Item:Achaedi crystal

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achaedi crystal
Look: The surface of the dark purple crystal is covered with specks of golden light. Each time the breeze touches the specks, they shudder as though ready to leap from the crystal into the air.
Weight: 5 stones
Appraised Cost: 0 Kronars
0 Lirums
0 Dokoras
0 LTBpoints
0 Tickets
0 Scrips
Special Properties:
  • This item is magical.
  • This item is trains a skill with its use.
  • This item has more than normal or unusual verbs.
Dimensions: 1 length x 1 width x 1 height
Sources: Source is Taisidon (quest), Extreme Shop

Verbs

  • EXHALE: Each exhale drains 50 points of attunement and produces one of several messages. It teaches a static amount of the Arcana skill, with no hard cap.

Messages

The images are of events that occurred on the quest, although only a partial list was found:

  • You blow on the achaedi crystal, and flecks of golden light rise from the surface to hover in the air. The sparks coalesce into the outline of an island surrounded by the vast ocean. After several seconds, the image dissolves and the sparks of light return to the crystal.
  • You blow on the achaedi crystal, and flecks of golden light rise from the surface to hover in the air. The sparks coalesce into a glowing dragon with wings spread. The wings move slowly through the air, making the dragon look like it is really flying. After several seconds, the image dissolves and the sparks of light return to the crystal.
  • You blow on the achaedi crystal, and flecks of golden light rise from the surface to hover in the air. The sparks coalesce into a tall khor'vala tree. A small insect lands on one of the leaves, which promptly snaps shut around it! After several seconds, the image dissolves and the sparks of light return to the crystal.
  • You blow on the achaedi crystal, and flecks of golden light rise from the surface to hover in the air. The sparks coalesce into a one-armed S'Kra Mur. The S'Kra flails his arm above his head in rage. After several seconds, the image dissolves and the sparks of light return to the crystal.