rune Effect
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Description
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Description
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Markof Regeneration
20. regeneration The subject gains Transmutation ? Level:Restoration 1 Duration: minute (harmless) negates Throw:Fortitude Saving Yes SpellResistance: (harmless)

Description
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Rune Effect
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Description
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Rune Effect
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Markof Purification
many physical ffiictions. Remoq,tes (Healing) Conjuration 4 Lcvel:Restoration I Duration:nstantaneous (harmless) Throw:Wrllnegates Saving Yes SpellResistance: (harmless)

Markof Restoration
severalmental afflictions. Removes (Healing) Conjuration 6 LevehRestoration Instantaneous Duration: (harmless) Throw:Will negates Saving Yes SpellResistance: (harmless)

Description
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Rune Effect
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Description
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MarkofSpeecl
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Mark ofStriking, Al ignecl
on s A nnnnal weap become cluanc, evil,goodor lawful . Transmutation text] [see 3 Lcvel:Striking weapon TargehOnenatural t Duration: hour (harmless) Saving Throw:Will negates Yes SpellResistance: (harmless)

Description
The subjectgainsthe speed, climbing and jumping ability of a tiger.

Description
One of the subject'snatural weaponsis imbued with highly focusedand energeticspirits.

Rune Effect
The subject gains severalbenefitswhen this mark is activated. The subject's baseland speedincreases 30 feet. by There is no effect on other modesof movement such asburrow, climb, fly or swim. As with any effectthat increases speed,this spell affectsjumping distance (see "J,r-p" in Chapter 4: Skills of the Plnyer's Handbook). The subject gets a +10 racial bonus on Climb checks and retains her Dexterity bonus to Armor Class(if any) while climbing, and opponentsget no specialbonus to their attacksagainsther; however, the subjectcannot usethe run action while climbing. The subjectgets2 + 10 racialbonuson Jump checks.

Rune Effect
Choose an alignment from chaotic, evil, good or lawful when placing the finishing stroke of the mark. Activate this mark to align the natural weapon as chosen when the mark was inscribed.This rune functions like the spell align weapon, except as alreadynoted.

Mark ofStriking,Energy
damage. A natural weapon dealsbonus energ1 Transmutation text] [see 6 Lcvel:Striking weapon TargehOnenatural t Duration: hour (harmless) Saving Throw:Will negates Yes SpellResistance: (harmless)

MarkofSpeecl, Lesser
The subject's speedincreases 10 feet. by Transmutation Level:Motion0 1 Duration: minute (harmless) Saving Throw:Will negates Yes SpellResistance: (harmless)

Description
One of the subject'snatural weaponseruptswith acid, cold, fire or electricity energy.The subject's attacks deal additional energy-based damage,but the subject suffersno ill effects.

RuneEffect
Choose one energy type from acid, cold, fire or electriciry when making the final stroke to complete this mark. Activate this mark to cause the natural This weaponit imbuesto erupt with the chosenenergy. mark dispelsany existing energyeffect alreadyon the natural weapon.For example,if the natural weapon is already flaming when a mmk of energysmkingis activated for cold damage,the flaming effect is dispelled. The energydoesnot harm the subject.The natural weapondealsan extra 1d6points of the chosenenergy hit. damageon a successful Upon striking a successful

Description
The subjectis invigoratedwith energyand gains a quick burst of speed.

Rune Effect
The target'sbaseland speedincreases 10 feet by when this mark is activated. There is no effect on other modesof movement suchasburrow, climb, fly, your speed, or swim.As with any effectthat increases "J.rrnp" this spell affectsyour jumping distance (see in Chapter 4: Skills of the Plnyer's Handbook).

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Successful attacks made with the natural weapon are so strong that they causethunderclaps.

Rune Effect
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Rune Effect
The basedamageof the natural weapon improvesby one stepasthough its sizewere increased. example, For a weaponthat did ld8 points of damagewould improve ro 7d6 with this effect (seeTable 74 in the Playu's Handfuk). Funfrer, the natural weapon dealsan extra 1d6 points of sonic damageon a successful and it hit, acquiresthe thmdcrngweapon specialabiliry (seethe "'Weapons"). DMG, Chapter 7,

MarkofStriking, Sure
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Mark of Striking, Vampiric
I'l atural weapon drains the victim' s life force . Transmutation Striking 5 Leveh weapon TargehOnenatural t Duration: hour (harmless) Saving Throw:Will negates Yes SpellResistance: (harmless)

Description
This mark has the appearanceof an €ye, and the natural weapon almost seemsto seeon its own.

Description
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Rune Effect
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Rune Effect
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Mark ofStriking,Ultimate
Gain deadly reach and ranged atmcks. Transmutation ? Striking Leveh 4 Duration: hours (harmless) Saving Throw:Will negates Yes SpellResistance: (harmless)

Description
The subject'snatural weaponsbecome so powerful that shockwavesprecede them. He no longer needsto make actual physicalcontact with a victim to deal melee damage.

Markofthe Bactger
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MarkoftheGolem
natural armor and damageredu.cThe subject gains tion. Transmutation LevehBeast6 minutes untildrscharged or Duration:2 (harmless) Throw:Will negates Saving Yes SpellResistance: (harmless)

Description
The subject is imbued with the essenceof a snake. Poison sacsdevelop, and the subject becomescapableof injecting poison into wounds he creates.

Rune Effect
\Thenever the subject strikes with the affected natural weapoh, victims struck must succeedat a Fortitude saving throw (DC 10 + 1/Z subject'sHit Dice + subject'sConstitution modifier) or suffer Id4 points of temporary Constitution damage,and another ld4points of temporaryConstitution damclawsor teeth will age 1 minute later. The subject's grow long enough to act aspiercing weaponsfor the mark's duration; the subject gains a claw or bite attack if he did not have one already.

Description
The subject'sskin hardens like stone, warding him againstblows, cuts, stabsand slashes.

Rune Effect
Activating this mark grants the subject a +5 enhancement bonus to natural armor and damage Once the effect has prereduction 1O/adamantine. vented a total of 100 points of damage, it is discharged. \Uhen both this rune and mark of thewerewolf are damageby in effect,the DR lO/adamantinereduces silver weaponsby 10 points, which is taken offthe 100 points of protection provided by mark of the golem.

MarkoftheTiger
. natural w eapon's damage Increases Transmutation Level:Beast1 weapon natural TargehOnepiercrng 2 Durationz minutes (harmless) Saving Throw:Will negates Yes SpellResistance: (harmless)

Markofthelmp
The subject gainsfast healing3 . Transmutation LevehBeast4 10 Duration: rounds (harmless) negates Throw:Fortitude Saving (harmless) Yes SpellResistance:

Description
of The subjectis imbued with the essence a tiger. The natural weapon sharpensand dealsadditional damage.

