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Pentacle Token

Source Pathfinder #108: Hell Comes to Westcrown pg. 22
Aura strong conjuration; CL 13th
Slot none; Price 6,000 gp; Weight 1/2 lb.


Roughly the size of a saucer, this thin ceramic disc is painted red and marked with an inverted pentagram, the unholy symbol of Asmodeus. A pentacle token must first be attuned to a devil by touching the token to a devil as a standard action. A single pentacle token can be attuned to one devil of CR 9 or higher, or up to five devils of CR 8 or lower. An individual devil can be attuned to only one pentacle token at a time. Attuning a pentacle token to additional devils beyond these limits replaces earlier attunements, starting with the earliest attunement.

An attuned pentacle token can be broken as a standard action, immediately alerting all devils attuned to that token of the owner’s location and the distance and direction to it. If the devil has the greater teleport spell-like ability, it can use that ability as an immediate action to transport itself to a square adjacent to the broken pentacle token. Teleporting to the token’s location in this way increases the devil’s damage reduction by 5 (for example, from DR 10/good to DR 15/good) for 1 hour (if the devil does not already have damage reduction, it gains DR 5/good for 1 hour). The creature breaking a pentacle token has no control over or command of any devils attuned to that token. Once a pentacle token is broken, it loses its magic and cannot be used again.


Requirements Craft Wondrous Item, refuge, creator must be a cleric of Asmodeus; Cost 3,750 gp