I didn't believe them, and I nearly shrieked the first time it worked. All I did was place the vessel on a table— and it was gone. Reduced to the size and shape of a single kernel.Maize vessels are incredibly rare, magical items, with the power to compact and store objects as corn kernels.
Wielding MaizeMaize vessels can be found within the Qet TTRPG! Be it hidden within a crumbling temple, or sold by a merchant.
? had died on a pilgrimage, and his body buried in a nearby clearing by his travelling companions. A few kernels of corn, food for the journey still in his pouch, would take root after. Faithful members of the Tuepluezet? faith would later arrive to mourn the laktou's passing— finding the corpse marked by blood-red cornstalks. Within these stalks were barren corncobs— without a single kernel. As if something had eaten them before they had a chance to grow. These cobs could not be fully shucked, either, their leaves simply falling to their sides like some kind of protective cover. The first pilgrim to touch one found a ring on their person missing— and a single kernel appeared on the cob. The pilgrims would free the cobs from their stalks— and distribute them among various places of worship. Unfortunately, no more would grow. Over time, several vessels would go missing— finding themselves forgotten in dank tombs, wielded by the wealthy and powerful, or sold for a fortune by specialty merchants.
This string is often long enough for one to hang the vessel from a belt or strap as they feel necessary. Some vessels have had fine leather straps, bags, cases, or other embellishments attached to them, in order to appear more valuable to those unaware— though most remain largely unmodified. Stored objects appear as translucent corn kernels. Upon close inspection one will notice the object "floating" within the clear kernel. While holding the vessel near one's ear, they may also hear the faint heartbeat of the dead laktou.