Sunday, June 01, 2008

Lyre of Pansafyre

This magical instrument, when played by a bard as someone speaks, will cause the speaker to catch on fire if they utter a lie, dealing 1d6 damage per lie. If the bard stops playing the lyre, the magic flames will immediately cease and no more damage will be taken by the liar.

The lyre was built by a famous woodworker named Geppetto, who had a wooden friend who told too many lies, so he built this instrument to convince him to tell the truth through song. A valuable lesson indeed, especially if you are made of wood! Pansafyre is the name of the pixie that enchanted the item, without Geppetto's permission, and one time he played it while the boy lied, and he burnt up, sending Geppetto into a deep depression.

Be careful what you wish for!

Moderate divination and evocation; Craft Wondrous Item, detect thoughts, burning hands; 35,000 gold

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