|Look:||The glass witch balls have shiny surfaces that insure good luck by warding off evil spirts, confusing them with their own images seen in the mirror-like glass. You recall the old advice that you can give witch balls away to those you wish good fortune, but you must never sell them, as you will be selling your luck as well.|
|Dimensions:||1 length x 1 width x 1 height|
|Sources:||Source is Rusty iron box with a severed paguur paw atop it, Rusty iron box with a mummified paguur paw atop it, Random creature drop, Item:Rusty iron box with a severed paguur paw atop it, Hollow Eve 406 Raffle Center, Hollow Eve 392 Raffle Center, Corik's Secret: Treasures of the Tomb, Breaking and Entering/Sanctum loot|
Alleged Magical Properties
It has long been rumored that witch balls increase charisma, and this mistaken belief once drove demand for them through the roof. However, witch balls are just fluff items that ring when tapped.
The item's LOOK has given rise to a superstition that it is bad luck to sell a witch ball. However, selling the item does not actually cause any negative effects to the parties involved. The story is the originial balls were a GM's gift during an event back in the ancient ages of DragonRealms, and he/she did not want them "demeaned" by becoming a commodity, thus the description.
- TAP: As you tap a witch ball, a clear ringing note fills the air.
- APPRAISE: You hold your witch ball up to the light, admiring its smoothly polished surface. Surely the luck and good will it represents is beyond mere money.
- TURN: You turn a witch ball, admiring the way it catches the light.
- EXHALE: You blow on a witch ball, coating its surface with a faint mist.