Talisman of Binding - 1000cr
This talisman invests the power to lay a powerful room effect, preventing most forms of magical
transport in and out of the room that is enacted in. This item's power is finite, with every 10
seconds of effect costing 5% of its charge. When it is depleted, you'll have to wait for it to
recharge. You can check the item's charge level at any time by probing it.
Not to sound bitchy or anything, because I loooove my shiny new Talisman of Binding, and all of it's Jhui-nerfing slendor, but why does it stop ALL of Targossas' travel abilities, and NONE of Ashtan's? It also doesn't stop Flagon, which is half of the reason I bought it. It also doesn't seem to be stopping virtually anything, including earrings, from traveling INTO the room, contrary to the description (bolded).
Probably should have asked Tecton to test it before I bought it, but I'm guessing they didn't think of the flagon.
Things it doesn't stop that it probably should: (keep in mind, it doesn't last very long, and can only be used once in a long while)
Not sure why Deliverance and Pilg got hit, but none of its equivalents did. Just saying, should be fair across the board. I like that it stops deliverance, but it should also stop Uni/Pathfinder. What's the point of stopping Lame Insta-Travel Ability 'A' if everyone can still use 'B'? It REALLY needs to stop Uni.