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The Crown of Fangs

Aura strong enchantment, illusion, necromancy; CL 20th Slot head; Weight 4 lbs.


Alignment LE; Ego 10; Senses 30 ft.
Int 10, Wis 10, Cha 12
Communication empathy


3/dayalter self, dominate person (DC 17), major image (DC 17), mirror image, mislead (DC 19)


Kazavon's teeth were set into a jeweled circlet of gold, creating the Crown of Fangs. The crown grants its wearer a +6 enhancement bonus to Constitution and Charisma, as well as regeneration 20. Only the blade Serithtial, a holy avenger, or a paladin's smite evil ability can deal lethal damage to the wearer. Additionally, the wearer gains the personal benefits of the spell foresight.


The Crown of Fangs is destroyed if struck by a holy sword forged by a once-mortal god.


Knowledge (history or local) DC 25:

Upon Kazavon’s death, the wyrm’s skull was thoroughly dismembered, leaving a noble Shoanti shaman of the Sklar-Quah, Coja Eyes-Aflame, with the burden of hiding the dragon’s fangs for all times. Rather than traveling back to his people, Coja journeyed among Varisia’s seven quahs, seeking the council of his people’s oldest shamans and the totem spirits of all the Shoanti. His journey took him more than a year, but in the end he returned to his people in the Varisian lowlands. Having thought much on the subject and weighed the council of wise men and spirits, the brave shaman went to the cliffs that kept the waters back from his people’s lands. There, in an ancient, forsaken place, stood one of the sacred sites of the Shoanti, the Grand Mastaba—a great plateau-pyramid, a remnant from an age long ago.

Into the monument the brave shaman went, but he never emerged. To honor Coja Eyes-Aflame and keep his promise to eternally guard his cursed charge, the shamans of the Sklar-Quah protected the Grand Mastaba for many centuries. Even when the armies of strangers from the south came, the Shoanti fought tenaciously to keep them from the sacred site. And even when they were ousted to the lands of fire and ash, the Sklar-Quah watched from afar, wary of the danger over which their enemies build their homes.