Rune Effect
The subject'sclaw and or bite attack becomes more potent, the natural weapon's base damage improving by one step as though its were size For increased. example,a weaponthat did 1d6base points of damagewould improve to 1d8 with this effect (seeTable 7-4 in the Player'sHandbook).If the subjectdoesnot have a claw or bite attack, he acquiresone of his choice for the rune's duration.

Description
of The subjectis imbuedwith the essence an imp, granting her superiorhealing powers.

Rune Effect
The subjectgainsfast healing3.

MarkoftheSnake
. I'Jatural attacksbecomepoisonous Transmutation LevehBeast7 natural weapon TargehOnepiercing

MarkoftheWerewolf
damagereduction l)lsiluer. The subjectgains Transmutation

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MarkofVision,Lesser
The subject gainslow-Iight qtision. Transmutation 0 Lcvel:Awareness 1 Duration: minute (harmless) Saving Throw:Will negates Yes SpellResistance: (harmless)

Rune Effect Thisrune functions thespell as dispelmnglc,except
asnoted here. It acts asan areadispel only, affecting everythingwithin a 3O-footradius.The casterlevel of the rune is 10th, so rhe casrerlevel check is 1dZ0+10.

SigilofHealing
Cures 4dB pointsof dnmagefor manJ creatures. (Healing) Conjuration 6 Level:Healing I Duration:nstantaneous or Saving Throw:Will half(harmless) Will half(seetext) Yes or SpellResistance: (harmless) Yes(seetext)

Description
The subject'seyesglow a faint yellow ashe gains the ability to seebetter in dimly lit areas.

Rune Effect
Activate this mark to gain low-light vision for the rune's duration.

Description
A blastof positiveenergyhealsall nearbycreatures.

MarkofVision,True
The subjectseesaII thingsas they really are. Drvination 6 LevehAwareness 2 Duration: minutes (harmless) Saving Throw:Will negates Yes SpellResistance: (harmless)

Rune Effect
All creatures in the area (allies and enemies alike) are cured of 4d8 points of damage. Like other cure effects, sigrlof healingdeals damage to undead in its area rather than cures them. Each affected undead may attempt a Will savefor half damage.

Description
The subject gains the ability to see through darkness;notice magically hidden doors; pinpoint creatures through magical concealment; and see invisible objects, illusions, and the true forms of transmuted things.

Sigilof Healing,Greater
(Healing) Conjuration 7 LevehHealing of except that This sigil functions like sigzl healing, it cures5d10 points of damage.

Rune Effect
This rune functions asthe spell true seeing,except as already noted. MatenalCornponertr:Theinkforthisruneismadefr om 250 gp wonfi of mushroom powder, saffron and fat.

Sigilof Healing,Superior
(Healing) Conjuration B LcvehHealing of This sigil functions like sigrl healing, except that it cures6dl Z points of damage.

SigilofDispelling
Cancelsmaglcal spells and effects. Abjuration Shielding 3 Level: I Duration:nstantaneous Throw:None Saving No SpellResistance:

Sigilof Healing,Ultimate
(Healing) Conjuration ? Level:Healing of except that This sigil functions like sigrl healing, it cures200 points of damage.

SigilofPurification
Remoues bltghtand increases crop yields. Transmutation 3 LevehRestoratron

Description
A blast of counter-magic dispelsmagical spells and effects in the area.

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As sigrl of lesser transportation, except you can designateany location on the plane as long asyou have seen the physical destination at least once (possiblyusing magic) and the destination has not significantly changed.(The GM makesthis determination. If shedecidesthe localehaschangedtoo much since you last saw it then you may end up someplace else that looks very similar.)

RuneEffect
When you inscribethis sigil, you must designate a spot within 500 feet asthe destination by encoding intricate markswithin the sigil.Activating this mark causesall affected creatures to teleport instantly to the destination. The subjects can't take any other actions after teleporting until their next turns. Subjectscarrying more weight than their maximum loadsdo not teleport. If the subjectsarrive in a place that is already occupiedby a solid body, each teleported creature takes 1d6 points of damage and is shunted to a random open space a suitablesurface on within 100 feet of the intended location. If there is no free space within 100feet,eachteleportedsubjecttakes an additional Zd6 points of damageand is shunted to a free spacewithin 1,000feet. If there is no free spacewithin 1,000 feet, each teleported creature takes an additional 4d6 points of damageand the effect simply fails.

SigiI ofTransportation, Greater
Transports creaturesanywhere instantly. (Teleportation) Conj uration LevehMotion7 burst Area:10-foot-radius I Duration:nstantaneous Saving Throw:Will negates Yes SpellResistance:

Description
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Rune Effect
As sigrl of lesser transportation, except you can designateany location on any plane. If you have never been to the designatedplane, then you can inscribe general marks that effectively pick ? r?.rrdom location on that plane. If the indicated destinationhaschangedsignificantlysinceyou last sawit, the effect is the sameasdesignatinga random location on the plane.

SigiI ofTransportation, Ultimate
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Description
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Lesser SigilofTransportation,
Instantly transporrscreaturesa shortdistance. (Teleportatron) Conj uration Lcvel:Motion4 burst Area:5-foot-radius I Duration:nstantaneous Saving Throw:Will negates Yes SpellResistance:

Rune Effect
As sigrl of lesser transportation, except you can designateany location on the plane as long as you have seen the destination at least once and the destination has not significantly changed (seesigrl of nansportation).Also, this sigil is permanent and can be activated any number of times. A sigrl of ultimate transportationthat is disabled becomes inactive for 10 minutes; it can then be triggered again as normal. MaterialComponent:Rune paint laced with powdered amber worth 1,000 gp.

Description
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If insufficient room is available for the growth, the caster attains the maximum possible size and may make a Strength check (using her increased Strength) to burst any enclosuresin the process.If she fails, she is constrained without harm by the materials enclosing her - the spell cannot crush the casterby increasingher size. All equipment worn or carried by the caster is similarly enlarged the spell.Melee and projectile by weapons affected by this spell deal more damage. Other magical properties are not affected by this spell. Any enlarged item that leaves the caster's (including a projectileor thrown weapon) possession instantly returns to its normal size. This meansthat thrown weapons deal their normal damage, and projectiles deal damage based on the size of the weapon that fired them. Magical properties of enlarged items are not increasedby this spell. Multiple magical effectsthat increasesizedo not stack. Aq,,atar dispelsbut doesnot counte r reduceperson. Material Component: A chunk of adamantine worth at least 500 gp.

