Item:Small bog oak statuette of a man
|small bog oak statuette of a man|
|Look:||Carved into a rough semblance of Meraud with a wolf twined about his legs, the figure has raised one hand in a gesture of blessing. A ring of silver extends from the tips of his fingers.|
|Appraised Cost:|| 6,250 Kronars|
|Dimensions:||2 length x 1 width x 1 height|
|Sources:||Source is Drathrok's Assemblage (5), Drathrok's Assemblage (4), Drathrok's Assemblage (3), Drathrok's Assemblage (2)|
Point statuette at weapon, and it casts ignite.
- Duration: 13-14 minutes
- Buff: This varies based on the stats of the weapon (see discussion page for examples)
- Cooldown: 1 hour
- Other notes: Doesn't appear to "re-ignite" if you swap weapons, but will re-ignite the held weapon it was originally cast on.
While the statuette takes no spellcasting skill to work, invoking it is not effortless. Spellcasting devices require, at the very least, elaborate gesturing to function (a safety mechanism). Complex magic requires suitably complex perparations, often related to the realm of magic being used. It is not rare for a device to be keyed to the invoker's pulse, emotional state, bodily stance, surface thoughts or even prayfulness. The mixture of knowledge and discipline required to invoke these devices off hand demands practice. You figure the simplest way to describe how to trigger it is "pointing it at your target, shaking it at your target, waving it at your target or invoking it."