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The '''staff of the sands''' was a magical item that could be found in [[Zakhara]], the Land of Fate.<ref name="LoF:FaF-p52">{{cite book/Land of Fate/Fortunes and Fates|52}}</ref>
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The '''''staff of the sands''''' was a magical item that could be found in [[Zakhara]], the Land of Fate.<ref name="LoF.FaF-p52">{{cite book/Land of Fate/Fortunes and Fates|52}}</ref><ref name="DM179">{{Cite dragon/179/Wonders of the Land of Fate}}</ref>
   
 
==Description==
 
==Description==
These magical items were available in a wide variety.<ref name="LoF:FaF-p52" />
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These magical items were available in a wide variety.<ref name="LoF.FaF-p52" /><ref name="DM179" />
   
 
==Powers==
 
==Powers==
These staves granted to following powers to a wizard at the expense of one charge: ''[[move sand]]'', ''[[sand slumber]]'', ''[[sand sword]]'', ''[[stoneskin]]'', and ''[[traceless travel]]''.<ref name="LoF:FaF-p52" />
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These staves granted the following powers to a wizard at the expense of one charge: ''[[move sand]]'', ''[[sand slumber]]'', ''[[sand sword]]'', ''[[stoneskin]]'', and ''[[traceless travel]]''.<ref name="LoF.FaF-p52" /><ref name="DM179" />
   
The following powers consumed two charges for regular wizards and only one charge for [[Elemental mage|sand mages]]: ''[[conjure earth elemental]]'', ''[[desert fist]]'', and ''[[create shade]]''.<ref name="LoF:FaF-p52" />
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The following powers consumed two charges for regular wizards and only one charge for [[Elemental mage|sand mages]]: ''[[conjure earth elemental]]'', ''[[desert fist]]'', and ''[[create shade]]''.<ref name="LoF.FaF-p52" /><ref name="DM179" />
   
Sand mages gained exclusive access to the ''[[sink]]'' power at the expense of four charges.<ref name="LoF:FaF-p52" />
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Sand mages gained exclusive access to the ''[[sink]]'' power at the expense of four charges.<ref name="LoF.FaF-p52" /><ref name="DM179" />
   
Any mage holding the staff gained the advantage of the ''[[cool strength]]'' spell so long as they maintained contact with the staff.<ref name="LoF:FaF-p52" />
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Any mage holding the staff gained the advantage of the ''[[cool strength]]'' spell so long as they maintained contact with the staff.<ref name="LoF.FaF-p52" /><ref name="DM179" />
   
 
==Appendix ==
 
==Appendix ==
 
===References===
 
===References===
 
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[[Category:Staves]]
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[[Category:Magic items]]
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[[Category:Items from Zakhara]]
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[[Category:Items from Toril]]
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[[Category:Items]]

Latest revision as of 22:49, December 16, 2017

The staff of the sands was a magical item that could be found in Zakhara, the Land of Fate.[1][2]

DescriptionEdit

These magical items were available in a wide variety.[1][2]

PowersEdit

These staves granted the following powers to a wizard at the expense of one charge: move sand, sand slumber, sand sword, stoneskin, and traceless travel.[1][2]

The following powers consumed two charges for regular wizards and only one charge for sand mages: conjure earth elemental, desert fist, and create shade.[1][2]

Sand mages gained exclusive access to the sink power at the expense of four charges.[1][2]

Any mage holding the staff gained the advantage of the cool strength spell so long as they maintained contact with the staff.[1][2]

Appendix Edit

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 Jeff Grubb (August 1992). Land of Fate (Fortunes and Fates). (TSR, Inc), p. 52. ISBN 978-1560763291.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 Jeff Grubb (March 1992). “Wonders of the Land of Fate”. In Roger E. Moore ed. Dragon #179 (TSR, Inc.), pp. 66–77.
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