Price (Item Level): 5,000 gp (9th)
Body Slot: Arms
Caster Level: 5th
Aura: Faint; (DC 17) transmutation
Activation: Swift (mental)
Weight: 2 lb.
Each of these black steel bracers is marked with an etching of crossed swords.
When activated, deathstrike bracers allow you to use melee weapons to deal extra damage from critical hits and precision damage (including sneak attacks) to creatures immune to such damage. This effect does not allow you to overcome any other immunity or resistance to extra damage from sneak attacks or critical hits (such as the fortification armor property). This effect lasts for 1 round.
Price: 118,000 gp
Body Slot: Ring
Caster Level: 12nd
Aura: Strong; Transmutation
Weight: — lb.
This brilliant gold ring causes is inlaid with celestial script. When the ring is put on, the wearer grows gleaming white wings (like those of a solar) and gains the ability fly at a speed of 150 feet (good maneuverability). The wings disappear if the ring is removed. If the ring is removed while the wearer is in flight, the wearer floats to the ground as per a feather fall spell. If the wearer already has a functional set of wings, the ring does not create new ones, but the wearer may use the ring’s fly speed if it’s faster.
Prerequisites: Forge Ring , Feather Fall, Polymorph .
@halfgiant said in Gate Key:
So I am confused here.
You are creating a “gate key” that can make up to 60 permanent portals? And the creation of each pair creates new keys specific to using that pair?
And you can tear down a set whenever you want if you are maxed out at 60?
And all this for under 200,000 gp to make?
The short Answer is Yes.
It’s a magic item from the Epic Handbook located here
Armbands of Resilience
[Reference: Mongoose, Ultimate Magic Items, Page 99]
These items always come in pairs; both must be worn to gain any benefit from their magic. Crafted from adamantine, armbands of resilience are generally unadorned, save for a circular inscription of magical runes along both rims. When worn, they render the wearer immune to constitution damage of any sort, stunning affects, daze affects, and death by massive damage. The wearer suffers normal damage from coup de grace attempts, but cannot be slain outright by them as the armbands of resilience automatically allow him to succeed at the required Fortitude save for survival.
If the wearer is taken to -1 or fewer hit points but not slain outright, he automatically stabilises and regenerates 1 hit point per round until he returns to 1 hit point. The armbands do not heal further than this, but there is no limit to the number of times per day they can bring back a wearer from negative hit points. If the wearer is ever brought to -10 hit points, the magic of the armbands cannot save him.
Faint Abjuration; CL 5th; Craft Wondrous Items, bear’s endurance, cure minor wounds or vampiric touch, 5+ ranks in Heal; Price 33,500gp.
A flask of thick green glass, a thought bottle can be used to store thoughts, memories, experience, or spells. A single bottle can hold five thoughts or memories at a time, or a single creature’s current experience, or a single spellcaster’s collection of prepared spells. Any individual that touches the bottle and speaks the command word instantly gains a general knowledge of the bottle’s contents, but doesn’t actually access the thoughts, memories, or spells within until she consciously decides to do so. Storing or retrieving anything from a thought bottle requires a full-round action that provokes attacks of opportunity.
Thoughts: The bottle can store specific ideas, communications, or conclusions. Once a memory is stored, it disappears from the user’s mind, but she remembers the general nature of the stored thought. For example, if the user stored the name of a murderer, that name would disappear from her memory and be unrecoverable from her own mind by any means, though she would know that the thought bottle now contains the murderer’s name. Similarly, secret messages and intelligence can be hidden in a thought bottle to pass them to someone else.
Memories: The user’s recollection of a single day’s events can be stored in the bottle. Once stored, the user remembers the general nature of the memory (“the day we performed the Ritual of Binding”) but loses all details of the event itself.
Experience: A thought bottle can be used to offset level loss as a restoration spell can, but is effective against level loss that even restoration can’t undo (including levels lost due to death, but not the negative levels bestowed by magic items such as a holy weapon). When a user’s experience has been stored within the bottle, he can subsequently access the bottle to restore his XP total to exactly what it was when it was last stored, negating any levels lost in the interim. Storing experience in the bottle is difficult, and the user must pay 500 XP (deducted before storing) to do so. Only the creature that stored experience can retrieve it, but if the bottle is destroyed or lost, the user suffers no ill effects.
Spells: An owner who prepares spells can store some or all of her memorized spells in a thought bottle. Any spell she puts into the thought bottle is expended as if she had cast it, but the spells in the bottle can then be retrieved at any later date to be prepared as normal. Wizards often use this function of the bottle to create a kind of backup spellbook, concealing thought bottles in well-hidden bolt-holes against the eventuality of their grimoires being stolen or destroyed. Only the character who stored the spells can retrieve them, and if the bottle is destroyed, the stored spells are lost with no effect.
These stone and steel figurines depicting a forge and anvil are warm to the touch and give off a faint red glow. On command, the figurine enlarges to become a full-sized working forge with a magical fire burning within. The forge occupies a 10-foot-by- 5-foot area, and its transformation fails if sufficient space is unavailable. A second command word returns the forge to its original, miniature size.
When a magic scroll containing a single spell is tossed into the forge, the scroll is consumed in flame. Thereafter, the forge and anvil provide that spell for the use of magic item creation in conjunction with Craft Magic Arms and Armor. This allows the crafter to use the stored spell as a prerequisite for multiple magic items. If a new scroll is consumed in the forge’s flame, it replaces the current spell. A spell remains available for use indefinitely until replaced.
In addition, once per day, if touched to a melee weapon made primarily of metal as a standard action, the figurine grants that weapon the igniting special ability for 1 minute.