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Talisman of True Faith

Source Pathfinder #76: The Midnight Isles pg. 61
Aura faint divination; CL 3rd
Slot none; Price 3,000 gp; Weight


A talisman of pure faith looks like a set of six of black and red hexagons nested within each other. When worn about the neck, a talisman of pure faith physically transforms into a holy symbol that matches the faith of the wearer, unless that information is blocked via a magical effect. It can be utilized as a divine focus, and doesn’t take up a neck slot when worn in this manner. If worn by someone who doesn’t worship a single deity, it remains in its hexagonal shape and cannot be used as a divine focus. As long as it is carried or worn, a talisman of pure faith functions as a phylactery of faithfulness. In addition, while it is worn, the talisman grants a +4 bonus on all concentration checks to cast spells impeded by planar traits.


Requirements Craft Wondrous Item, detect chaos, detect evil, detect good, detect law; Cost 1,500 gp