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Tuesday Magic Item – Timekeeper’s Medallion

17 January, 2023

Keeping timeVoddick watched the overseer, silently counting and then nodding as they called a shift change.

Gollaon brought over two drinks, wine and a mug of ale for their friend.  “You seem particularly fascinated by workers today.”

“It just reminds me of home,” he took a drink of ale.  “The timekeeping and order particularly.”

Timekeeper’s Medallion

These amulets are usually round and designed to fit comfortably in the palm of one’s hand.  One side is usually unadorned, while its magic is not active, while the other side is decorated often with the arms or symbol of the group who commissioned it.  They are usually worn on a chain.

The amulet has a simple function, to track time.  The owner is able to set it to track hours, minutes, or even seconds.  It usually does so by dividing its plain face up into the appropriate number of segments and having them change color as time moves on.

This will give the user a +4 bonus to skill checks to skills and tasks that such accurate timing can be helpful to know.

Aura faint divination; CL 5th
Slot none; Price 1,000; Weight .5 lb
Construction Requirements
Craft Wondrous Items, alarm; Cost 500

For D&D 5E:

Wondrous item (medallion), common

First and second paragraphs as above.

This will give the user advantage on tests for skills and tasks that such accurate timing can be helpful to know.

Notes: Yes, it is a magical pocket watch, well, an advanced watch as it can do more than just track time.  Again, something that it seems that magic would be turned to.

Image was found on the Graphic Fairy site and is in the Public Domain.

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