|This article is about the pet in Pillars of Eternity. For the pet in Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire, see Concelhaut's Skull (Deadfire).|
The skull floats through some mysterious power of its own, chattering its teeth and rolling its burning eyes. You detect Concelhaut's energy and essence still bound inside it.
The skull is the Engwithan phylactery that Llengrath and the Torn Bannermen were after during their siege on Crägholdt. Though they expected something like a book or artifact, when meeting with Concelhaut he explains that this is not the case:
|“||A phylactery is no mere 'artifact.' It's the repository of a soul and a work of sophisticated magic.
A phylactery isn't some bauble I wear around my neck or hide in a chest. It's a complex layer of spellwork carved into my skull with runes and sealed with a peg of adra.
He also briefly details its power:
|“||The power to warp and wind time. Like a skein of wool wrapped about your finger. To strangle its flow to a mere trickle. Perhaps to reverse it altogether.||”|
- If equipped immediately after the battle, the skull will float over to Concelhaut's body and hover over it. Leaving the area and returning will end this behavior.
- This pet functions like a trinket, and can be used to summon a Visage of Concelhaut once per rest.