After hours of outrunning bandits, you are now deep within the woods--much further than you have ever gone before. You've got a purse full of coin and a magic sword at your side, but neither will be very helpful if you cannot find your way back to civilization.
Thankfully you have your compass attached to your belt. With it you can guide yourself south. You should hit a road eventually if you keep walking that way...at least you hope so. Maybe you should have remembered to bring a map.
Epic Armoury's Compass with Leather Pouch is a working brass compass embellished with white cardinal directions and degrees on a black background. The outer brass casing is 5 cm in diameter with a ring hanger where you can attach a chain or leather cord.
Protect the compass by storing it inside the included leather pouch. Tie the pouch shut with a leather cord and attach it to the belt using its leather strap. Pair this accessory with an adventurous rogue, swashbuckler, or practical soldier.
- First invented in China as early as 206 B.C.
- Use of the compass is recorded in Europe in the 13th century