Artifacts

Artifacts

The list below represents a gathering of artifacts the Draco Foundation is actively seeking. It is not exhaustive
The Coin of Lu After the death of Dunkelzahn, the First Coin of Luck was, according to the terms of his Will, given to the poor fisherman Sun Yat-Sun of Hong Kong. Unfortunately, Sun Yat-Sun was killed and the Coin stolen. The Coin was temporarily the property of the Sons of Thunder, local shadowrunning group. This group was nearly killed when they attempted to sell the Coin to Organized Crime. Ryumyo then possessed the coin until 2062, when it was again stolen, this time by Ghostwalker; but his agent was killed shortly after arriving in Denver. The current whereabouts and owner of the Coin are unknown.
The Preah Khan The Preah Khan ("Holy Sword") is the magic sword symbol of the Khmer Kingdom; it was lost in 1971. Why the Draco Foundation desires it is anyones guess.
The Roggoth'Shoth In an ancient time, the mage Penticlese wrote of an even elder time, of horrors and of the distant metaplanar Vault of Roggoth'shoth and Azzorloth, the Bridge Between Worlds. While this book was reportedly destroyed in 2056, there are reports of copies, or perhaps the original itself that are surfacing
Excalibur (Caliburn, The Sword of Light) This blade is so famous, if you're reading this and don't know what it is, explaining it won't help any.
The Crystal of Oleg This crystal, the size of a chickens egg, holds within it a swirling shadow. Discovered in the Ukraine just before Dunklezahn's death, it has since disappeared.
The Astrolabe of the Deep This artifact, said to be solid orichalcum and a relic of the 4th world, reportedly allows the user to chart manalines as they travel between stellar bodies.
Du'ash Alan A text of alchemical recipes said to be from the middle ages, but transcribed from far older texts. Three known copies exist. One in the Oxford Rare Books Library, One in the Library of Congress and one in the Cairo Museum of History.
Zulfiqar "Spinecleaver" The scimitar is one of the oldest and best known symbols of Islam, and is particularly important to Shī‘ah, Alevi and Sufi.
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