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A powerful artifact from the South, linked with one of their strange barbarian Gods.  The stones come in Greater and Lesser varieties.  The party has encountered a few of them that have been buried or otherwise hidden in the Empire.   
 
A powerful artifact from the South, linked with one of their strange barbarian Gods.  The stones come in Greater and Lesser varieties.  The party has encountered a few of them that have been buried or otherwise hidden in the Empire.   
 
Bearers of the Stones inside the Empire find the effects reversed-- the stone of [[Kali]], which provides extra dice for destructive actions when in the South, reduces dice for destruction
 
Bearers of the Stones inside the Empire find the effects reversed-- the stone of [[Kali]], which provides extra dice for destructive actions when in the South, reduces dice for destruction
inside the Empire.  Similarly, the Greater(?) stone of [[Yama]], which provides bonuses to death checks in the South, causes all death checks to be failed inside the Empire.
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inside the Empire.  Similarly, the Lesser Sankara Stone of Death ([[Yama]]), which allows the bearer to succeed at all death checks in the South, causes all death checks to be failed inside the Empire.
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(We think.  We haven't technically tested that one.)

Latest revision as of 23:16, 26 May 2019

A powerful artifact from the South, linked with one of their strange barbarian Gods. The stones come in Greater and Lesser varieties. The party has encountered a few of them that have been buried or otherwise hidden in the Empire. Bearers of the Stones inside the Empire find the effects reversed-- the stone of Kali, which provides extra dice for destructive actions when in the South, reduces dice for destruction inside the Empire. Similarly, the Lesser Sankara Stone of Death (Yama), which allows the bearer to succeed at all death checks in the South, causes all death checks to be failed inside the Empire. (We think. We haven't technically tested that one.)