Aegis Shield - Picture yourself, if you will, visiting the quirky house of the old wizard. You two have made a bit of friendship with each other these past few months, and you’ve started asking him some questions about the world beyond. You stumbled across the image of an ornate shield in a scroll you discovered in an ancient dungeon, and you’ve brought the scroll to the old man:
“Ah yes! The Aegis! You have good eye for the work of the Rendorum my friend. A mighty protector for even the sturdiest of adventures. These great shields are said to be nearly indestructible, and were forged from rare materials found deep in Black Mountain mines. My knowledge of them is limited, they’re quite rare you see- most of them lost through the ages. But! If my memory serves me, I seem to remember reading that they resist different attacks based on their adornment and metal type. A shield known as Gatekeeper is said to have resisted the blasts of even Niadul the Arcane! Ha! Such a tale seems likely inflated through the tellings in time, but nevertheless shows the mystery and power such an item could hold! If you would chance upon such an object in your travels, it would be a treasured find!”
The Raposa is seen jumping through three rings, symbolizing a quickness and connectedness of both movement and cognition. The fur blazes with the spirit of life, a fire that flows with cunning and jest. The colorful variants express these traits in different ways: The rainbow showing vibrance and play, the copper wisdom and wit, the antique slyness and mystery, and the silver levelheadedness and tenacity. Raposa celebrates the dynamic and amazing fox in its many forms, and hopes to remind the wearer of all these incredible traits within themself.
This art pin was produced with our friends at Ground Score.