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Sentient Amulet (Very Rare)

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Sentient Amulet is a very rare Amulet that allows the wearer to cast Shatter Shatter once per Long Rest and Ki Restoration (Greater) Ki Restoration (Greater) once per Long Rest. It is a possible reward for the quest Help the Cursed Monk.

Description Icon.png

Sun-graced warmth radiates from both the pendant and its chain. Somehow, even a brief glance of it brings a smile to your face.

Properties

  • Amulets Amulets
  • Rarity: Very Rare
  •  Weight: 0.05 kg / 0.1 lb
  • Price: 210 gp
  • UID UNI_WYR_MonkAmulet_AfterCombat
    UUID 7eaa1331-877c-40d7-9811-8238aee09f68

Special

The wearer of this item gains:

Shatter Shatter ()
Cast as a level 3 spell ( Recharge: Long rest.)

Where to find

Obtained upon completing the Help the Cursed Monk quest (if the player refuses to take on the monk's madness and fights him).

Notes

  • This page describes the version of the Sentient Amulet obtained after finishing the Help the Cursed Monk quest. For the version that starts the quest, see the Sentient Amulet (Rare) page.
  • Unlike the other version of the amulet, Shatter may be cast from this amulet without requiring a Wisdom Saving Throw. However, it has been changed to a Long Rest recharge time, rather than Short Rest.
  • The version of Ki Restoration (Greater) Ki Restoration (Greater) granted by this amulet restores a random number of Ki Points equal to your martial arts die, rather than always restoring 2 Ki Points. For example, a level 9 Monk (martial arts die of 1d8) restores 1~8 Ki Points.

Bugs

  • Although the tooltip says the Shatter spell granted by this amulet is level 2, this upgraded version actually deals 4d8Damage TypesThunder damage, in line with the level 3 version of Shatter. (This may be a bug and could change in later versions of the game.)(2023-09-17)

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • While the player carries the Sentient Amulet, the Cursed Monk will occasionally make comments at various locations and after specific interactions