The Sealing of Jars

Category:
book/scroll
Description:

The Sealing of Jars
by Mustafah ibn-Iblis, 716, written in Arabic
The author makes no claims that this is an original work, instead alluding to an earlier scroll written around the time of King Solomon. The work describes the rituals used by King Solomon to bind rebellious genies into copper jars, which were then deposited in the sea. The author’s name is likely fictitious, as the word Iblis refers to the Islamic version of Satan. It grants a +2 bonus (or d4–1 skill) when dealing with binding rituals (see Horror Companion page 33) and a +3 bonus (or d4 skill) when referencing Arabic demons (also called djinn, efrit, and ghuls) with any Knowledge roll.

Bio:

The Sealing of Jars

The Color of Night The_CDM The_CDM