Description: First crafted by an artificer whose name has been lost to the ages, this slender truesilver rod is sturdy and constantly weeps salty water.

Powers: Once per day, the wielder may cast a crushing despair* spell (DC 17). In addition, the rod functions as a + 1 light mace.

Moderate divination; CL 9th; Craft Rod, crushing despair*; Price 7,400 gp.

Philosophers have written books about the connection between experiencing spells and the compulsion to capture them on paper. Scrolls, spells stored in written form, are the ultimate product of this compulsion.

A spell on a scroll can be used only once. The writing vanishes from the scroll when the spell is activated.

Some scrolls are not used to hold standard spells but powerful enchantments (such as the scroll of regeneration in Magic and Mayhem). For game purposes, they are considered wondrous items. All but the most primitive cultures of Azeroth have developed scrolls, and all spellcasting paths (including druids and shamans) may use spell scrolls.

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