The rod of ivandis is the weapon most effective against vampyres once the In Aid of the Myreque quest is complete. It is created by casting Lvl-1 Enchant on a Silvthrill rod and then dipping the enchanted rod into the well at Paterdomus with rope. A Silvthrill rod can be created by using a sapphire, mithril bar and silver bar on a furnace with a rod mould in the inventory. A fully charged rod of ivandis has 10 charges. It is for all intents a magic staff (with which it shares the same stats) and therefore can be used to autocast magic spells.
The rod of ivandis features in A Taste of Hope, in which it is used along with a chain and an enchanted emerald sickle (b) to make the Ivandis flail. The Ivandis flail is the only weapon that can be used to damage Vyrewatch.
The rod of ivandis is a reconstruction of the one used by Ivandis Seergaze, one of the Seven Priestly Warriors.
If you lost this item and require it for A Taste of Hope, you don't have to make a new one. During the quest, after speaking with Safalann and Vertida in the new hideout (under old man ral's house), read Flaygian's Notes. Then go back to Veliaf Hurtz in the basement of the Burgh de Rott pub. From there, you can continue with the quest and make the Ivandis Flail.
A player performs the rod of Ivandis' special attack, Retainer.
The rod of ivandis has a special attack, Retainer, which traps a Vampyre Juvenile or Vampyre Juvinate that has less than 50% hitpoints remaining, preventing it from retaliating. This consumes 10% of the player's special attack energy.
Each special attack consumes one charge from the rod. After all charges have been used, the player will be left with rod dust in their weapon slot.
The rod of Ivandis is the item Falo requires players to show him when he sings about: Vampyres are agile opponents, damaged best with a weapon of many components.
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|24 May 2018
The item was renamed from "Rod of ivandis(n)" to "Rod of ivandis (n)".
- Once the rod of ivandis has 2 charges remaining, the examine text changes to become "2! 2 charges left! Ha Ha Ha." This is a reference to Count von Count of Sesame Street.