|Look:||You see nothing unusual.|
|Appraised Cost:|| 1,406 Kronars|
|Dimensions:||1 length x 1 width x 1 height|
|Sources:||Source is Squat Bungalow (2), Snake Pit, Seastar Curios, Ruins of Ulf'Hara/End loot, Return to the Keep 423/End loot, Pig Maze 429, Musical Chairs of Doom, Jolly green duffel bag stitched with holly leaves, Huldah Shrine prizes 421, House of the Revenant Fang 429/Shadowy Safehouse, House of the Revenant Fang 422/Shadowy Safehouse, House of the Revenant Fang 422/Incidental loot, Hollow Eve Festival 432 Raffle Center, Hollow Eve Festival 428 Raffle Center, Hollow Eve 425 Raffle Center... further results|
"These infuser stones are one half of what has been dubbed 'Fleintoore's Folio'. They can enhance an item to be used more frequently or just more in general -- a recharge of sorts."
You could APPLY the infuser stone to one of your items that's receptive to it. With proper training, you could RECALL more about it as well. [Example: APPLY MY STONE TO MY SWORD] Note that only certain items are receptive to these devices. You can ANALYZE them to identify them.
>recall my stone
Locked away within the libraries of Throne City for years, Archmagus Fleintoore has had ample time to scour rare and ancient texts. If the rumors are to be trusted, at some point late in Skullcleaver the Dwarven Axe in the year of the Emerald Dolphin (8th month of year 418 AL), Fleintoore uncovered obscure references to a powerful device that was used to empower and fuel magical devices without the aid of a living intermediary. Unable to find a name for the device, the Archmagus dubbed it Fleintoore's Folio.
Working with the renowned enchanter Xathvier, Fleintoore sought to recreate the fabled device. After many failed experiments (and ruined enchanting chambers!), Xathvier suggested splitting the effects of the enchantment -- one to revitalize and maintain a device's power, and a separate one to expand the device's capacity.
This, indeed, proved to be a path to success. What you have before you is one half of Fleintoore's Folio, the fabled device lost to time. Xathvier has dubbed this portion an "infuser stone" for its penchant to restore lost power or hasten the time between uses of a suitable device.
- Note: Please always check your item in game for compatibility with ANALYZE before using an infuser stone on it. Individual items may have anomalies due to item age or alterations.
- As always if you suspect a problem, you should ASSIST and report the problem to in game staff.