I examined the thing in my hand. It was of course a star-stone, featureless, gray-green; the thing might easily have been a small, fossil starfish. Crow, too, gave his stone a thoughtful examination, then said: “So these are the star-stones of ancient Mnar.”
“Yes,” Peaslee agreed. “Except you couldn’t call these stones exactly ancient. They are samples from Miskatonic’s kilns—but for all that, they’re just as powerful as the real things.”
I love when someone takes a shot at the more obscure props of the Mythos. This recreation of the Star Stones from Brian Lumley's Titus Crow stories is from artist Uriel Bant.