Interspatial rings are rings that act as a pocket dimension for its user, so the user can store and take things out from it at will. The user does not have to be touching an object to store it his/her interspatial ring; he/she only has to be (very) close to it. The rings can store anything except for living things (they can store corpses). In material planes, these rings are very, very rare and have a value of more than several hundred million gold coins (in the Yulan plane). In the Yulan Continent, they are also seen as proof of someone's stature and power, and no one is ever willing to sell one of these rings. However, in the Higher Planes, they are as common as water and every expert will have one.
These rings can only be used by its user, who has to bind it with blood. When the user dies, the rings become unbound and without a user, though the things they store remain inside. Thus, killers of interspatial ring owners will have to bind it with their own blood before they can take the things inside out. There is a limit to the number or amount of things that can be stored inside an interspatial ring, as the size of the interspatial ring is limited, but there seem to be different sizes of interspatial rings (needs to be checked).
If an interspatial ring was shattered, the contents of the shattered ring would be swept into chaotic space. Virtually all items would be destroyed by the energy flows of chaotic space. Only a small minority of items would survive.
For examples, Overgod talismans, the Overgod decree, Sovereign Artifacts, Divine Sparks…even if they were in a shattered interspatial ring, they would simply fall into and be lost in chaotic space, rather than truly disappear.
Alternative forms Edit
Interspatial rings are the most common of interspatial storage objects as they are small and convenient. Interspatial storage objects exist in other forms, such as an interspatial belt (used by Salomon).
- All disciples of the War God, O'Brien
- Most Deities
- Most people in the Higher Planes