Chargestone                                Air/Earth Enchantment

Duration: random((level * 1.5) - (level * 2.5)) hours  Minimum Cost: 180 mana
Range: Target Inventory Object

Syntax: cast 'chargestone' <opal>

Possessed of an unusual understanding of lightning and stone, a wizard of
air and earth may bind energy accumulated through the use of shockcraft into
an object made of opal. Once so bound, this power will be transformed by
the earthen magics, and may later be released by destroying the object. The
energy will seep into whoever destroyed it, granting him physical resistance
and additional hit points. Those trained in the shockcraft skill will be
able to harness the power more efficiently than those who are not, but all
may benefit. The amount of power granted depends on the amount originally
infused into the opal, and a certain minimum charge is required to make a
chargestone in the first place.

Though the opal may retain its charge for some time, it will eventually
dissipate, leaving the object as it was before.

Primary Attribute: Intelligence


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