Divine Artifact-Horn of Aide

HornOfAide“Blow the horn! Blow the horn!” Taldus bellowed as they rounded a corner and found themselves running toward nothing but canyon wall.

Mirik put the adorned horn to his lips and blew with all his might. The sound rebounded wildly and for a moment the orcs surrounding them in the dead end canyon cowered. It was not enough hesitation to save them.

The orcs came on again and they fought desperately. Mirik fell and they were even harder pressed. Suddenly, riders rounded the corner, running down orcs and stabbing with mighty spears. The orcs dead, one of the men dismounted, beginning to cast a spell to raise Mirik.

Horn of Aide

The Horn of Aide is a gift from Lyseana to her followers who most often battle on her behalf. It winds with 100 decibels of sound and all evil loses morale in proportion to the loudness of the sound when it reaches it and to its evil according to the equation moraleLoss=loudness*evil/10. They then recover this morale normally.

It has another effect on goodly folk. It calls them to the aide of the blower. They are compelled by its call to do all they can to help the blower (with regards to survival in battle) for a number of minutes equal to 10*(good-2).

The Horn of Aide is of great worth to someone who has allies nearby, and even to those who are near enough civilization to expect aide. Would you want one? When would you use it? Mind Weave Divine Artifacts are very different than enchanted items. They can do a much wider range of things. Any you would like to see? Comment below and let us know!

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2 Responses to Divine Artifact-Horn of Aide

  1. Aaron says:

    Honestly, I was upset when I read that Mirik died. Thanks for reviving him. Ha ha

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