Description
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Spell Effect
Upon casting this spell, the caster becomes a fighting avatar of her ideals.Her mindset changes sothat sherelishes combat.She loses spellcasting her ability, including her ability to usespell activation or spellcompletion magic items,just as if the spells were no longer on her classlist. The caster gains a +{ enhancement bonus to Strength, a +6 enhancement bonus to Constitution and a +Z enhancementbonusto Dexteriry. She gains a +B enhancementbonusto natural armor (this stacks with any inherent natural arrnor but not with any other enhancements natural armor) and spellresisto tance equalto 10 + her casterlevel. She is considered proficient with all simple and martial weapons. The caster doubles in height and increasesin weight by " factor of 10. This increasechangesthe caster'ssize category to the next larger one. The castergainsan additional +4 stzebonus Strength, to -Z size penalty to Dexterity (negating the erra hancement bonus noted above), and a -1 size penalty on attack rolls and AC due to her increased size. (ln total, the caster will benefit from +8 to Strength, +6 to Constitution, +7 to AC, +3 on attack rolls and +4 on damagerolls.) A humanoid creature whose size increasesto Large has a fighting spaceof 10 feet and a natural reach of 10 feet. This spell does not change the caster's speed.

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Description
The subject becomesas strong and hardy as the toughest orc warriors.

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BreathofFire
Caster breathes fire after consumingliquid. Transmutation [Fire] LevehSorlWiz2 Components: S, M V, Time:1standard action Casting (25 Range: Close ft. + 5 ft./2 levels) Area:Cone I Duration:nstantaneous Saving Throw:Reflexhalf Yes SpellResistance:

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Cyclone
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Counterspell, Lesser
Abjuration LevehHlr 3, Sor/Wiz3 This spell functions exactly as counterspellt, save that it counters spellsof up to 3rd level.

Cripple,Mass
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Description
The castersummonsa small cyclone that lifts the target into the air, spinning him rapidly and buffeting him with powerful winds.

Spell Effect
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Description
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DimensionBlink
a Caster teleports short distance. (Teleportation) Conl uration Level:Sor/Wiz5 V, Components: S Time:1free action Casting (25 Close ft. + 5 ft./2 levels) Range: Targeh You I Duration:nstantaneous

Description
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Description
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Spell Effect
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DivineGrace
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HealingLight
Cures an aIIy or dnmagesundea"d,. (Healing) Conjuration LeveLHlr 3, Plw3 V, Components: S action Casting Time:1standard (25 Range: Close ft. + 5 ft./2 levels) TargehOnecreature lnstantaneous Duration: Saving Throw:Will half(r yes SpellResistance: Description A colurrrn of argent light, coruscatingwith positive energy,beamsdown on the targetand healshis wounds

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Spell Effect
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FrostBolt
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Healinglight, Greater
(Healing) Conluration LevehHlr 4, Plw4 Ashealinglightt,except that it heals 3d8 points of to damage+1 point per casterlevel (r.rp +15).

Healinglight, Lesser
(Healing) Conluration LevehHlr Z,Plw 2 Ashealinglightt,exceptthat it heals 1d8 points of damage+1 point per casterlevel (.rp to +5).

Description
The caster flings forth a blast of super-frozenice and dancing blue energy.The frost bolt slamsinto the target, sending numbing wavesof cold pulsing through his marrow.

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Spell Effect
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targetmust succeed a Fortitude savingthrow or the at carrion beetle hatches and burstsfrom the victim's body, causing 1d6 points of damage.In addition, the newly hatched carrion beetleattacksthe samevictim on the following round if it survivedthe initial damage ( information on the carrionbeetlecan be found in the Manual of Monsters). The carrion beetle begins to attack the caster's other opponents to the best of its ability once the initial target is dead. The carrion beetle is mindless and the caster cannot direct its attacks. After 1 round per caster level, the carrion beetle disappears the end of its tum. at MatenalComponent: Pieceof a carrion beetleshell.

InnerFire
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Spell Effect
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hits the caster in When an enemy successfully casterbecomesincorporeal for a short combat, the time, avoiding further attacks.

Spell Effect
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Description
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Spell Effect
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Transmutation LevehSor/Wiz0 This spell functions like restorelight dnmnget, except that it restoresonly 1 point of damage.

Restore SeriousDamage
Transmutation Lcvel:Sor/Wiz3 This spell functions like restoreLightdnmnget, except that it restores3d8 points of damage+ 1 per casterlevel (maximum + 15).

RestoreMoclerateDamage
Transmutation LevehSorlWiz 2 This spell functions like restorelight damnget, except that it restores2d8 points of damage+ 1 per casterlevel (maximum +10).

Damage, Restore Serious Mass
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Spell Effect
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Description
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Spell Effect
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Description
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Description
You infusethe target with magical energy,allowing her to recall one spell she already cast.

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Spell Effect
This spell only functions on a creature capableof Upon casting this spell, the target imspellcasting. mediatelyrecallsone 4th-level or lower spellor spell slot she has already expended.The spell regained must be a spell that the mrget had previously preparedand expended(either by castingit or by some other means).The spell or spell slot is immediately regained,asif the mrget had not castthat spell at all. Arcane F ocus:An etched ivory charm worth at least 15 gp, worn on a chain around the neck.

Description
in The casterdisappears a showerof multicolored sparks.Appearing from three large concentrations of red-, orange-and yellow-colored sparksare three new copies of the caster. From the shower of red of the Essence Fire, from the orange sparksemerges sparkscomes the Essenceof Earth, and from the yellow sparksrisesthe Essence Storm. Each copy of of the casterhas special powers.

