- "This simple bronze sphere is about a foot across, but it is surprisingly light, as if hollow inside.
- "Although its basic appearance is normal enough, this sphere somehow manages to offend the rest of your senses. The texture of the sphere, just the 'feel' of it gives you the impression it's an egg that just about to burst open – just touching it makes your skin crawl. To make matters worse, the faint smell of rotten custard emanates from it, and it makes your eyes water."
The bronze sphere is a type of sensory stone that contains the last memories of the Nameless One's first incarnation.
Acquisition and quest involvement[edit | edit source]
Pharod, in the Buried Village, has valuable information about the Nameless One. Before he will share it, he wishes for the Nameless One to bring him the bronze sphere. It can be found in the Drowned Nations (X=4140, Y=2160). Giving it to him grants 15,000 XP.
At some point after it has been given to him, Pharod will be killed by shadows. The sphere can then be taken from his corpse.
Uses[edit | edit source]
The bronze sphere can be used after the Good Incarnation has been met within the Fortress of Regrets. Using the sphere helps the Nameless One remember his true name, and grants 2,000,000 XP. After, the Symbol of Torment is acquired.
Notes[edit | edit source]
- In Torment: Tides of Numenera, there is an item called the "Bronze Sphere." It can be found in the mirror room beneath the underbelly after inspecting the mirrors.