I love this piece of sculptural art (found via random click) at the Ewing Workshop:

The Radhost Complector shows its bearer the way to other world realms and planes of existence. Etched inside you will find many dead ends and oubliettes tempting you to stray from the paths that lead to Avalon, Atlantis, Asgard, Midgard, Helheim and tir Na Nog, home to the Fae folk and to the Cormon. But most important of all, you will find the path home. The pointer of the Complector is a shard of citrine quartz suspended in the middle of three spinning brass rings that revolve to show you where you are, or perhaps warn you that you are on the wrong path. The hand beaten spherical brass map is protected by a segmented layer of oak and then encased in a cage of dressed copper and brass. A small covered portal in the Complector’ front can be opened in order to check your heading or you can open the top altogether if you are in fear of getting lost in the ether. If you intend for your adventures to take you to far off lands and realms of the unknown, or if you are seeking things most men fear to speak of, you will need to arm yourself with The Radhost Complector.

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2 Responses to “Found Object: The Radhost Complector”

  1. ironman says:

    If you’re considering purchasing a Radhost Complector, might we suggest that the perfect accessory is the Pearce 75 Atom Ray Gun….

  2. I have the 95 — same as the 75 , but I can also fire pulse groupings as well as single shots