MQuinny1234 wrote:Orcus stared blankly at him for a moment, creating an awkward silence despite the chatter of the hall. Each spook gets a ring like it on his acceptance into the profession, hardly unique, the gemstones vary sometimes, Frost has a sapphire, Gaius has an emerald and I possess a tanzanite. He answered eventually, casually raising his hand to head height and showing the back of it and the gemstone to Gregory. The metal of the ring made of black gold, created as such by a few minor spells that are crafted into the ring whilst being forged. Blessings and enhancements mainly, minor things like that. It is quite a common practice amongst magicians to have jewellry formed with magic in them. I am sure one or two of the blacksmiths here will learn about that eventually. Gemstones are added as they are good at storing spells, some are better at storing different types of spells or some can store a wider range of spells at a loss of effectiveness. His other hand was now holding his staff lightly as the ring hand reached for his cup. Prolonged social talking tending to dry his throat these days.
He took a draught as Renaldo stood up and began to end the troublesome commotion. This was good, Orcus had been worried about having to act himself, it was odd that the guard-in-training hadn't taken action himself yet. Perhaps a hint as to why was the nickname "chickenheart" he apparently possessed. An odd nickname for a guard to have he'd thought when he heard about it. He put the cup down and stared at Gregory again, his cold stare seeming to have a more drill-like quality than before. I have answered your question and you will now answer mine. What has been happening to Ariannah? There wasn't even a rising inflection at the end of the sentence, he would have sounded almost bored if it wasn't for the hint of a commandment in it.
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