Stitch
bltnd and dumb. Target becomes (Creation) uration Conj Sor/Wiz3, Swh3 Leveh V, Components: S, M action Time:1standard Casting (25 RangeClose ft. + 5 ft./2 levels) TargehOnecreature 1 Duration: minute/level Throw:Will negates Saving Yes SpellResistance:

Spell Effect
This spell cannot be castunlessthe casteris on at leasta lO-foot by lO-foot areaor 5-foot by 15-foot and three areaof open terrain. The casterdisappears place. Th.y each shadow duplicates appear in her look, sound and smell like the caster,though there are small differencesbased on the particular form. They are composedof a quasi-realshadowmaterial within 5 feet of and are tangible. Each copy appears the point where the spellwascast.Each copy regains lost hit points as if having restedfor a day (though this healing doesnot restoreability damageor provide other benefitsof restingfor a duy' changing back doesnot heal the casterfurther). After 1 round per level, the effect ends and the caster'sspirit mergeswith any surviving shadow copy. That copy returns to the character'snormal form while the other copies (if they survived) simply fade away. The caster has the adjusted remaining hit points of the selectedform. If all copiesare slain, then the last copy killed revertsto her original form, though she remains dead. The castercannot usefeatsunlessthey are usable as free actions. Class features that require actions (including any normal spellcasting)are not available while under the effectsof this spell. The copies use the character's normal ability scores,saving throws and Armor Class,along with various modifications based on the particular form. Shadowy versions of all gear and magic items appear on all forms,but triggeredand consumablemagic items are not usable.Persistenteffectscontinue normally. The castercontrols the actions of all three copies as though they were separatecharacters, though

Description
Threadsof pale orangeenergyweavethrough the target's mouth and eyelids, rendering him blind and mute.

Spell Effect
The target is blinded and muted by this spell.He cannot speak or cast spells with verbal components, though he may make noise in other ways(bV clapping his hands, kicking a stone, sounding a gong and the like). Material Component: A needle and a length of thin bronze wire.

Fire Storm,Earthanct
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VII SummonUncleacl
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Description
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VIII SummonUncleacl
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Allies (including the caster) within the spell's radius can drain life with successful melee attacks. For each point of damage they deal to a living opponent with a meleeattack, they gain 1 temporary hit point. An affectedcreaturecannot gain more hit points from a single opponent than that opponent has (i..., his current hit points + 10). These temporary hit points disappeart hour later. An ally gains these benefits only when in the radius of the spell. An ally within the radius when the spell is cast retains the benefits only while she remains within the spell's radius. An ally who enters the radius after the spell is cast gains the benefitsfor aslong assheremainswithin the radius. Material Component: Powdered dreadlord horn.

Spell Effect
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TrueshotAura, Greater
Transmutation Level:Hlr 4, Wtd 5 This spell functions as trueslnt aurat, but grants recipientsa +3 insight bonus on attack rolls and a +6 insight bonus on damagerolls with rangedweapons.

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VampiricAura
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from his bodyand bring it back to the caster.

Spell Effect
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Weapons can have one or more of the following special abilities in addition to an enhancement bonus.A weaponwith a specialability must have at leasta +1 enhancementbonus. Bloodlust: This enhancement causes anyone who takes up the weapon to become seizedwith a lust for battle. The wielder receivesa +4 enhancement bonus to Strength and may make 1 extra attack in each round of combat, exactly as If affected by the bloodlu.sr* spell. This benefit doesnot stackwith other spells, such aslwste orbull' s strength, or a weaponof speed.If slowspell is usedupon the a wielder, the bloodlu.sr benefits are suppressed until the slowspell wears off. Moderate transmutation; CL lOth; Craft Magic Arms and Armor , bloodlust*;Price +4 bonus. Blowthrough: A ranged (but not siege)weapon equippedwith this enhancementprovidesa special blowthrough ability to its ammunition. W'hen the shot hits a target, the ammunition pierces thc creature's body, comes out the other side, and continueson in a direct line awayfrom the weapon owner's square.Ary targets whose squarestouch that line are subjectto attack by that sameshot at no penalty. Each time a hit is scored,the ammunition blows through to the next target, if any, out to the shot's range limit. Note that range penalties apply normally with each successive attack. lJpon any miss,the shot stopsadvancingdown the line at that point. This is a favorite enhancement in w?r-

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regardless what rype of weapon is normally reof quired to penetratethis damageresistance(silver, good and so on). The only resistances not ignored are those that affect the weapon type itself (bludgeoning or slashing), which provide damage resistance usual.Thus, the 5/bludgeoningdamas age resistance a skeleton would not be ignored, of but the l0/silver of a lycanthrope would be treated as 5/silver.For rangedweapons,this ability is conferred to their ammunition when fired. Moderate evocation; CL 9th; Craft Magic Arms and Armor , maglc missile; Price + 1 bonus. Prescience:One of the few divination enchantmentsusedon weapons, ability allowsthe wielder this to look briefly ahead into the future and make changes based what shesees. on Once perbattle (and no more than once in any lO-minute period), she may redo the results of any round after she has finished her actions and seen the resultsof her die rolls. This ability must be declaredand usedbefore the next creature acts. If the prescient power is invoked, the character is retumed to her starting point as if her actions never happened, and she replaysthe round making any changesas she wills. All die rolls she or anyone else made during her actions are discardedand re-rolled asnecessary. For example,a fighter who moved across room and was a hit by 3 attacks of opporrunity might re-rhink that decisionand decide to stayput - if this is the case, those attacks never took place, and all damageshe took is erased. Note that this power doesnot require that the entire combat round be replayed,only the weaponwielder'sactionsfor that round. This ability only functions in combat. Strong divination; CL 16th; Craft Magic Arms and Armor, momentof prescience; Price +3 bonus. Reloading: This ability can be conferred to crossbows or firearms. A.y character wielding such a weapon is treated as having the Rapid Reload or Lightning Reloadfeats,asappropriate. the characIf ter alreadyhasthosefeats,his reloadspeed increased is still further. If a move action is required,the item can be reloadedas a free action; if a full-round action is required,the item can be reloadedasa move action. For longer periods, the delay time is halved. A^y item reducedto a free-action reload can be fired as often as if the character were using a bow. Moderate transmutation; CL 1Oth;Craft Magic Arms and Armor , haste;Price + 1 bonus.

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Claws of Attack, Ferocious
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DrunkenMaster' s SecretTonic
Description: The pandarenbrewmasterChou Ling Sing introducedthis magnificentbrew to the acrobats of Slink Strong'sGoblin Circus asa gift for teaching him the tricks of goblin tumbling. Since then, many have copied the brew's recipe and it is enjoyed by many a stealthy, acrobatically inclined perficrmer. Powers: The tonic is potent, and a single swig from a bottle can make the drinker appearas if she were inebriated. This deceptive state of clumsy motion allows a +10 bonus on Bluff checks when attempting to feint an attack. An unopened bottle of this tonic holds 10 swigs. Faint transmutation;CL 5th; Brew Potion , ca/s grace;Price I,750 gp; Weight 1 lb.

