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22nd Apr '17 5:38:00 AM elemt
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* In ''Literature/TheBartimaeusTrilogy'', a summoning horn is this. It allows a magician to quickly summon a powerful spirit without the tedious time-consuming chanting of incantation or the normal personal risk of standing in a pentacle facing another pentacle. This is amply demonstrated in ''The Amulet of Samarkand'' when Simon Lovelace uses one to summon Ramuthra, a monstrous spirit capable of [[RealityWarper warping reality itself]].

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* In ''Literature/TheBartimaeusTrilogy'', a summoning horn is this. It allows a magician to quickly summon a powerful spirit without the tedious time-consuming chanting of incantation or the normal personal risk of standing in a pentacle facing another pentacle. incantations. This is amply demonstrated in ''The Amulet of Samarkand'' when Simon Lovelace uses one to summon Ramuthra, a monstrous spirit capable of [[RealityWarper warping reality itself]].itself]], in seconds instead of hours.
18th Mar '17 1:26:57 PM TudorRose
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* In Creator/RobinJarvis' ''[[Literature/DeptfordMice The Oaken Throne]]'', the [[AmuletOfConcentratedAwesome Silver Acorn pendant]] is stolen by the HighPriest of [[GodOfEvil Hobb]], who uses it in conjunction with a ritual sacrifice to summon the evil rat god into the world.



* In Creator/RobinJarvis' ''[[Literature/DeptfordMice The Oaken Throne]]'', the [[AmuletOfConcentratedAwesome Silver Acorn pendant]] is stolen by the HighPriest of [[GodOfEvil Hobb]], who uses it in conjunction with a ritual sacrifice to summon the evil rat god into the world.

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* In Creator/RobinJarvis' ''[[Literature/DeptfordMice The Oaken Throne]]'', the [[AmuletOfConcentratedAwesome Silver Acorn pendant]] is stolen by the HighPriest of [[GodOfEvil Hobb]], who uses it in conjunction with a ritual sacrifice to summon the evil rat god into the world.
18th Mar '17 1:26:21 PM TudorRose
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* In Creator/RobinJarvis' ''[[Literature/DeptfordMice The Oaken Throne]]'', the [[AmuletOfConcentratedAwesome Silver Acorn pendant]] is stolen by the HighPriest of [[GodOfEvil Hobb]], who uses it in conjunction with a ritual sacrifice to summon the evil rat god into the world.
19th Jan '17 5:20:57 AM Morgenthaler
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* The ''Necronomicon Ex Mortis'' (not to be confused with the Necronomicon associated with the CthulhuMythos), which was accidentally used by Ash from the ''Franchise/EvilDead'' series to summon some big bad nastiness from Hell which proceeds to mess up his life in ugly fashion.

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* The ''Necronomicon Ex Mortis'' (not to be confused with the Necronomicon associated with the CthulhuMythos), Franchise/CthulhuMythos), which was accidentally used by Ash from the ''Franchise/EvilDead'' series to summon some big bad nastiness from Hell which proceeds to mess up his life in ugly fashion.
12th Dec '16 3:11:41 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* ''Film/TheCabinInTheWoods'' has a basement full of evil [[SummoningArtifact summoning artifacts,]] including shout-outs to some of the most famous ones. The only question is which evil SummoningArtifact the college kids will activate.

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* ''Film/TheCabinInTheWoods'' has a basement full of evil [[SummoningArtifact summoning artifacts,]] artifacts, including shout-outs to some of the most famous ones. The only question is which evil SummoningArtifact one the college kids will activate.
5th Dec '16 6:38:44 PM nombretomado
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* Thoth-Amon's Ring of Set from the first ''ConanTheBarbarian'' story, "Literature/ThePhoenixOnTheSword," which the sorcerer used to call down an EldritchAbomination to destroy his tormentor and everyone with him.

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* Thoth-Amon's Ring of Set from the first ''ConanTheBarbarian'' ''Literature/ConanTheBarbarian'' story, "Literature/ThePhoenixOnTheSword," which the sorcerer used to call down an EldritchAbomination to destroy his tormentor and everyone with him.
27th Nov '16 1:31:02 PM nombretomado
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* Possibly derived from ''Lohengrin'' (''see'' {{Theatre}},'' below'') (as Creator/CSLewis was a big Wagner fan (though it may come from Astolfo's horn in ''Orlando Furioso'' -- or both), Queen Susan's horn in ''[[TheChroniclesOfNarnia Prince Caspian]]'' is blown to summon aid to the army of the Old Narnians.

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* Possibly derived from ''Lohengrin'' (''see'' {{Theatre}},'' below'') (as Creator/CSLewis was a big Wagner fan (though it may come from Astolfo's horn in ''Orlando Furioso'' -- or both), Queen Susan's horn in ''[[TheChroniclesOfNarnia Prince Caspian]]'' ''Literature/PrinceCaspian'' is blown to summon aid to the army of the Old Narnians.



* The Elantrians in MistbornSecretHistory have something best described as this, a ball of [[PowerGlows glowing raw Connection]] that will let them take up the [[OurGodsAreGreater Shard Preservation]] when it's holder dies.

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* The Elantrians in MistbornSecretHistory ''MistbornSecretHistory'' have something best described as this, a ball of [[PowerGlows glowing raw Connection]] that will let them take up the [[OurGodsAreGreater Shard Preservation]] when it's holder dies.
7th Sep '16 7:15:21 PM JMQwilleran
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* In ''Literature/TheBartimaeusTrilogy'', a summoning horn is this. It allows a magician to quickly summon a powerful spirit without the tedious time-consuming chanting of incantation or the normal personal risk of standing in a pentacle facing another pentacle. This is amply demonstrated in ''The Amulet of Samarkand'' when Simon Lovelace uses one to summon Ramuthra, a monstrous spirit capable of [[RealityWarper warping reality itself]].
9th Jun '16 4:16:48 AM Dravencour
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* The Lemarchand's Boxes from Creator/CliveBarker's horror stories, the most famous one being the Lament Configuration from ''Literature/TheHellboundHeart'', the story that would spawn the ''Franchise/{{Hellraiser}}'' series, which acts as a key to the realm of the Cenobites when somebody solves it.

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* The Lemarchand's Boxes from Creator/CliveBarker's horror stories, the most famous one being the Lament Configuration from ''Literature/TheHellboundHeart'', the story novella that would spawn be adapted by Barker himself into the ''Franchise/{{Hellraiser}}'' series, original ''Hellraiser'', which acts as a key to the realm of the Cenobites when somebody solves it.
9th Jun '16 4:15:33 AM Dravencour
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* The Lemarchand's Boxes from Creator/CliveBarker's horror stories, the most famous one being the Lament Configuration from the ''Franchise/{{Hellraiser}}'' series, which acts as a key to the realm of the Cenobites when somebody solves it.

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* The Lemarchand's Boxes from Creator/CliveBarker's horror stories, the most famous one being the Lament Configuration from ''Literature/TheHellboundHeart'', the story that would spawn the ''Franchise/{{Hellraiser}}'' series, which acts as a key to the realm of the Cenobites when somebody solves it.
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