Tuesday Magic Item – Moonmist Coronet

5 May, 2015

Walk under the Moonlight“Where did she go?” asked Voddick, looking around in confusion.  The were standing at the edge of the river, a low mist had rolled in.  The two story buildings on either side looked difficult to climb.  “She was only out of sight for a moment.”

“There!” pointed Gollaon.  “In the mist!”

“Is she walking on water?”

“No, too high.  She is climbing the mist itself.”

“Nice trick,” said Voddick.  “There is no way we can chase her is there.”

“Not tonight.  But well played on her part.” Gollaon continued peering into the mist.

“I do not like it when we have to chase people as clever as us.”

Moonmist Coronet

These simple silver headbands are decorated with the phases of the moon, the full moon placed in the center.  Their silver never permanently tarnishes, though contact with cold iron will cause it to temporarily do so, and in direct moonlight it glows with a soft radiance.

The wearer can walk on fog, mist or smoke as though it was solid ground, even climbing up or down through it as needed.  The wearer moves at their normal ground speed over, or through, such ephemeral terrain.  If such is dissipated, the wearer is protected from falls as though subject to a Feather Fall spell.

While in direct moonlight, the wearer can activate a Blur effect as a swift action that lasts until they are no longer in direct moonlight.

Aura moderate transmutation; CL 5th
Slot headband; Price 2,750; Weight
Construction Requirements
Craft Wondrous Item, blur, feather fall, fly, light; Cost 1,375

Notes: A Fae-ish item for those willing to bend circumstance to their advantage.

Photo by capt_tain Tom and used under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic license.

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