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WayfinderfinderEquipment 5

Source Pathfinder Blog: April Fools
Weight negligible

This extremely fetching oversized compass has numerous extraneous gears, levers, doodads, and buttons. It does not function as a compass. Instead, it always points to the nearest wayfinder. An indentation in the middle of the wayfinderfinder can hold a single wayfinder. A wayfinder stored in this manner-and any aeon stone it may contain-provides no benefits, but the wayfinderfinder points to the nearest wayfinder of the type stored within, instead of any wayfinder. If you have more than one wayfinderfinder holding a wayfinder on your person at a given time, the wayfinderfinders point to each other instead, and any aeon stones in your possession begin annoyingly bouncing off your head instead of rotating around it.

Activate One Action command

Effect The wayfinderfinder shouts "Explore! Report! Cooperate!" then rapidly explains that certain uses of the wayfinderfinder may void its warranty.

Note: This item originates from the 2022 Paizo April Fools Blog post.



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