[New Magic Item] Eye Tile

Eye Tile

Valance snooped around in the ruins, sifting through the debris.

‘Hungry?’ Chalk asked.

The priest of the Spider God smirked and continued his search. He he began inspecting a strange mosaic on the wall and suddenly began clawing at the collection of tiles.

‘What is it?’ the wizard asked, perturbed now.

Valance tossed a small tile on the table that Chalk and the Scholar of Wexos were playing cards at.

‘What is that?’

‘That,’ Valance said. ‘Is how the priests of Law knew we were here. Those guys were spying on us!’

‘What should be do about it?’ the Scholar of Wexos asked.

Valance grinned his evil grin.

‘I’ll conjure some special spiders and go hunting tonight.’

An Eye Tile is a small, innocuous clay tile a couple of inches across that has a stylized eye engraved upon it. Handy for spies and thieves, most anyone can find a use for these things. It is rumored that there is also an ear version of this magic item, but that might just be wishful thinking.

Benefit: An Eye Tile may be placed upright anywhere and the owner, a person who has put one drop of their blood (causing one hit point of damage) onto this magic item, may see anywhere that the stylized eye faces that is unobstructed, up to the horizon when outdoors. This magic item costs the owner one hit point per hour to maintain after the first hour, these lost hit points are regained normally. Concentration must be maintained to see through the tile, but the effect lasts for an hour each time, so the owner may drop their concentration and pick it up later.

Usable by: Anyone.

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2 Responses to [New Magic Item] Eye Tile

  1. eltf177 says:

    An ear version would be interesting. What about a nose version (not the most useful but sometimes…)? The same would apply to taste. A touch version would probably be very limited in range. Maybe a “brain” version that can detect magic or psionics?

  2. trey says:

    Very useful, indeed!

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