Hong's FightingLager
Description: Combat is a state of grace amongst the shodo-panof the pandarenempire; and asmuch as it is an art form, it is thirsty work. Hong's fighnng lngerrevivifies fatigued and frightened soldiersand warriors after fighting a long and difficult battle. It is alsohighly valued for its crisp wheat tasteand subtle honey and citron-like accents. Powers: A single mug of this mighty beer removes a fatigued condition in 7 hours of rest as opposedto 8, aslong asthe drinker imbibesthe fluid slowly. Drinking the lager as a full-round action while sickened or shaken removes the effects for 1d6 hours or the duration of the effect, whichever is shorter. Swigging back the ale in a thirsty frenzy doesnot grant any specialproperties.A keg of this beer holds 20 mugs' worth. Faint transmutation;CL 5th; Brew Potion, bless; Price 375 Bp;\Teight 10 lb.

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Many of the rods, staffsand wands describedin the DMG are known to exist on Azeroth. Several additional such items arefound only in the world of Warcrafit. Some of them are describedbelow. \Uhen any rod, staff or wand is called for via random treasure selection,roll I5oh of the time on Table 4-5.

Minclstaff
Description: This gnarled length of wood features unusual wrinkles, like those found in a sentient brain. The tip is a chunk of onyx carved with concentric circles that seemto ripple slowly across the surfacein an oddly entrancing optical iflusion. Powers: This staff allows for useof the following mind-affecting spells: o Charm person charge) (1 . Hy|notism (1 charge) o Daze monster(1 charge) o Charmmonster (7 charges) o Sugges (Z charges) tion o Mass suggesrion charges) (3 o Mass cltarm monster(4 charges) In addition to these powers, the staff allows its owner and all allied characters to memo rrze one additional lst- ,Znd-, and 3rd-level arcanespellper d"y. These must be spells from the enchantment school and do not stackwith any other bonus spells provided from magic items (..g. , a nng of wizardry),

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Description: This platinum ring appears have to been made of thin strandsof spidersilk woven in a concentric pattern. Eleven garnetsarrangedlike a spider's eyesstareout from a web-shaped faceplate. +7 enhancement Powers: The ring provides a bonus to Dexterity and allows the wearer to spider climb3 times per d"y for up to 10 rounds per use. Faint transmutation; CL 7th; Forge Ring, cat's grace, spiderclimb;Price 19,IZ0 gp.

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Scrollof Protection
Description: This scroll appears be little more to than a rolled-up strip of parchment with a few magical words inscribed acrossits surface.With a few moments of studying, however, any character can read the runes without difficulty. Powers: When read, this scroll provides a +3 deflection bonus to the AC of all allied creatures within 30 feet. The effectslast for 12 rounds. Faint abjuration; CL 7th; Scribe Scroll, shield" of cast with the \Uiden Spell feat (even though fatrh that feat normally doesnot affect that spell); Price 1,400gp.

Replenishment Scroll
Description: These sheetsof parchment appear at first to be ordinary magical scrolls, but upon examination, their language shifts to something that can be understoodeasilyby the reader. Powers: This scroll combines the effectsof healing and spellrecovery.The unusualcombination of divine and arcanemagic requiresa creator skilled in both typesof spellcasting. \fhen read, the userand all allieswithinaZ)-foot radiusarehealedof 1d8+9 hit points of damageand recover 7 \evels of spells previously cast.These spell levels can be any corrrbination of Z levels,such as one Znd-level spell or two lst-level spells. EachO-levelspellcountsasone l st-levelspell.If a beneficiaryof this magicdoesnot have 2 levelsof spellsavailable,the excess recovery is lost (it cannot be savedand usedlater). Moderate transmutation and conjuration; CL 9th; Scribe Scroll, masscure light wound.s, Rarey's mnemonicenllancer;Price 4,050 gp.

Scrollof Regeneration
Description: This scroll is inscribed on crisp, clean parchment that staysa brilliant white even if exposed dirt, grime,or mud. The wordsinscribed to thereon are magical,but easilyunderstood,and are written in a circle that rotateswhen read,allowing the inscription to be easilyrepeated. Powers: This scroll must be read aloud and corrtinuouslyasa full-round action. The characterdoing the reading must concentrate fully upon the scroll and may not move while invoking its powers.If he is attacked, he must make a Concentration check as usual to avoid being interrupted. For as long as he readsthe scroll, he and all his allies within 30 feet heal 3 hit points per round, but only if they can hear the magical words as they are spoken (possiblyrequiring Listen checks in some circumstances). The character may continue reading for as long as he is able, although after 10 roundsof continuous chanting he must make a Will save (DC 10 + I for each round afterthe 10th) eachround to avoid slippingup and interrupting the magic. Once the reading is disruptedby any means,the scroll crumblesto dust. Moderate conjuration; CL 15th; Scribe Scroll, wound.s cast with the Widen Spell feat, cure serious even though that feat doesnot normally work with this spell;Price 5,750 gp.

Replenishment Scroll, Greater
Description: This scroll resembles a replenishment scroll,butis about twice the length of that item and confers an increasedeffect. Powers: This scroll healsZd8+1 1 points of damage and recovers 3 levels of spells. The })-foot range is not increased,however. Moderate transmutation and conjuration; CL llth; Scribe Scroll, mass cure moderatewounds, Rarey'smnemonicenllancer;Pnce 5,500 gp.

Replenishment Scroll, Lesser
Description: This scroll resembles a replenishment scroll, but is only about half the length of that item and confers a reduced effect Powers: This scroll healsonly 1 point of damage and recovers only 1 level of spells. The Z)-foot range is not decreased, however. Faint transmutation and conjuration; CL 7th; Scribe Scroll, cure hight wound.s, Rarey's mnemonic enhnncer; Prtce 1,750 gp.

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Boots of Quel'Thalas
Description: Boorsof Quel'Thalasare created of soft leather tooled by the high elves' most skilled then trimmed in silverenchantedby elven artisans, wizardsto grant the wearer magical agility. They are often passed from one generation to the next in elven families. Powers: The wearer of these boots gains a +7 enhancement bonus to his Dexterity, adding the usualbenefits to AC, Reflex saves and other uses of the Dexterity modifier. 'WonModerate transmutation; CL 8th; Create drous ltem, cat'sgrace,creator must be a high elf; Price 4,000 gp; Weight negligible.

Cap of Raiclen
Description: Createdby the pandarengeomancer Raiden, these caps are wide and slightly conical, woven from specially treated bambus reed. Iron wire threads through the cap in a lightning-like pattern. Inside of the conical cap is a series of painted sigils.These sigilscombined with the iron thread give the cap its power. Once charged, the threadsglimmer with a soft blue light. Powers: The cap offers resistanceto electricity 10. It can alsostoreelectricity touch attack spellsas (to charges a maximum of 10 charges . The usercan ) expend 1 charge to deliver a shockinggraspto a target as if the wearer were a Znd-level wizard. Expending 5 charges casts a lightningbolt as if the wearerwere a 5th level wizard.Casting electricity touch attack spellson the cap will charge it, but it does not absorb electricity spells that target the wearer. Moderate evocation; CL 5th; Craft Wondrous Price Item, Iightningbolt,resistenergJ shockinggrasp; , 30,000 Bp;Weight 1 lb.

