Item Inquiry

Item Inquiry: Rock of Affiprob

In the Cave of Bonantru underneath the Library of Mihidoc found in the land of Mendaxum, these rocks are found embedded in the wall. The item has a clear gem in the middle while swirled around it are layers of minerals and moss. It is required by all sorcerers to have this item on them while on missions. If a person finds a possible sorcerer who is past the age of eighteen the Habepert is performed. If they are a Shaman, the center stone glows green as Peace Lilies sprout from the cracks. Adversely, a Necromancer will find a pitch black gem as rest of the stone turns to dust. A sweet smell will arise from the item if a Pellax while it glows a dark pink. Fire will burn the exterior of the red gem if a Pyromancer holds it. This being a rare event for this kind of sorcerer is found few in number. Unlike them, the most common of sorcerers is the Magician, masters of misdirection and magical hand to hand combat. If one of them holds the rock, a set of cards dances out from within the center of the yellow glowing stone. A barrage of colorful notes accompanied by the sound of trumpets will erupt from the middle stone if a Tecuprin is touching the object. More calm and soothing than the last, a Mage obtaining the Rock of Affiprob will find the surface smooth out and be covered in a shield of blue energy emitting from the center. Summoners have the wackiest of reactions to the item. From within the orange gem, a barrage of objects will emerge from the wielders room; to the dismay of the poor new recruit. Finally, if the extremely rare event of a Supreme holds the rock, the center gem levitates from within the Rock of Affiprob and floats around the eighteen year old before glittering down upon them as a powder. After this ritual is over, the new classified sorcerer keeps the gem that was found in the middle of the rock. By doing this act, it helps structure an education for someone who is behind their new peers. Usually, these new sorcerers become apprentices to Scroll Keepers.

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