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The Throne of Nalt

Aura strong divination and enchantment; CL 20th Slot none; Weight 3,475 lbs.


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


At willdetect evil, detect good, discern lies (DC 16)
3/daydismissal (DC 17), greater command (DC 17)
1/dayplanar binding (DC 19)


Great horns of gold, a massive sea serpent's skull, and the wings of Kazavon form the ornate Throne of Nalt. The throne grants whoever is seated upon it a +6 enhancement bonus to Charisma and Wisdom. Once per day, the user can cast geas/quest. Any creature with the evil subtype takes a –6 penalty on saving throws to resist this effect.


The Throne of Nalt crumbles to dust if a person who wants nothing sits upon it and bequeaths all he has to another.


Knowledge (history, local, or nobility) DC 25:

The Wings of Kazavon fell to the honorable dervish, Kallad of Rahadoum, to protect. On his travels back to Azir, a powerful storm beset the desert wanderer and Kallad and his ship were lost.

In 4618 ar, due west of the iniquitous city of Ilizmagorti, the shiftless smuggler Nalt Tarbrow hauled a strange leather sail from the sea and was instantly transfixed. Within a year, nearly two hundred men and three ships served under Admiral Nalt’s black-winged banner, unloading all manner of treasures and ill-gotten gains onto their leader’s hidden island refuge of Eel’s Skull. In his sea cave fortress, Nalt ruled as a pirate prince, even crafting the wings that heralded his change in fortune into an imperious throne, setting it with a massive sea serpent’s skull and great horns of gold.

The Throne of Nalt was occupied for but a brief time. The would-be pirate lord’s swift ascent into infamy sparked the ire of numerous other notorious villains. The loose tongue of one of Nalt’s captains soon brought an armada of enemies to the pirate lord’s doorstep. After weeks of siege by sea, an increasingly unhinged Nalt—refusing to have his treasures stolen away—set Eel’s Skull aflame, destroying the fortress and burying his treasure vaults beneath tons of rock.

Over the centuries, dozens of treasure hunters have plumbed the ruins of Eel’s Skull, but the best-known prize, Nalt’s grim throne, has never been reclaimed.