Order of the Spear

My Runestone...

Linfors really digs his Runestone, and takes very seriously the fact that he was the first to be given one. He doesn’t know why he was, but he’s sure it matters, for some reason. Although there are lots of different runes on such stones, his appears as follows…

Ironms


Now where’d that groovy rune come from?

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As a joke, Cohen would draw a smile under the arrow to make a happy face. That is IF we can see the rune itself. With my detect magic cantrip, (I say cantrip because I forgot the 0 level divine spell name) I may be able to see it.

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Unless Cohen wants to dig through Linfors’ stuff, or reach into his pocket while he’s wearing his clothes, he’s going to have a tough time doodling. And we can’t see the runes, either…not everyone, at least.

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Or when we pull them out to protect us from the Fae when we bed down in the wylde. That’s an opportuine time to play a practical joke. As for seeing the mark, detect magic works nicely.

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Unfortunately detect magic only works on magic and not on the fae, which are two completely different forms of magic. There’s traditional magic, like what we are used to, and then there’s the fae- a fog-like magical essence that ebbs and flows in chaotic patterns with no apparent rhyme or reason to its movement. It is not stirred by the passing of objects and seemingly takes no notice of events occuring within it. A very fickle mistress.

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So you’re saying the runestones are made with Fae magic.

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Question for Steve: what we’re dealing with here, then, are three different sources of magic: arcane, divine, and fae…right? Would knowledge of the fae fall under Knowledge: Arcana, or is it so different that it’d warrant Knowledge: Fae?

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It is quite likely the stone was given to Linfors for “extra protection”, maybe he was worth more and needed to be protected, or maybe they thought he needed a little more protection than the rest.

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“I have piece of Runestone but it’s not for eating. it’d just for looking through”

My Runestone...
Lyle

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