Tuesday Magic Item – Proclamation Seal

14 January, 2014

A Proclamation!The bells rang out as the King-Lord of Kerison and the Seeress-Queen of Seriasa affixed their royal seals to the peace treaty and the presiding robed servitor of the Keeper of Pacts placed the witness seal of the watchful keeper on the parchment as well.

Around the city, the specially placed placard displayed the text of the treaty for all to read and rejoice now that peace again ruled the land.

Proclamation Seal

These heavy seals are made of a carved stone seal on an oak handle, with tasteful decoration in gold.  They are usually marked with the sigil of the organization they were created for on the base.  Up to ten placards can be prepared and keyed to a seal when it is created, these are usually made of solid oak with brass fittings.

The proclamation seal can only be used once per week, affixing the final witnessing authority to a treaty or contract concluded by others.  When the seal is affixed, all those who signed (or otherwise agreed to the terms of the treaty) are bound by the magic of a quest to obey the agreement to the best of their ability.

The text of the treaty is instantly replicated on the placards that are keyed to the seal, if a sheet of paper, cloth or other thin material had been placed on the placard, the treaty is marked on that material instead.  A new treaty will replace a previous displayed one.  Anyone within thirty feet of the placard when the treaty is proclaimed will feel a desire to read it, as circumstances allow.

Aura strong enchantment; CL 12th
Slot – ; Price 35,000 + 1,000 per placard; Weight 1 lb (seal), 10 lbs (placard)
Construction Requirements
Craft Wondrous Item, flame strike, greater command, quest; Cost 17,500 + 500 per placard

Notes: Happy Ratification Day all!

Image from wikimedia commons and is in the public domain.


One comment

  1. I like it. Big fan of geases.

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