Boots ofSpeecl
Description: These boots are a favorite among orcish light infantry, where they provide a speed boost to leadersconsigned to ground movement. The boots of speedare created using the tanned hides of kodo beasts treated to remain soft and comfortable on the inside while protecting the feet from rocks and other obstacles. Powers: Thesebootsgrant an additional30 feet to the wearer'smovement speedon land. This is considered an enhancement bonus. If the owner is to carryinga medium load, the bonus is decreased 20 load, it drops to 10 feet. feet, and if carrying a heavy Moderate transmutation; CL 8th; Create \Uonretreat,creator must be an drous ltem, expeditious orc; Price 4,500 gp; Weight 1 lb.

Brooch the CryptLorcl of
Description: The spider kings of Azlol-Nerub created a number of these powerful elder items. More than a few of thesebroocheshave made their way into the hands of servants of the Scourge. the spider-likelegs,outer shell Stylizedto resemble and scything armsof a crypt lord, this gold and blue enamel brooch is a powerful protective item. Inscribedon the back of each brooch is the ancient tongueof the spiderkings of Azlol-Nerub,denoting which crypt lord the wearer supposedly serves.

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DiamonclofSummoning
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Figurineof WonclrousPower,FrostSharcl
Description: This item looks like a chunk of ice carvedfrom the purestcrystal.\Uhen held, it seems to draw body heat from its owner, chilling his flesh in a notable, but harmless,manner. Powers: This item functions usingthe rulesfor a figurine of wondrouspower except as noted hereafter. \Uhen activated, the shard transforms into a frost revenantxx with its weapon at the ready.The creature obeys as long as it is not given orders contrary to its nature, such as to work alongsidea fire revenant, attack other frost-basedcreatures, and the like. Should theseconditions not be met, or if the summoner is slain, the frost revenant goes rogue immediately and ac$ as it seesfit, either fighting if it feels victory is assuredor fleeing ro make its own way in the world. If the frost revenant is slain, or a full hour passes, revertsto statuette it form. The item can be usedtwice per week,but not within 1 day of a previoususe. Should this figurine ever come into contact with aninferno stone, both objects explode, causing 6d6 impact damageto all within a 5-foot radius. Strong transmutation;CL 12th; Craft Wondrous Item, animateobjects; Price 20,000gp; Weight Il}Ib.

Figurine of Wonclrous Power,StoneToken
Description: This chunk of igneousrock has an oval-shaped smooth section hollowed out and carvedwith unintelligible runes. Powers: This item functions using the rulesfor a figurine of wondrouspower except as noted hereafter. When activated, the token transforms into a stone golem and awaitsits master's command.The golem obeys all orders to the letter, interpreting them with stubborn precision.If its masterdies or leavesits sight, however, it forgetseverything and goesberserk, attacking the nearest creature with uncontrollable abandon. The item can be used once per week and lastsfor 4 hours. Strong transmutation;CL l Zth; Craft \Tondrous Pric Item, animateobjecrs; e 24,000gp; Weight 1 lb.

Firehancl Gauntlets
Description: These high-quality gauntlets appear at first glance to be made of a reddish-tinged leather, but upon careful examination their true natLrrebecomes obvious - they are crafted from dragon'shide. \Uhile worn, they give off a softly flickering red glow as if made of crackling embers. Powers: Theseglovesprovide a + 5 armorbonusto 5. AC aswell asfire resistance Upon command,they can be made to burst into flame, scoring an additional 1d6 points of fire damageupon a successful grapple or unarmed strike. The gloves may not be removedwhile flami.g, and if the wearerattemptsto graspanything, he could conceivably set it on fire (running one'shandsthrough one'shair while wearing theseglovesis not a good idea,for example). Moderatetransmutation;CL 1Oth;Craft Magic Arms and Armor, Craft Wondrous Item, dragon hide, flame blnde fireball; Price 49,I50 gp' Weight negligible. or

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HelmofValor
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Helm of Battlethirst
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Description: The first of these pipes was carved by the arch-wtzardKhadgar while he studied with the acolytesof Dalaran. Though the look of subsequent pipes insight varied slightly, most appear has of similar, with a stem of gnarled wood and a deep bowl made of yellowed bone. Powers: When the pipe is used,it emits a cloud around the userin of fluorescentsmokethat spreads a 75-foot radius.Everyone in this areafor an hour gains the effects of a full night's rest (including may healing and regainedhit points). Spellcasters preparespellsand meditate during this hour. Faint conjuration; CL 5th; Craft Wondrous Item, cwre Price 12,000gp; Weight negligible. madcrate wounds; Powers: Any creatureusing its body or handheld weaponsto attack the wearerof this cloak while it is activated suffers1d6+5 points of electricity damage strik. (the attackerstill inflicts damon a successful ageasnormal).Those usingmetallic weapons(such as a sword or an armored gauntlet) suffer an addiAt tional Id4 points of electricitydamage. all times, the cloak provides the wearer with resistanceto electricity 10. Moderate evocation; CL 7th; Craft Wondrous Irem, fire shield, Iightning bolt; Price 54,000 gp; Weight 1 lb.

Legion Doom-Horn
Description: These large horns are carved from the tusks of the mightiest kodo beastsand ringed with hairs cut from the heads of fallen orcish heroes.The interior of a doom-hornis blackened as if gutted with flame, but is smooth and cool to the touch. Powers: Once per duy, the owner can blow this horn as a full-round action, producing a tremerlacross note that reverberates dous,resoundingbass the battlefield. The individual blowing the horn and all his allies within 60 feet of her position are instantly cured of Zd8+9 points of damage. In increase their baseland moveaddition, all subjects ment by 30 feet for 10 rounds.This bonus doesnot stack with any other speed-enhancingspells or items, such as hnsteor bootsof speed. Moderate conjuration and transmutation; CL mass 1 l th; Craft Wondrous ltem, expeditiousretreaL wounds;Price 77,7Z0 gp; \7e ight 5 lb . curemoderate

ManaStone
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Lightning Cloak
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just prior to use.The owner placesthe device where he wants it to be, puts his hand atop the smooth "Activate Explosives"followed by surface,and says the word he wants to invoke detonation. The bomb then arms itself and waits to hear that word. It will wait up to a week before its magic runs out. Once activated,the bomb may not be disarmed;and every time it is moved, a DC 15 Use Technological Device* check must be made to avoid setting it off. The trigger word must be spoken in the original language used to arm the bomb. The device has an effective +70 bonus on Listen checks in situationswhere its "hear" a command word is in question. ability to Faint transmutation; CL 7th; Craft \Tondrous Item, castermust have 5 ranks in the Listen skill and must create the bomb himself; Price 370 gp; Weight 10 lb.

