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A strife specibus available on the Overseer Project, revolving around the beauty of clocks

Basic itemsEdit

WristwatchEdit

A digital timekeeping device worn around the wrist. Well, if you want to be boring about it and NOT headbutt some time into your enemies, anyway.

  • Code: P2n8AlrK
  • Strength: 2
  • Abstratus: Clockkind, Accessory


PocketwatchEdit

Pocketwatch

Pocketwatch

A spring-driven pocket-watch.

  • Code:Mjv13I1r
  • Strength: 1
  • Abstratus: Clockkind, Accessory


Analogue clockEdit

Just like a digital clock! Except it seems to have a face, two hands and makes a really cool sound- *ticktockticktockticktockticktockticktock*

  • Code:mNHpwah7
  • Strength: 2
  • Abstratus: Clockkind


Grandfather ClockEdit

A large clock that chimes every hour. It needs to rewound every once in a while to stay on time. Surprisingly light enough to be swung, though it's not recommended.

  • Code:T1CKt0ck
  • Strength: 6 (two handed)
  • Aggress penalty: -1
  • Assail penalty: -2
  • Assault penalty: -3
  • Abstratus: Clockkind

Advanced ItemsEdit

Clockwork DefenseEdit

A compact and always timely shield that will always be there to remind enemies that they really don't have the time to hit you.

  • Code: !Rt!VltU
  • Strength: 36
  • Abjure bonus: 8
  • Abstain bonus: 8
  • Abstratus: Clockkind, Shieldkind


Clock ShotEdit

Cut your foes' time short. With bullets.

  • Code: x3xlFlrT
  • Strength: 50 (Two handed)
  • Assail bonus: 4
  • Abjure bonus: 4
  • Abstratus: Clockkind, Riflekind


River of TimeEdit

"Looks like a large wristwatch with a narrow 'strap' that makes the handle. You're not sure you can row with this."

  • Code: !JdRot7!
  • Strength: 22
  • Abstratus: Clockkind, Oarkind


Defender's TimetableEdit

"This shield bears a striking resemblance to the outside of a pocket watch. It has a clock within it, but the time it tells is inaccurate. Probably because you keep letting imps bash it."

  • Code: M9n1320G
  • Strength: 24
  • Abstratus: clockkind, Shieldkind


Timey-Wimey Wall ClockEdit

It looks like a regular wall clock, only painted green. There seems to be a field of distortion directly around it, and it tells time in a way that you don't understand. All...wibbly-wobbly.

  • Code: x3rPB!r?
  • Strength: 35
  • Abstratus: Clockkind


Pocket Digiwatch Edit

Pocketdigiwatch

pocket digiwatch

For those too cool to wear a wristwatch and too impractical to just use a cellphone.

  • Code:MzvjFM3r
  • Strength: 248
  • Assault: 57
  • Abstratus: Clockkind, Accessory


ZA WATCHUDOEdit

After you turn the time-stop off, you REALLY want to ram a finger into your skull and shout "The strongest has arrived!" Try not to do that first one.

  • Code:s!zzd?d!
  • Strength: 275
  • Aggrieve bonus: 21
  • Aggress bonus: 21
  • Assail bonus: 21
  • Assault bonus: 21
  • Abuse bonus: 21
  • Accuse bonus: 21
  • Abjure bonus: 21
  • Abstain bonus: 21
  • Abstratus: Clockkind, Accessory


Timekeeper CubeEdit

Depending on how the segments of the cube are aligned, the clockwork covering it fits together in different ways, which somehow makes time flow differently for the user.

  • Code: C2ROP6G4
  • Strength: 1728
  • Aggress bonus: 16
  • Assail bonus: 64
  • Assault bonus: 256
  • Accuse bonus: 16
  • Abjure bonus: 64
  • Abstain bonus: 256
  • Time affinity: 10%
  • Abstratus: clockkind, cubekind

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