The power to obtain mystic powers through objects. Variation of Powers Via Object.
- Magic/Magical Object
The user has access to an object that grants them mystic powers. Some of the best known objects in this category include wands, staffs, rings, cloth and weapons. The most powerful of these objects allow a powerful magic user to unleash the full extent of their skills. It may be more easily utilized by a user who was born with an affinity for the arcane, although this is not always the case.
If users with little to no prowess in the arcane arts enter into contact with them, then the power of the artifact may overwhelm them, causing many side-effects such as not being able to use the power or being driven to madness, or even dying. Note that the object can be wielded by anyone, even those who are not born with an affinity for magic. In this case, it may take more time to learn or control all of the abilities that the artifact possesses. In the case it is a weapon which the user is already familiar with, like Magic Arrows for example, than it may be easier to utilize them even without any experience in the mystic arts (although producing them may be more difficult).
- Enchanted Armor
- Magic Books
- Magic Gauntlet
- Magic Hat
- Magic Instrument
- Magic Ring
- Magic Sword
- Magic Arrows
- Magic Weaponry
- Magical Feathers
- Spell Casting
- Wand Magic
- Anti-Magic/Curse Negation/Magic Destruction/Magic Immunity/Magic Negation/Object Negation
- Full power may only be accessible for certain people.
- Inexperienced users may have difficulty controlling the power granted to them.
- May break under enough pressure.