Using their staffs, Mages can focus their magic into the physical pane. The look of these items differ from user to user. Some have it made of many items, such as a cluster of pencils, while others like a classic wooden or even a solid metal design. Whatever the case one element stays the same, at the top of the pole is a gem. This crystal is taken from the Rock of Affiprob from the sorcerer’s Habepert. Almost all their spells stem from this gem as they form shields and heal wounds. Never try to snap on of these enchanted items. When an idiot does this; a shock wave obliterates them and any around the surrounding area.
A small golden medallion of a cat’s face with elongated ears, its eyes glows green when it uses its powers. This object allows the wearer to control anyone who looks at it directly, among some other abilities still yet to be discovered. It was recovered after the fall of the Pharaoh Tandaa and given to the Racconto to store. The mad man attempted to control all Hadithi following the Wizard’s War. He was stopped by an alliance formed between the genies, the people of the region of Uchawi, and some rogue sorcerers from Mendaxum. They decided it was best to leave the former rulers body with his people in the region of Kunyoosha, but the medallion they needed to be sent as far away as possible.
In the land of Mendaxum, a common form of traveling for sorcerers is the Node Portal System. What is this you ask? A simple design and concept, it starts with the node. A node is a circular pad with veins of magic that stem from a center gem. These are usually placed inside homes, business, and common public places. The pad resonates to a specific node stone designated by the user. The said stone is a small rock with incantations written upon it. In the center is a glowing gem that resonates to a host node. When one wants to get to the specific pad, they only have to think about their destination and use one finger to rub around the center gem in a circle. As they do this, they must touch each of the incantations written upon the stone or it will not work. A clever tool to cut down the commute time in the busy land of Mendaxum.
Created by crushing while combining moonstone and moon salt, this powder can be used to remove an enchantment. This is only in the case of something that limits the patient from a spell done by another. The ailment can only be cured with the infected area being powdered with this strong medicine. During the Fang War, it was originally created to counteract the assault of the Knights of the Round Table, these mere humans given a magical network by Merlin. This new medicine proved invaluable during the conflict, saving many lives from horrible spells that were designed to be cruel towards werewolf and vampire kind.
A suggestive name by the Moon Claw tribe considering the actually substance is more paste-like in appearance and texture. This unique mixture is made from a powdered mix of selenite, moonstone, labradorite, and opal combined with sap from both the birch and alder trees. However, it only takes form when exposed to the moon or shot with a blast of moon/primal energy. As for the purpose of this medicine, it is to reform tissue and organs lost in battle and has the ability to work on all species. For example, a goblin has his arm blown off in battle. If gotten to quick enough, the Clay of Erhol can reform the lost limb with no side effects. The only way to tell the difference from before is the gleam of silver that will show when the scarred area is exposed to moon light.
In appearance, they are large, purple, oval-shaped rain forest-like leaves that have white veins running through them. They are found in trees that bathe in the moonlight in the forests of Baum in the region of Floresta. These unique leaves can grow on any type of tree, usually found in the higher branches where it is closer to the moon. Foragers in the Moon Claw tribe will gather these at night when they are easier to see. The healers can then use these plants to help quicken healing of broken bones by wrapping the area in the foliage. Within a week, the patient will be able to use their body back to their full potential.
Silbermond, as discussed before, reacts to moonlight and/or the primal energy released by werewolves. What happens when the injury is given by a fellow werewolf using this energy? The medicine is not strong enough to tell the difference between the healer’s power and that radiating off the wound. In order to remedy this, the healer grinds wolves’ teeth, claws, and hairs into a powder. Then they slowly pour the dust in evenly, controlling the flow with their hand. If done correctly, a puff of silver should arise from the concoction. With this complete, one had made the medical potion known as Densan.