Slot ring; CL 11th Weight —; Aura strong abjuration
Stylistic flourishes and a stout design suggest dwarves had a hand in forging this thick ring. The precise engineering of the small moving parts shows the fine artistry that went into creating the item. The ring features two carved symbols that flank a faceted onyx: one resembles a flag, and the other depicts an eye.
Each of these three elements can be activated once per day to use a certain spell: the flag for hold person (DC = 13 + 1 per additional triumph attained), the eye for prayer, and the onyx for stone shape.
Encircling the ring is a second metal band that rotates in place and is studded with a single diamond. If the diamond is aligned with one of the symbols, the wearer gains a +2 luck bonus on certain saving throws: saves against enchantment spells and spell-like abilities if aligned with the flag, against evil effects if aligned with the eye, or against earth and poison effects if aligned with the onyx. Aligning the ring with a symbol is a full-round action.
Second Triumph: Each element can be activated one additional time each day to use a different spell: the flag for mass suggestion, the eye for disrupting weapon, and the onyx for transmute rock to mud.
Pathfinder Adventure Path #128: Songbird, Scion, Saboteur © 2018, Paizo Inc.; Authors: Crystal Frasier and Richard Pett, with Tim Akers, Logan Bonner, Brian Duckwitz, Amanda Hamon Kunz, Troy Lavallee, Patchen Mortimer, and Linda Zayas-Palmer.