|Precise dimensions||7/12 x 1/12|
|Thaums/sec||2 stable / 3 talisman / 5 max|
|Speed||10 Extremely fast|
|Maximum damage||1 Extremely low|
|Average damage||1 Extremely low|
The oak wand aka wand of healing is an artifact which restores hitpoints to the target when zapped at them.
Oak wands are not commonly used, in spite of their cheapness. This is mostly due to the hassle of having to hold them before they can be used, and also the low damage healed by them. Nevertheless, they can be useful in certain circumstances - for example, as a way for non-priests to heal minions and pets.
You recognise the oak wand to be a wand of healing. This is a small limb from an oak tree. It even has one or two leaves still attached. It gives off a steady but dull octarine glow.
The oak wand is about six inches long and an inch wide. It is made of oak and could be used as a weapon of type mace.
Oak wands are sold in many magic item shops, including:
- Hobliet the Unnecessary's Linear Tools Shop in the Magical Supplies Emporium on Sator Square in Ankh-Morpork.
- The artifacts shop on Champion Way in the northeast of Bes Pelargic
- Nora Bodgett's stall in Lancre Town.
Oak wands typically come with roughly 20 charges, and retail for approximately AM$ 5.
Oak wands can be cheaply and relatively safely recharged.