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Relics

Source Gamemastery Guide pg. 94
Some extraordinary magic items grow in power along with a character, gaining abilities that add to an adventurer’s legend. These are called relics, and owning one can define a character more than any other magic item could.

Relic Gifts

Gifts are divided up into three tiers. Minor gifts grant useful, often scaling abilities and are available early in a character’s career. Major gifts define a relic, determining its true purpose and granting powerful abilities. Grand gifts are the pinnacle of power, and most relics never have more than one.

The more gifts there are of one aspect, the more the relic reflects that aspect, and the more influence the aspect has on the character who wields it. An item with multiple shadow gifts might begin to lose its color. With four or five, the character that wields it might take on an ashen tone and the relic might become entirely made of shadow.

Gift Saves and Spell Attack Rolls

Many gifts allow for a saving throw or have other abilities that change as the relic goes up in level. The DC for any saving throw called for by a gift is its owner’s class DC or spell DC. The spell attack modifier of a gift is 10 lower than that DC. A relic’s counteract modifier is equal to its owner’s counteract modifier.

Soul Seeds

Part magical item, part undefined mote of sentience, soul seeds are sources of magic that come to reside within a creature, granting diverse and powerful abilities. In the rare cases when a soul seed isn't already bound to a living soul, it looks like a glowing mote with a crystal-like center, often centering on a point of light. For more detailed rules on soul seeds, read here.

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Life Gifts

Bestow LifeMinor Gift

PositiveTransmutation
Source Gamemastery Guide pg. 101
Aspect life
Activate Two ActionsTwo Actions command, envision; Frequency once per day; Effect Effect An infusion of positive energy from your relic can temporarily animate an unliving object. You transform an adjacent inanimate object into an animated object with a level equal to one-half the relic’s level and appropriate to the object (so a broom would become an animated broom). The object pursues a single simple noncombat task you state when you use Bestow Life, ignoring any subsequent commands. The object is mindless and pursues the task single-mindedly and uncreatively. The object remains animated for 1 hour.

Healing WaveMinor Gift

HealingNecromancyPositive
Source Gamemastery Guide pg. 102
Aspect life
Activate Two ActionsTwo Actions envision; Frequency once per hour; Effect You release a wave of positive energy in a 15-foot cone. You and each living target in the area regain 1d4 HP per level of the relic.

Overflowing LifeMinor Gift

HealingNecromancyPositive
Source Gamemastery Guide pg. 102
Aspect life
Life force flows through you, and positive energy causes your vital essence to burst through your skin like beads of liquid light. You gain an item bonus equal to half the relic’s level (minimum 1) to the Hit Points you recover from positive healing spells; this bonus applies only the first time per casting that a particular spell heals you.

InextinguishableMajor Gift

NecromancyPositive
Source Gamemastery Guide pg. 102
Aspect life
Your connection to life force makes you more difficult to snuff out than others. You die from the dying condition at dying 5, rather than dying 4. If you roll a success on a save against a death or negative effect, you get a critical success instead.

Vitality SiphonMajor Gift

HealingNecromancyPositive
Source Gamemastery Guide pg. 102
Aspect life
Activate ReactionReaction envision; Trigger An ally within 60 feet regains more Hit Points than it is currently down via a targeted positive healing effect without a duration; Effect Your relic acts as a relay for vitality. You or an adjacent willing creature regain a number of Hit Points equal to the amount in excess of the triggering creature’s maximum Hit Points; for instance, if the triggering creature was missing 5 Hit Points and was targeted by a heal spell that restored 12 Hit Points, you or an adjacent willing creature would regain the remaining 7 Hit Points.

Life EverlastingGrand Gift

HealingNecromancyPositive
Source Gamemastery Guide pg. 102
Aspect life
Activate Two ActionsTwo Actions envision; Frequency once per day; Effect Massive amounts of positive energy surge forth. For 1 minute, you emit positive energy in a 10-foot emanation centered on you. At the end of your turn, you (if you are living) and allied living creatures in the emanation regain 10 Hit Points. If you or an allied creature would die due to an increased dying value, you can Dismiss the activation as a free action to prevent the death; if you do, their dying value doesn’t increase.