Ring of Aging (3.5e Equipment)
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|The Ring of Aging|
Ring of Aging: This item is a cursed ring disguised as a magical artifact. It feeds on the user's natural lifespan in order to provide them with power, a facade it maintains to constantly find new unlucky souls, fooled by the item's power.
The ring, when worn, causes the user to age every day as if he had aged a year, starting from after the ring is worn for 30 minutes continuously. This means that, after a day's time, he becomes a year older, and incurs the normal aging penalties for his race as if he had aged naturally. At this point, the user also benefits from a +2 modifier to Strength, Dexterity, Constitution, Intelligence, Wisdom, and Charisma.
This ring has no magical benefit when worn by creatures which are immune to aging. For creatures temporarily immune to aging, the time worn continuously will still be counted, however all other magic effects of this ring will be suppressed until you are no longer immune to aging. For some creatures, such as elans, who have normal aging effects but no maximum age, the ring will function normally until venerable age is reached, at which point the ring's beneficial functions will stop benefiting the wearer.
Moderate; (DC 19) Necromancy;CL 9th; ; Activation: See Text; Weight: — lb.; Market Price: 500,000 gp