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|noun=inkpot
 
|noun=inkpot
|look=An owl inkpot reads:
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|look=An owl inkpot reads: "Tailwind"
"Tailwind"
 
 
|MTag=-
 
|MTag=-
 
|CTag=-
 
|CTag=-
 
|STag=owl
 
|STag=owl
|type=casts spell, feature, magic
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|type=magical tattoo
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|weight=5
 
|weight=5
 
|appcost=187500
 
|appcost=187500
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==Study==
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Base prep is 52 mana.
You believe if you were to APPLY the ink contained within the inkpot, you would imbue your tattoo with miniaturized runestones allowing you to cast spells from your tattoo, after applied.
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==Verbs==
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*{{com|STUDY}}: Upon opening the lid, you see instructions detailing how to APPLY a tattoo of a purple-eyed horned owl perched upon a twisted branch of smokewood.  The ink has been specially created with miniaturized runestones allowing you to cast spells from your tattoo, after applied.
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*{{com|FOCUS}}: Though not actively magical, the inkpot contains ink containing minaturized runestones. Tiny tunnels and furrows are present in the minute runestones, which form the shape of a spell pattern. You recognize the pattern of the [[Tailwind]] spell.
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*{{com|INVOKE}}: Closing your eyes, you carefully bend some mana streams through the tattoo on your back. The saturated tunnels in the tattoo form the foundation of a spell pattern.  With this template in place, you begin preparing the Tailwind spell.
  
==Focus==
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==Notes==
Though not actively magical, the inkpot contains ink containing minaturized runestones. Tiny tunnels and furrows are present in the minute runestones, which form the shape of a spell pattern.<br/>
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* The spell is always prepared at this base level of mana. It is not adjustable.
You recognize the pattern of the [[Tailwind]] spell.
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* Does nothing for Non Magic Users (Barbarians and Thieves)
 
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:Invoke my tattoo (as a thief)<br>
==Tattoo==
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:You have no training in the magical arts. What?
You have a tattoo of a purple-eyed horned owl perched upon a twisted branch of smokewood on your back.
 
 
 
==Invoke==
 
Closing your eyes, you carefully bend some mana streams through the tattoo on your back.<br/>
 
The saturated tunnels in the tattoo form the foundation of a spell pattern.  With this template in place, you begin preparing the Tailwind spell.
 
 
 
>pow<br/>
 
You are preparing the Tailwind spell at fifty-two mana.
 
 
 
Note: The spell is always prepared at this base level of mana. It is not adjustable.
 
 
 
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Latest revision as of 15:30, 26 September 2020


owl inkpot
Look: An owl inkpot reads: "Tailwind"
Weight: 5 stones
Appraised Cost: 187500 Kronars
150,000 Lirums
135,300 Dokoras
187.5 LTBpoints
187.5 Tickets
187.5 Scrips
Special Properties:
Dimensions: 1 length x 1 width x 1 height
Sources: Source is Sleeping Dragon Corn Maze 436/End loot, Sleeping Dragon Corn Maze 432/End loot, Sleeping Dragon Corn Maze 428/End loot

Base prep is 52 mana.

Verbs

  • STUDY: Upon opening the lid, you see instructions detailing how to APPLY a tattoo of a purple-eyed horned owl perched upon a twisted branch of smokewood. The ink has been specially created with miniaturized runestones allowing you to cast spells from your tattoo, after applied.
  • FOCUS: Though not actively magical, the inkpot contains ink containing minaturized runestones. Tiny tunnels and furrows are present in the minute runestones, which form the shape of a spell pattern. You recognize the pattern of the Tailwind spell.
  • INVOKE: Closing your eyes, you carefully bend some mana streams through the tattoo on your back. The saturated tunnels in the tattoo form the foundation of a spell pattern. With this template in place, you begin preparing the Tailwind spell.

Notes

  • The spell is always prepared at this base level of mana. It is not adjustable.
  • Does nothing for Non Magic Users (Barbarians and Thieves)
Invoke my tattoo (as a thief)
You have no training in the magical arts. What?