|Base item||ornate mace|
|Damage vs. small||1d6 + 1 +1d5|
|Damage vs. large||1d6 +1d5|
|Base price||4000 zm|
Invoking Sharur produces the following message:
- "Sharur transforms into a glorious winged lion!"
Sharur is removed from the player's inventory, and a tame lamassu appears next to them.
Invoking Sharur is a good option for players who already have a powerful quest artifact, since lamassus are relatively powerful pets (particularly in SpliceHack, where they will employ their spellcasting abilities), and make excellent steeds. Dragonmasters may consider keeping it in weapon form, however, since by the time they reach the quest they likely will have already tamed several powerful pets.
Wishing for Sharur is usually a bad idea. Sharur is not particularly powerful, as far as quest artifacts go, and numerous better options exist if the player wants to wish for an artifact. Some players may choose to wish for Sharur for the purposes of a guaranteed pet, but wishing for a figurine of an archon is usually a better option.
An enchanted mace of prodigious power, originating from Mesopotamian mythology. It can fly, talk to and protect
its wielder, and take the form of a magnificent winged lion.