Weapon:Pale oak rod capped with a blue glass teardrop

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pale oak rod capped with a blue glass teardrop
Look: You see nothing unusual.
Type: Quarter Staff
Range: pole
Puncture: no (0/28)
Slice: no (0/28)
Impact: moderate (7/28)
Force of Impact: poorly (3/17)
Balance: decently (6/17)
Suitedness: fairly (5/17)
Construction: appreciably susceptible (7/18)
Metal: No
Weight: 40 stones
Appraised Cost: 2,225,000 Kronars
1,780,000 Lirums
1,605,560 Dokoras
2,225 LTBpoints
2,225 Tickets
2,225 Scrips
Special Properties:
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Sources: Source is Sleeping Dragon Corn Maze 425/End loot, Sleeping Dragon Corn Maze 421/End loot


You recognize the pattern as a manifestation of Elemental magic.
It seems to involve Water Manipulation.
The pattern appears to be triggered with a successful strike upon an opponent.
It is more than a quarter charged.


Moving in gracefully, you bash a pale oak rod capped with a blue glass teardrop at a black ape. A black ape attempts to evade, avoiding most of the blow. The rod roars like a blisteringly cold artic wind as it layers its target in a thick casing of frost and lands a solid hit to the ape's right leg.

The frost encasing a black ape breaks off completely.


  • Does not gain charges from infuser stones or mana. Hypothesized to be charged from the enchanting system.

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