Diviner (5e Equipment)

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Wondrous Item, artifact (Requires attunement by a Kree Altar)

The Diviner is a device made specifically to activate Inhuman powers. There are six of them total in the world, prepared to activate Inhumans at a Kree Altar. When placed on a Kree Altar, it will activate, growing Terrigen Crystals at an extended rate.
Destroying the Diviner. The Diviner can be destroyed by placing it on a Kree Altar. Its shell will fall apart, leaving growing Terrigen Crystals.

One of the six Diviners.

Diviner Metal[edit]

By itself, the Diviner is plenty formidable. Because it is made of Diviner Metal, when it is touched by any Large or smaller living creature which is not an Inhuman, then it begins turning them to stone. Those who touch it have roughly four rounds to live, during which time an ally may slice off the corrupted limbs (see table below). If an Inhuman, non-living creature (excluding the undead), or Large+ creature touches it, it displays the Words of Creation on its surface.

# Rounds Corrupted
1 Arm
2 Arm & Leg
3 Arm & Both Legs
4 Dead
(0 votes)

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