of the Vohoun > Wonders
Once per day, the wielder can deliver a shocking blow through the spear for 2d6 points of damage, in addition to any normal damage the spear might do. This damage is not doubled as part of a critical hit.
This is a simple looking, but remarkably resilient, spell book that once belonged to the hydromancer Redald.
It's cover is made of sting-ray skin dyed a deep-blue, with the outline of a stingray inlaid in silver on its cover.. Its pages are waterproof, to the point that it can even be opened and studied underwater. The first several pages of the book detail how it was made, and explain its properties. It also notes that no special ink is required to make writing entered into the book waterproof -- the magic protects any ink.
The book has 30 blank pages remaining, and includes the following spells:
Although this is not included in the book, it is easily learned through inquiries in the Principality: Redald was a mage of some note who served as a mage-for-hire on several ships in the Vohoun before retiring to New Restenford in CY 583.
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