During medieval times there was a kingdom of great power in eastern Europe. It gained power through the use of the magical properties of gemstones, a power lost to time.
Throughout the time it was in power, it had many powerful and just kings. Until the end, when a king of less than great intentions gained the throne. He wished for a crown with the power to use ten different gemstones at a time, an ability that could not be duplicated with ten different Conduits, as only up to two can be active on a single person at a time.
The accounts stop after this particular part of the story, so many believe the creation of the crown led to the destruction of the kingdom. However, it is said that some of their Conduits still survive, hidden among the common jewelry without being able to be activated…
Many know this story, whether it be from a history-enthused friend, from a passing comment in history class leading to personal research, or what-have-you. However, few believe it, mostly due to the lack of other informative accounts and the fantastical idea of magic in gemstones, thoroughly disproven by scientific study.
However, one man did, and researched how to activate these ‘Conduits,’ the way to make them having been lost to time. He succeeds, and the runes engraved in the Conduit you have found in your possession starts to glow, and seems to tug you towards a strange mountain…do you follow its call?
Place of Origin: [smaller province of country(like a state), country]
Conduit Type: (Start with a necklace, bangle/bracelet, ring, or other such normal jewelry.)
Gemstone: (Please do not choose one another player has chosen, or are in the do-not-choose list. You’ll have a chance to get that type of gem later on, but I’d like everyone to start with a unique gem)
Misc: (interesting quirks, other information you might find necessary, but isn’t included in any other area)
Do not choose/taken list