Item:Twilight-hued crystalline amulet etched with a varna symbol

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twilight-hued crystalline amulet etched with a varna symbol
Look: Etched into the darkly translucent stone is a crow with large, exaggerated wings formed from interlocking stars. A circle of pure black onyx is positioned as if held by the creature's open beak.
Weight: 2 stones
Appraised Cost: 6,250,000 Kronars
5,000,000 Lirums
4,510,000 Dokoras
6,250 LTBpoints
6,250 Tickets
6,250 Scrips
Special Properties:
  • This item is magical.
  • This is an atmo item that will periodically emit messaging to the entire room.
  • This item is worn in the neck slot.
  • This item is styled or has special functions for Rakash.
  • This item is styled or has special functions for Moon Mages.
Dimensions: 1 length x 1 width x 1 height
Sources: Source is Uz Zinat (Siksraja)

Shows atmospheric messaging reflecting the state of the moons.

Focus

When focused by most guilds it shows no magical pattern, but when focused by a Moon Mage...

You focus your magical senses on a twilight-hued crystalline amulet etched with a varna symbol.
You sense a direct connection to the moons and the strength of the lunar power they provide.
The crystalline amulet is bonded to <you/player's name>.

Atmospheric Messaging

Gives atmo messaging every 15-20 minutes to reflect current state of the moons. The moonlight in the messaging appears to reflect the current dominant moon(s), and the moons are translucent when below the horizon and luminous when above.

  • (no moons) Your crystalline amulet glows briefly with a thin nimbus of swirling shadowy-grey and crimson moonlight orbited by three translucent spheres that seem to drift about without purpose or reason.
  • (one moon) Your crystalline amulet glows briefly with a thin nimbus of swirling shadowy-grey moonlight orbited by a miniature luminescent version of the moon Katamba.
  • (three moons) Your crystalline amulet glows briefly with a thin nimbus of churning multi-colored moonlight orbited by three miniature luminescent versions of the moons Xibar, Yavash, and Katamba.


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