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Sigil Emporium – Hide of the Chrysalid Lion

The Chrysalid Lion was an immense beast that terrorised the lands of an ancient archipelago. It was monstrous and fearsome, yet touched with an otherworldly beauty. Its fur looked finer than the purest gold, its claws seemingly carved from obsidian, and its teeth whiter than marble. This embodiment of death and beauty could not be killed by mortal men, and it took the power of a god to wrestle it to the ground and strangle the life from it. Using its own claws to cut through its skin, the god wore the Chrysalid Lion’s pelt as impenetrable armour, with its maned skull forming his helmet. The Hide was given to one

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Sigil Bestiary: The Kobold

These mischievous little sprites can be found nearly everywhere, for those with the right eyes to see, that is. Kobolds do not truly exist within the mortal plane, and are instead creatures of the aether. They dip into our world from time to time to see what the mortal men are up to, experience what the tangible world is like, and perhaps wreak a little havoc. Kobolds are neither malicious nor capricious; the mischief they cause stems from their everchanging and shifting sense of morality, values and ethics, which echo the tumultuous and chaotic landscape of their aetherial home. Their minds are nothing like ours, and so misunderstandings are exceedingly common.

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Sigil Emporium – Devil’s Dagger

There are realms beyond the knowledge of mortal men that lie far across the twisting seas of the aether. In one of these, there is an archfiend that sees all of creation in each realm across the aether as his to command and conquer. To prepare his new domains for conquest, this vile serpent has sent gifts across the aether to sow chaos and foment strife. To any incidental observer, these gifts mean nothing. They are simple, unadorned daggers with a curved hilt and black blade. Nothing too out of the ordinary. Yet, when they are used, they can kill anyone and anything with the lightest touch. They can overthrow empires

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Sigil Bestiary: The Judge

There is no such thing as an innocent man, but unfortunately for society, the egregiously guilty amongst us do not have the courage to simply hand themselves in to the authorities for judgement. So if the mountain does not want to come to the man, then the man must go to the mountain; and so the authority of the land has instituted the Judges to walk among the people and proclaim judgement on their sins as these Judges see fit. With nigh unlimited authority to be the accuser, jury and executioner, the Judges are feared throughout the land. Clad in metal and dark robes, no one knows the true identity of

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Sigil Emporium – Helm of the Dead

Said to have been stolen from the Lord of Death himself, the Helm of the Dead is as powerful as it is seemingly innocuous. It looks like nothing more than an archaic, but well cared for, helmet; but it is this simplicity that has helped protect both the Helm and its series of owners across the years. Other than physically protecting the bearer’s head, the Helm of the Dead allows its owner to turn invisible at will. With merely a wish to go unnoticed and a bit of willpower to turn the dream into reality, the Helm, its bearer, and whatever he is wearing and wielding will become entirely invisible and

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