You can have any magical item you like as a gift - what is it? Why do you want it?
For those of you who have spent the last week battling crowds to buy gifts for loved ones and other family members (and no, the latter is not a mistake!), imagine that you could be gifted - via the magic of QM of course - any magical item you wish. What would you want to have and why would you want that particular gift?
You can have anything you like - it can come from an existing piece of fantasy fiction (e.g. the one ring to rule them all) - or from the depths of your own desires. The only rule is that it must be a thing - e.g. a lamp, of the genie-holding variety - and not an event, an experience, or a superpower (though it can of course be a thing that *confers* a superpower on the owner of the item - yourself in other words).
+1 typewriter of story completion. The reason should be fairly obvious...
@Ironspider - Ha ha ha ha ; - ) I wonder if an infinite number of orcs sat at an infinite number of +1 typewriters would eventually produce the collected works of Shakespeare ... or just end up with an infinite pile of broken typewriters ...
I could definitely use a personal robot to rub my tired feet and carry me up hiking trails when I get too tired. It could carry the kayak I use to go back into water caves. When I was at work, it could guard my house. It could feed my cat. And when I was tired of looking at it I could tell it to go away and it wouldn't be mad at me.
What I would really like is a magic wand to wave over my stories so that they they get published.
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