Golden Phoenix Djinn | STAR
We recently came across a place, which can only be found on the other end of the Devil’s Kettle. Whether or not you have searched this item up after seeing our other piece title The Other Side of the Devil’s Kettle, here’s what happened:
The Devil’s Kettle is a hole that is absolutely massive in size that drains a portion of a river and it is entirely unknown where it goes. Or rather, it was. What the Devil’s Kettle actually is is something of a worm hole that takes quite some time to pass through, which we believe means that where it leads is both not of this world and is actually quite a serious distance away from Earth all together. However, if that weren’t the case, there are other things that make it sort of obvious.
The portal itself opens in a huge cave-like place but the ceiling is entirely open to reveal a sky so clear that—if you arrive at night—you can see every star in the sky despite the sky being much brighter than it is on Earth at night. The world itself has a total of two moons that can be seen from the opening in the ceiling of the cave.
In the cave itself, the place is absolutely littered with lost items. On Earth, researchers have thrown a plethora of items into the Devil’s Kettle and they have never been able to find where the items end up. From what it appears like, it also seems to be something that could absolutely exist on other planets whose population, especially any of which believe that the portal itself is somehow linked to a deity, tend to throw stuff into it in the beliefs that it’ll appease their gods.
Among the items we’ve seen—aside from the multi-colored ping pong balls and logs tossed down by the dorks of our planet—there is also a massive amount of treasure down there. If the languages or figures depicted on the items are anything to go by, they all seem to be from different eras and even different worlds. Some of these items are made of general ore—gold, diamond, copper—but there are some that are made of material we’ve never seen. Some of these items are even enchanted with special abilities and grant power we’ve never encountered before.
While the other piece controls time and allows you to travel through it easily, this piece is the vessel of a very old and very powerful djinn. We already knew that djinn existed in other worlds but we’ve never come across them before. This one, just by touching the very item itself, allows you to see the entire past up until present of all the places it has seen and been. This also works if, while holding this piece, you touch something else as well—you will instantly know all there is to know about it. We suspect that it has been hidden away in the other end of the Devil’s Kettle for quite some time but before that, it has memories of the djinn itself, every owner to have ever come across it, and all that it has done.
The first memory that strikes anyone who touches this piece is that of the djinn, who while a physical being could cause incineration by touch, had lived for many centuries, and was entirely immune to anything that could kill a human. At one point he appeared to be a King or Emperor of some sort. When he was overthrown, he was forced into this piece and the leader after him wore this item to make use of his power.
The item itself is enchanted with very powerful magic—none of which that we placed ourselves—which allows for the djinn’s magic to be used by any who are in possession of this piece as though the magic itself was their own. Additionally, the djinn is sired, which means it will obey the command of its master unconditionally. He physically cannot bring harm to you and he is extremely easy to work with. Anything you are seeking to be granted to you be it gambling, a different family situation, or generally anything you want fixed he will do for you. He does not discriminate against anything. He can do anything you ask him to because he can open any portal to any realm and thus he has access to all the power and resources that he needs to please you.
His name is Eutaius and he is entirely at your service.