Divine Artifact-Divining Anchor

DiviningAnchor“What’s your heading, sir?”

“Have you installed the anchor I brought?”

“Yes, sir.”

“Good, lower it just into the water and follow the way it pulls.” 


“Is there a problem?”

“No, sir!”

Divining Anchor

The divining anchor is an anchor intricately decorated with the symbols of Dregat. It is a gift he gives to those who sail under his name to help them find treasures in the deep. The tendency of his followers to use the treasures they find to sink other ships means the treasures are replenished as quickly as they are taken.

The anchor, when touching water, is drawn toward large treasures in the same body of water. Nearer and more valuable treasures have a stronger draw on the anchor. The draw on the anchor is proportional to the value of the treasure squared and inversely proportional to the distance to the treasure squared. This means that a treasure twice as valuable has the same draw twice as far away. Draws combine, so that often the two treasures interfere, looking like a treasure between the two.

A Divining Anchor can be very confusing to use  Would you be rely on it? 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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