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Crown of Fangs

Source Curse of the Crimson Throne (PFRPG) pg. 432, Pathfinder #12: Crown of Fangs pg. 64
Aura strong enchantment, illusion, and necromancy CL 20th
Slot head; Price —; Weight 4 lbs.

Statistics

Alignment LE; Ego 20
Senses 30 ft.
Int 10, Wis 10, Cha 12
Communication empathy

Description

The eponymous fangs set into this jeweled golden circlet are those of the dragon Kazavon. The crown grants its wearer a +6 enhancement bonus to her Constitution and Charisma scores, as well as regeneration 20. Only a blade capable of destroying the crown, like Serithtial, can bypass this regeneration. The wearer gains the personal benefits of foresight, while the crown itself can cast each of the following spells three times per day: alter self, dominate person (DC 17), major image (DC 17), mirror image, and mislead (DC 19).

Queen Ileosa and this crown are bound together, and she retains its bonuses to her ability scores and regeneration even if she isn’t wearing the crown, regardless of the distance between the two. She prefers to wear the crown because that allows it to use its spells in her defense—and because of her vanity and pride.

Destruction

The Crown of Fangs is destroyed if struck (while unattended) by a holy sword forged by a once-mortal god—the blade Serithtial is one such blade.