Oceans of Gold
Current Owner: Vasher
“The middle of the board is overrated, anyway.”
The Chessmaster – possibly the Paragon of Death, Nerull – has demanded a rematch, and this time does not appear to be giving Vasher any opportunities to exploit.
The Immortal Game appears to be a finely wrought chessboard, and its ‘owner’ feels compelled to compete with the black-shrouded entity on the other side.
The game is played with one exchange of moves per day. Whenever the owner wants to play, he need only set out the pieces as they were on the previous day and the chessmaster will appear. After the exchange of moves, the chessmaster disappears, and the board can be put away until the next day.
Those who try their hand at the Immortal Game quickly learn that it’s more than just a chess match. The Immortal Game is played on many levels, some of which the player is only sub- consciously aware of.