Abacus Ring of Storage (5e Equipment)

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Ring, legendary (requires attunement by a spellcaster, monk, or mystic)

This enchanted ring is a tool, an instrument of mathematics. A student at a wizard's college designed the ring to help him keep track of numbers, but later enchanted it to hold his spell energy. You can use an action to store a spell slot, or any number of psi points or ki points, into the ring. The slot or psi points are then absorbed into it as spell levels, psi points, or ki points respectively. The ring can hold a maximum of 7 spell levels, psi points, or ki points and you can use them to cast your spells and to activate your psionic abilities or ki point abilities.

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Abacus Ring of Storage

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