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9 Fragments
This fragment isactivated asthe B-fragmentshadow orb and grants the samebonuses,except as follows: The owner's shadowbonus on all attack rolls and deflection bonus to AC both improve to +4, and circumstance bonus on Hide checks improves to +70. She may summon shadows three times per duy. The owner heals 1 point of damage per level every hour rather than every duy. (This ability cannot be aided by the Heal skill.) Nonlethal per healsat a rate of 1 point of damage level damage every 5 minutes. Lost limbs, organs and other missing body parts grow back after 1 minute. Faint abjuration and ffansmutation,strongconjuration, evocationand illusion;CL 15th;Weight 9lb.

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Changing Speed: A pilot may accelerateor decelerate a vehicle up to one speedincrement and require only a standard Maneuverability check to maintain control of the vehicle. For each additional speed increment the pilot acceleratesor the decelerates vehicle, he must make a Maneuverability check with a l penalty per increment. Turning: A vehicle canbe tumed up to 45 degrees and require only a standardManeuverability check by the pilot to maintain control. Tuming more than 45 degreesrequires a full-round Maneuverability check with a 4 penalty per additional 45 degrees. Drifting: The pilot may drift a vehicle while it's moving, sliding the vehicle laterally to the left or right while continuing to travel forward. For each vehicle width a vehicle drifts, a Maneuverability check must be made with a -4 penalty.

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Mechanical Sentry
Description: These 5-inch wooden spherescan be used to set a perimeter around a campsite,or to securea hallway. A ring mounted on one side can be pulled to extend up to 30 feet of wire, which can be attached to either a spikeor another mechanical sentry. When an intruder brushes against the taut wire, a shrill steam whistle inside the mechanical sentry triggersto alert those nearby. Operation: DC 5 Use Technological Devicex check to set up. AC 14; HR 5; hp 70; SZ Tiny (5-in. wooden sphere);\7T Il}Ib.; MV 50 gp; Create DC 16; ST 1 min.; MR 1.

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Description: These heavy and expensive items arestill usedmainly by milihry officersand wealthy merchants, though there are many tinkers laboring to create a version for massproduction. A portable kitchen is the sizeand shapeof abarrel.Aphlogistonamplified steam engine built into the baseheats a small oven in its midsection and the kettle underneath the cover atop it. Cooking bread or stew with the portable kitchen is as simple as adding the mixed ingredients to the appropriate compartment, using a lever to set the heat to the proper level, and watching the clock count down the minutes until the food is prepared. Use of the portable kitchen provides a +9 bonus on (cook) checks.Those untrained in the skill Profession can still usethe portable kitchen to make simple and bland (but filling) food, provided they follow the instructions included with the kitchen when it is sold. Operation: See text. HR 5; hp 35; SZ Medium; \7T 100 lb.; MV 725 gp; Create DC 18; ST 1 min.; MR 1.

Melloclium
Description: A mellodium can capture a performance on a musical instrument and later use the instrument to replay the perfrormanceautomatically. Each rype of instrument requiresits own type of mellodium. The device is connected to the instrument, and a musician makes a Perform skill check with a -5 circumstance penalty to play despite the attachments.The result of that skill check iscapturedto a hard wax tablet insidethe mellodium, and can be replayedat any time using a mellodium attached to the same instrument; though other mellodiums usethe sametablets,music recordedon other instruments will be played as noise. Operation: DC 30 Use Technological Device* check to attach a mellodium to an instrument; move action to replay.

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Description: A potion injector is a device that straps around the upper arm of the wearer, with a cable running down to a control box worn around the wrist. Vials of potion can be mounted on clamps around its exterior, their stoppers replaced with 'When a corks and tubes running into the device. potion held in on stud is pressed the control box, the the indicated slot is immediately injected into the this wearer of the device. In all but a few rare cases, injection has the same effect as swallowing the potion, and its effects take place normally. If the wearerof a potion injector is unconscious,using the device to administer a potion is a standardaction (as opposedto the norrnal full-round action required).

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Wizard'sDesk
Description: A wizard'sdesk travels folded up to the sizeof a small trunk. W'hen the legsareextended, the side can fold down to become a writing sur{ace. Inside are compartments for material components, spellbooks,parchment, inks... and the tinker-created device that makeswizard'sdesksso soughtafter. From one sideof the interior, an articulated arm can be unfolded. At its tip is a styluswith a tube that runs back down the arm and is connected to a vial of ink. and providing an uninterrupted Stabilizedby springs to flow of ink, this design allows spellcasters work quickly and precisely when scribingscrolls. The time required to scribe a scroll is halved when using a wizard'sdesk, but the cost of raw materialsrisesto two-thirds of the base price (cheaper parchments tear under the clean strokes of the silver nib, and inferior inks clog the rubber tubing). Operation: Requiresthe Scribe Scroll feat. HR 5; hp 10; SZ Small (3 ft. wide xZft. tall x 1 ft. deep);\7T 15 lb.;MV 200 gp;CreateDC 17;ST 1 min. (set-uptime); MR 0.

MemoryScrubber
Description: Tinkers have long sought methods to help those soldiershaunted by their war experiences. The most methods attempt to erase the memoriesof thoseeventsaltogether.Unfortunately, none have yet managed to achieve the desired degreeof precision that would allow the removal of only selected memories. However, tinkers have managed to develop a machine that can erasethe most recent memoriesof those it is usedupon: the memory scrubber. The memory scrubberis a chair attached to a large trunk full of machinery. The target of the device sits on the chair and placesthe device'shelmet onto her head. The operator then has the choice of several settings;the devicecan attempt to scrubthe hrget's memoriesof the last 1d20 hours, 1d10 days, 1d6 weeks, ld4 months or IdZ years.Upon activation, targets report seeing flashesof light and hearing a buzztngsound, followed by " calming void. After 1 was minute, the processis complete. If the process the successful, targetwill be unableto rememberany part or aspectof the period erased. has [Jseof memory scrubbers occasionallycaused some trouble when it has resulted in the loss of crucial information. Yet thus far, no tinker has created a machine to recover erasedmemories.

