Divinity Crystals

“If you could turn the power of the Gods into pure force or energy, no army of wizards could stop you.” Nebraska James on The Gods.

A Divinity Crystal is a tear of an angel crying for mortals, hardened on the coldest mountaintops for a century or more. (These crystals are also referred to as Angel’s Tears.) In unworked form, these crystals are little more then a detector of divine favor, glowing brighter depending on how much the Gods watch the individual holding it. While a high level Cleric or Paladin holding one would be a beacon of light in the darkness, if a person who has been prophesied a Great Hero holds it, the holy light of the heavens beams forth in the purest of sunlight. These crystals are also valued by holy men as when set into their holy symbol they are able to call with great potency upon the power of their God.

These crystals have figured into many past legends and tales, and those who bear them can, if they are lucky enough and knowledgeable enough, piece together further properties of these marvels. One such legend tells of Tailem the Just, a great crusader of ages past: when he fought a great evil, he could call upon the power of a Tear to aid him in battle. Another fable, “The Blacksmith’s Daughter and the Demon Door,” is the story of a girl who was protected from the charm of the door by “a stone cried from an angel, worn about her neck.”
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Divinity Crystals

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