Iyon Stone (5e Equipment)

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Wondrous item, artifact (requires attunement)

A perfectly round gem with ruby, sapphire, emerald and diamond elements in perfect balance. Created in the time when the Gods walked Taran, its power helped to create wonders including the Kingsroad when coupled with the Staff of Law. In the time of the Breaking, the stone was placed upon the pommel of Daindor’s Wrath, the Godslayer. With it, the Iyon weapons united to create the blade of the sword that defeated Cantor and his Hoard. It vanished soon after Smirnoff I died.


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