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Chronomancer's Ring
Rarity: Very Rare
Aura: Transmutation (Strong)
This ring appears to be a nondescript precious metal band; often, it is sized for the largest finger of a medium humanoid creature, which may fit it to the smallest finger of a large humanoid creature, or on the thick thumbs of a small humanoid creature.
The ring must be worn to have effect. The wearing creature perceives time as going 3 time slower than usual; however, they are unable to move their body faster, feeling as if they are moving through water. Nonetheless, the creature can perceive faster, which grants:
- Advantage on Perception checks against Stealth or Sleight of Hand;
- Advantage on attack rolls, being able to notice weak spots and react much more quickly;
- Disadvantage on rolls to hit against the wearer, being able to move out of the way more proficiently.
Other characters observe that the wearer's speech (if any) is rushed or pressured and have a hard time understanding it; some may believe the ring simply drives the wearer insane without further context.
A spellcaster knowing Time Stop can perform a ritualized variant of the spell lasting a full 24 hours without interruption on a ring of precious metal to create this artifact. Depending on their CON score, the caster may receive a level of exhaustion for performing a ritual for that long. If the same ritual is performed to an extant Chronomancer's Ring, it becomes a Greater Chronomancer's Ring.
AC and HP are inherited from the progenitor ring. If it is destroyed, it merely loses its enchantment and becomes ineffective.
Per Detect Magic, this ring has a strong aura of transmutation.
The effects of wearing any multiple of this ring and the Greater Chronomancer's Ring do not stack. If both a normal and Greater Chronomancer's Ring are worn simultaneously, the Greater ring has precedence.