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Holy Symbol Wayfinder of Cayden Cailean


Pathfinder Campaign Setting General Discussion

Andoran

Greetings!

I want to get a Holy Symbol wayfinder for my Inquisitor of Cayden Cailean, but I can't decide what it should look like. A friend suggested a Mug with a clear bottom, so you can look down the mug to see the compass.

Anybody else have an idea?

Shadow Lodge

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Glass coaster with a compass inside?

Osirion

Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Comics Subscriber; Pathfinder Campaign Setting, Cards, Companion, Maps, Modules, Roleplaying Game Subscriber

Float a compass needle on the surface of your drink.

Could be messy, if your beer has a good head on it.

Cheliax

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Companion Subscriber

By the description of the Holy Symbol wayfinder, you get your wayfinder inscribed with the holy symbol... so it's a compass with a picture of a beer-stein on it


...though a stein with a compass on it would also be cool :)
It could even be a little one that fits in the handle.

Qadira

hope the Ioun stone socketed doesn't slip out when your drinking....

Silver Crusade

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nosig wrote:
hope the Ioun stone socketed doesn't slip out when your drinking....

Whole new meaning to a drink "on the rocks"...

Qadira

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Alexander_Damocles wrote:
nosig wrote:
hope the Ioun stone socketed doesn't slip out when your drinking....
Whole new meaning to a drink "on the rocks"...

This too, shell pass...

Shadow Lodge

I reckon it should come with the option of opening up Swiss-Army-Knife-style to offer use of a corkscrew, bottle opener, foil cutter, stirring rod, etc

Andoran

Justin Riddler wrote:
By the description of the Holy Symbol wayfinder, you get your wayfinder inscribed with the holy symbol... so it's a compass with a picture of a beer-stein on it

Whoops! Misread it then. Thanks!


Actually you were right Duedor.

Pathfinder Society Field Guide wrote:
This wayfinder has been carved or molded to resemble your deity’s holy or unholy symbol and may serve as an icon of both the Pathfinder Society and your chosen faith.

Contributor

It's a tippling cane with a compass set in the knob.

Basically you a have a walking stick. It counts as a club. It can be masterwork if you feel like it. The compass is set into the knob at the top. The knob can also be unscrewed to reveal a flask which can be filled with brandy or any other desired spirit.

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