|3rd edition rules|
|Magical Aura||Faint Divination|
|Requirements||Craft Wondrous Item, detect thoughts, remove fear|
|Source||Races of Eberron, pg. 176|
|4th edition rules|
|Source||Eberron Player's Guide, pg. 114|
The command circlet is a gold band that can fit over the head of a warforged. Once attached, the circlet fuses to the warforged's exterior. Once attached, the circlet allows the warforged to mentally communicate with others through telepathy. In addition, commands sent through the circlet allow for the warforged to bolster his or her construct comrades against fear.
The command circlet was originally created by Breland, and was granted to those warforged who exhibited both extreme bravery and excellent tactics. It was usually awarded as a badge of honor alongside a promotion in ranks. Approximately two dozen circlets were created during the Last War, though since then others have been created by the nations of Khorvaire and warforged in the Mournland.
3rd Edition MechanicsEdit
A warforged wearing the circlet can telepathically speak to any other warforged within 100 feet as a free action. The warforged can send commands through the circlet, but the circlet does not allow the warforged to hear responses. The circlet requires line-of-sight to function, and can allow the wearer to send one message to multiple individuals or unique message to each individual. In addition, the circlet allows the warforged to cast remove fear on up to ten warforged within 30 feet of the wearer once per day. This can include the wearer of the circlet if desired.
4th Edition MechanicsEdit
A warforged wearing the circlet can telepathically speak to any other creature within 20 squares as a free action. The warforged can send commands through the circlet, but the circlet does not allow the warforged to hear responses. The circlet requires line-of-sight to function. In addition, as a Daily Immediate Reaction, if the warforged's ally is subject to a fear effect that a save can end, the warforged can allow an ally to make a saving throw against that effect.