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Shieldstone of Isha

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Shieldstone of Isha
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Overview
TypeTalisman
RarityIcon rarity legendary small.png Legendary
RaceHigh Elves
LordAlarielle the Radiant
Required DLCThe Queen and the Crone

The Shieldstone of Isha is a talisman item introduced in Total War: Warhammer II The Queen and the Crone. It is a legendary item for Alarielle the Radiant.

It is a hidden legendary item. The quest to unlock it will appear when Alarielle reaches rank 2. The quest requires you to capture and occupy the Phoenix Gate. After completing this you will be rewarded with the Shieldstone of Isha.

Description[edit | edit source]

As old as Ulthuan itself, the Shieldstone pulses with warding and protective energies.

Lore Background[edit | edit source]

The Shieldstone is as old as Ulthuan itself and pulses with inner energies. Only the Everqueen can release the power it contains to ward away harm from the pure-hearted, deflecting mortal blows and dashing arrows to the floor. [1]

Quest[edit | edit source]

A great stain is upon the land. Avelorn suffers, and so the light within the Shieldstone of Isha dims. For the first time in the gods' memory, the Druchii - the lost kin - have taken the Phoenix Gate. Finubar and Tyrion are rightly distracted by the momentous events of the Vortex, but Alarielle has never been a queen the merely perches upon a throne. She will act - the Phoenix Gate will return to Asur hands!

Objective: Capture and occupy the Phoenix Gate.

Effects[edit | edit source]

  • Melee defence +5
  • Ward save +5%
  • Passive ability: Shieldstone of Isha
    • Type: Ward Save (Area)
    • Duration: Constant
    • Target: Self, affects allies in range
    • Range: 40m
    • +12% physical resistance

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