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Destroyer
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Alchemical Grenacle
Description: The dwarves have taken to technology with exceptional efficiency. The stout race is more focusedthan gnomes,and lessmanic than the goblins when it comes to implementing technology. Most dwarven technology, while efficient and well designed, appeals to their more martial nature. In other words, the dwarvesenjoy making better weapons. These alchemically enhanced grenadesdeliver elemental effects with a blast. The dwarves have made a grenadefor electricity, fire and ice. Other variations include a grenade that unleashesa low baleful howl to terrify targets,and a grenade that unleasheschoking gas. An electricity, fire or ice grenadedeals an additional 1d6 points of damage of its energy type in addition to the grenade's blast damage.Each type of grenadehas a distinct special effect.

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Dwarven Reciprocator
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LightningNet
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GreaseMine
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MuskBomb
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Ironjaw
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Zecker's Cloak
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Frightful Presence (Ex): A black iron golem causes terror in the enemiesof the Forsakenwhen it moves to defend the city. Creatures with fewer than 16 Hit Dice who arenot immune to fear effects must succeedat a Will save (DC 18) or be frightened for 5d6 rounds. Trample (Ex): Ablack iron golem'strample inflicts 7dI7+I8 points of damage;Reflex DC 79 for half. Black Iron Body (Ex): The iron construction of the golem allows it to sap energy with greater efftciency. The DC of all savesto resist the golem's by attribute and level draining abilities are increased +5 (this bonus is alreadyfactored in). canSpell Immunity (E"): Summoned creatures not attack the iron golem. Negative energy spell attacksactuallyheal the golem ( 1d8points per spell level). Positive energy attacks do not harm the golem, but slow it for 1 round per spell level. Healing spellscount as positive energyattacks.

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Junk golems in combat can be a barrel of surprises. Eachgolemcan be different,having a variety of attacks and tactics that it could employ. However, theseconstructsaren't subtleand generallygo for the most direct route. In numbers,junk golems tend to overwhelm opponents by sheerforce. Chaotic Construction (Ex): Junk golems tend to have all kinds of functions and apparent uses.From picking up bottlesto grinding wood chips,junk golems can perfiorma number of specialattacksbasedon their design.To determine that design,roll on Table 6_l Id4 times to determine the special properties of the junk golem.Re-roll contradictory results(like getting the Tracked result twice). Every two additional features increases CR of the junk golem by 1. the (E*): Hitting a junk golem for 10 hit Breakdown points of damageor more makesit losethe useof one of cogsand pieces its special functions.V/hen hit, it spews die out of its shellasit malfunctions.Use an appropriate to selectthe broken abiliry. The construct alsobegins to slow down, falling one place down the initiative count every time it takesa significant hit.

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Description
The gnomesbuilt the steamgolems servethem as to power'ful foot warriors to help defend their warrens and cavemsfrom future assault. Gnomes have always built steam-poweredcontraptions with the intent to usethem in a peacefulmanner. With the destruction of Gnomeregan, the gnomes have begun to make machines with more martial purposes. On occasion, one of these powerfuI, stocky constructs trundles along with a gnomish tinker or emissary working with the dwarvesin Kalimdor. undying, loyal to its charge, and powerfuI enough to deter even the boldest assailant, the steam golem has proven worth its weight in gold to the diminutive gnomes. The construction of the first steamgolem brought in a renaissance tactical design for the gnomes of working with dwarven engineers. Ignoring their more whimsical designs, the gnomes focused on function. The gnomish steamgolem is efficient and full of purpose,able to serveasa powerful porter and bodyguard in times of peace and as a deadly corrrbatant and soldier in times of war. The unique feature of the steam golem is its ability to combine with other steam golems. Four steam golems can combine to create a portable fortresson the battlefield. Five steam golems can interlock to create a larger steam golem construct capable of dealing more damage and of wreaking havoc on unsuspectingfoes.

Construction
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but the effect cannot be dispelled. The following into the statistics above. bonuses alreadyfactored are The stone watcher losesthe following bonusesin an antimaglcfield. \7hen making a full attack, a stone watcher may make one extra slam attack. It gains a + 1 bonus on attack rolls and Reflex saves,and a + 1 dodge bonus to AC. A.y condition that would causethe stone watcher to lose its Dexterity bonus to Armor Class also makes it lose its dodge bonus. The stone watcher's normal movement speedis to 10 feet,but with its time distortion it seems move feet. 40 Finally, a stone watcher is able to make even larger shifts through time, and seemingly move from one place to another almost instantly. The stone watcher may use this ability to gain 5 complete rounds of movement while time seemsto cease for everyone but the stone watcher. The stone watcher cannot interact with the material world while it is in this specialstate,shifting through time. After making a large shift, a stone watcher's must recharge;and it cannot make energy reserves another shift for 1d4 rounds. Immunity to Magic (Ex): A stone watcher is immune to any spellor spell-likeability that allows spell resistance.In addition, certain spells and effectsfunction differently againstthe creature,as noted below. I A wansmuter ock n mudspe I str ips a stone w atch er of its time distortion ability for Zd4 rounds with no saving throw, while transmutemu"dto rock heals all of its lost hit points. doesnot actually change the A sron to fleshspell e watcher's structure, but negatesits damagereduction and immunity to magic for 1 full round.

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Description
A stone watcher is 15 feet mll and weighs 6,000 pounds.The stone that makesup the watcher'sbody is unnatural, and no stone like it existson Azeroth except in the construction of these constructs and This creation is incredibly the relatedstonekeepers. magic to move with a devasswift; it relieson time tating purpose.Much like the enigmatic black iron golems,there is a similarity in the apparentdesignof these constructs. Most stone watchers lurk over ancient ruins, guardingentrancesto long-lost halls and crumbled stone constructions of immense size. The corlstructs are obviously guardiansof some sort, left to watch over long-abandoned sites that once probably held great significance. These creatures sometimes guard ancient roads or remote wildernessareaswaiting for intruders to attempt to pass. These relics of an ancient race can still prove a deadly and final menace to the unwary. Time Distortion (Su): A stonewatcher existsin a bubbleof time that is slightly out of phasewith the normal world. The effect is similar to ahnstespell,

Construction
of The secrets constructing a stone watcher were lost long ago with the titans. Today, those who have located and studiedstonewatchersattempt to duplicate the stone watcher'ssuperiortechniques, but invariably fall short. Anyone wishing to conin struct a stone watcher only succeeds creating a stone golem instead. Use the construction rules and statistics for a stone golem for attempts to create a stone watcher.

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